Managing Director & Senior Partner
Frank Klose is a core member of Boston Consulting Group's Energy, Industrial Goods, and Corporate Development practices. He leads the firm's Energy practice in Germany and Austria and the large-capex management topic in the firm's power and gas sector.
Frank's projects have included a standardization for a leading European wind operator; a large-capex initiative for a leading Middle East utility; business model innovation and go-to-market in decentralized energy, as well as a groupwide digital transformation program for a leading German utility.
Frank is fluent in English, and German.
Before joining the firm, Frank held internships with Arthur Andersen, Mannesmann DEMAG India, and London Life Vancouver. He also completed a traineeship in banking.
As countries around the world rebuild their infrastructure for sustainability, private investors are gravitating toward low-carbon hydrogen projects.
Power and utilities sector investors expect higher prices and more volatility. As they invest in an undervalued sector, they want greater transparency on companies’ energy transition plans.
Expanded use of low-carbon hydrogen and the fuels derived from it is critical to slowing global warming. Can we develop the renewable energy needed to make them?