Keshlan Mudaly is a lead member of Boston Consulting Group's Climate & Sustainability and Energy practices, and the hydrogen node for BCG in Africa. He began his career as a mechanical engineer working on various power stations in South Africa.

Kesh works with clients in energy, chemicals, and retail industries in both South Africa and Europe. He is currently focusing his work on decarbonization pathways for South Africa, especially in the energy sector, and has expertise in green hydrogen/PTX, sustainability, and large scale climate transformation.

Kesh was the lead on BCG's NBI National Study: Climate Pathways & Just Transition to Net Zero, which studied establishing a fact base on how South Africa can achieve net zero by 2050, to support decision making at COP26.

Prior to joining BCG, Kesh was a Program Manager at Office Depot, and a Senior Consultant at MAC Consulting.


  • MBA, INSEAD (Singapore and France) 
  • MSc, mechanical engineering, University of the Witwatersrand 
  • BSc, mechanical engineering, University of the Witwatersrand