Managing Director & Partner
Tina Zuzek-Arden is a leader in Boston Consulting Group’s Energy, Public Sector, and Climate & Sustainability practices. She has advised some of the largest public utilities in the US, large-scale renewables developers, and the US federal government, on topics including climate change responses and energy transition.
Tina is a global lead for both Climate Action in the Public Sector, and Just Energy Transition at the firm. She leads BCG’s work with the US Federal Government on energy and climate topics—including defining baselines, adaptation, resiliency, and emissions reduction plans, as well as broad-scale transformations of procurement and operations—while remaining mission-focused for these agencies. She also leads a number of BCG’s prominent partnerships with leading global climate multilaterals and investment funds.
In addition, Tina works with public utilities and other energy companies on energy grid decarbonization and general carbon-reduction strategies across a wide range of solutions, including distributed energy resources, innovative clean energy technologies, energy efficiency, grid-scale renewables, and electrification. Her expertise is global, including driving greater infrastructure and power access in sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia.
A durable competitive advantage in four clean technologies is possible, according to a new report. To get there, US companies must follow two different paths.
As energy companies transition to a green economy, the livelihoods of millions of people working in carbon-intensive industries will be affected. Here’s how to make sure no one gets left behind.
A major international initiative aims to cut carbon emissions by guaranteeing demand for new breakthrough technologies in hard-to-abate industries such as steel, transportation, and concrete.
By building a durable competitive advantage in emerging climate-friendly tech, US players can unlock a huge global market.
For Europe to realize this goal, four technologies will require policy support and investment.
Environmental sustainability has been a low priority for most defense contractors. But the industry is facing mounting pressure to decarbonize.
When formerly incarcerated people remain out of prison, their lives and the local economies improve. New analytic methods point to which kinds of programs work best to lower the rates of recidivism.
BCG’s analysis indicates that the country can achieve approximately 80% of Joe Biden’s goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 with existing technologies—and we can reach 100% with technological innovation and carbon credits for the hardest-to-abate sectors