Strategy development

When it comes to strategy developments for our clients, there are a number of aspects to take into consideration. In particular, the focus is on medium to long-term opportunities and risks:

How does the energy transition process affect the company’s ability to achieve its current aims? How will demand develop in the various market segments? Are new business segments being created that could be of interest? Which measures would be necessary in the short, medium and long term to successfully expand business segments or to open up new markets? How can profitability be increased? Does realignment of the sales organisation make sense? Is marketing efficient? Can procurement be optimised? Do the existing partnerships still make sense commercially and within the energy sector and/or are other partnerships recommended? ... There are many open questions. We develop solutions for the challenges of the present and the future.

The experts at TEAM CONSULT support you in achieving your business aims quickly and in succeeding on the energy markets in the long term, especially against the background of European political regulations and the German energy transition process. Use our expertise in strategy development to meet your needs. We will always support you with tailor-made solutions according to your individual requirements

Our range of strategy consulting services in brief:

Business strategies

For producers of oil and gas and for energy suppliers and public utility companies (electricity, piped gas, LNG, and heating), as well as for renewable energy stakeholders.

Business sector strategies

For procurement, storage, transport and distribution of natural gas, as well as for electricity produced from conventional and renewable sources and heat generation from natural gas, power and renewables.

Investment strategies

For decisions to build or acquire energy infrastructure assets (e.g. building of power plants, expansion, sale/purchase of networks), i.e. scenario analyses, due diligence, asset assessment, M&A processes.

Optimisation strategies

E.g. power plant utilisation, incorporation of renewable energies, storage utilisation, procurement of gas for power generation or power and gas transport.

Cooperation strategies

E.g. assessment of opportunities and risks and the potential of vertical and horizontal cooperation strategies.