Electricity

4 ways to unleash the electricity grid of the future

New ways of producing electricity mean a new set of rules Image: Heather Emond

Joseph Scalise
Partner, Head of Utilities & Alternative Energy practice (Americas), Head of Utilities & Alternative Energy practice (Americas), Bain & Company
Joseph Herger
Partner, Bain & Company
Christophe Guille
Manager, US, Bain & Company
Anas Kaakeh
Case Team Leader, Bain & Company
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