This is the first part of a new series we will be publishing, focusing on thought leaders within the private sector and electrical utilities sector. As this series progresses we will identify the authoritative and informative individuals working within the industry. We will also provide you with links to some of their online published material which you can use to help increase your knowledge of the private sector and electrical utilities industry. We will also provide links to their social media profiles so that you can follow and connect with them.
The first thought leader we would like to draw your attention to is John Juliano. John is the global lead for energy and utilities at the Institute for Business Value at IBM. Prior to that he was president at Psi Nu Consulting, managing consultant at FTI Consulting and a strategy and operations consultant at PWC. He has published the papers Knowledge is Power, Lighting the Way, and Plugging in the Consumer. You can check out his blog, John Juliano’s Energy Panemone, view his presentations on SlideShare and follow him on Twitter under the handle @j3juliano for his latest updates.
We would also like to mention the work of Noe Van Hulst. Noe is the director of Energy Academy Europe, an international centre of excellence for energy education, research and innovation in the Netherlands. He holds a PhD in Economics from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Noe previously held the role of Secretary General of the International Energy Forum and was Director-General for Energy at the Netherlands Ministry of Economic affairs. You can read some of Noe’s published material on the Energy Academy Europe website and you can follow him on Twitter under the handle @noevanhulst.