Lukas Vylupek

Partner

Global Head, Digitalization & Innovation Competence Center for Utilities.

Education

Thomas Bata University Zlin (Czech Republic)
PhD., Field Of Study Economics and Management
Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic)
Ing., Economics and Management

Past Experience

The Boston Consulting Group
Principal

Lukas is a Partner at Arthur D. Little, based in Prague, and a senior member of our Energy & Utilities Practice; he is also the Global Leader of the Digitalization & Innovation Competence Center for Utilities.

Since joining the consulting industry in 2001, Lukas has focused purely on Electricity and Gas Utilities in a wide spectrum of topics ranging from strategic market-entry projects and investment strategies into renewable energy all the way to commodity sales product portfolios and multiple asset management topics for network operators.

Lukas has very broad international exposure, having worked across a plethora of European and Middle Eastern markets. He’s passionate about bringing the best talents to Arthur D. Little through his recruiting management role.

Outside work, Lukas likes to hike, ski and spend time with his family.

Recent Publications

Digital future of electrical networks
Digital transformation is one of the most important changes the utilities industry faces these days. This transformation is not limited to changing how companies interact with their clients, but also impacts the way they operate internally, as well as where and how value is created. In order to prepare for this landslide transformation, electricity companies must adapt their practices to facilitate such a change.
Reforming the energy subsidy systems in the Middle East
Half of the world’s total energy subsidies bill of USD 480 bn comes from the Middle East, eating up more than one-quarter of governments’ revenues. Energy-intensive industries and households make the region require more fuel to produce a unit of GDP than any other region.
Third Party Access in Gas Transportation
Introduction of TPA regulation is one of the most important levers for driving liberalization in the gas markets of the emerging economies. The objective is to foster competition in the gas market, improve supply efficiency, and bolster infrastructural investments, thereby strengthening the energy security. 

Lukas is a Partner at Arthur D. Little, based in Prague, and a senior member of our Energy & Utilities Practice; he is also the Global Leader of the Digitalization & Innovation Competence Center for Utilities.

Since joining the consulting industry in 2001, Lukas has focused purely on Electricity and Gas Utilities in a wide spectrum of topics ranging from strategic market-entry projects and investment strategies into renewable energy all the way to commodity sales product portfolios and multiple asset management topics for network operators.

Lukas has very broad international exposure, having worked across a plethora of European and Middle Eastern markets. He’s passionate about bringing the best talents to Arthur D. Little through his recruiting management role.

Outside work, Lukas likes to hike, ski and spend time with his family.

Recent Publications

Digital future of electrical networks
Digital transformation is one of the most important changes the utilities industry faces these days. This transformation is not limited to changing how companies interact with their clients, but also impacts the way they operate internally, as well as where and how value is created. In order to prepare for this landslide transformation, electricity companies must adapt their practices to facilitate such a change.
Reforming the energy subsidy systems in the Middle East
Half of the world’s total energy subsidies bill of USD 480 bn comes from the Middle East, eating up more than one-quarter of governments’ revenues. Energy-intensive industries and households make the region require more fuel to produce a unit of GDP than any other region.
Third Party Access in Gas Transportation
Introduction of TPA regulation is one of the most important levers for driving liberalization in the gas markets of the emerging economies. The objective is to foster competition in the gas market, improve supply efficiency, and bolster infrastructural investments, thereby strengthening the energy security. 

More About Lukas
  • Thomas Bata University Zlin (Czech Republic)
    PhD., Field Of Study Economics and Management
  • Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic)
    Ing., Economics and Management
  • The Boston Consulting Group
    Principal