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Michael Kruse

Managing Partner

Global Practice Leader, Energy & Utilities

About Michael

Michael is a Partner based in Frankfurt. He is Leader of Arthur D. Little's Global Energy & Utilities Practice and heads the Central European Energy & Utilities team. Michael is associated with Arthur D. Little’s Operations Management Practice. 

Michael focuses on strategy and project development of large-scale capital investment programs in the power sector, including conventional and renewable energies as well as power grids. He gained experience in the development of functional strategies and organization transformation within the energy sector. His most recent consulting work focuses on the future of nuclear generation, offshore wind and corporate transformation in the digital era.

Michael holds a Master of Science degree in Business Administration with Honors from the University of Muenster (Germany), specializing in Operations Management, and an Associate Degree in Banking. 

Michael is married. In his leisure time, he is passionate about alpinism and triathlon.

Education

University of Münster (Germany)
Master of Science in Business Administration
German Chamber of Commerce
Associate Degree in Banking

Past Experience

Capgemini Consulting
Senior Consultant

Insights

Disruption is now
Michael Kruse, Florence Carlot, Kurt Baes, Irene Macchiarelli, Robert Clover, Daniel Monzon, Trung Ghi, Rodolfo Guzman, Carlo Stella, Chiara Loreti, Martijn Eikelenboom, Sally Menassa, Pavel Lubuzh, Eddy Ghanem, Alexander Krug, Dr. Philipp Seidel, Dr. Michael Opitz
The disrupted energy transition
Lars Thurmann-Moe, Michael Kruse, Matthias von Bechtolsheim, Daniel Monzon
So, though “net zero” may remain an overarching ambition, how will this severe and unexpected event disrupt the energy transition? In this Viewpoint, we consider how it's possible to move to a cleantech economy while ensuring the security of supply for power and heat.
Finding the true north for local content definition in the nuclear industry
Michael Kruse, Chuck Goodnight, Sinan Dogusoy
Establishing principles for quantifying localization
The next big bang in emissions-free energy
Michael Kruse, Chuck Goodnight
Winning the productivity race in hydropower
Dr. Engin Beken, Rodolfo Guzman, Michael Kruse

Michael Kruse

Managing Partner

Global Practice Leader, Energy & Utilities

Germany

Contact & Follow

About Michael

Michael is a Partner based in Frankfurt. He is Leader of Arthur D. Little's Global Energy & Utilities Practice and heads the Central European Energy & Utilities team. Michael is associated with Arthur D. Little’s Operations Management Practice. 

Michael focuses on strategy and project development of large-scale capital investment programs in the power sector, including conventional and renewable energies as well as power grids. He gained experience in the development of functional strategies and organization transformation within the energy sector. His most recent consulting work focuses on the future of nuclear generation, offshore wind and corporate transformation in the digital era.

Michael holds a Master of Science degree in Business Administration with Honors from the University of Muenster (Germany), specializing in Operations Management, and an Associate Degree in Banking. 

Michael is married. In his leisure time, he is passionate about alpinism and triathlon.

Education

University of Münster (Germany)
Master of Science in Business Administration
German Chamber of Commerce
Associate Degree in Banking

Past Experience

Capgemini Consulting
Senior Consultant

Insights

Disruption is now
Michael Kruse, Florence Carlot, Kurt Baes, Irene Macchiarelli, Robert Clover, Daniel Monzon, Trung Ghi, Rodolfo Guzman, Carlo Stella, Chiara Loreti, Martijn Eikelenboom, Sally Menassa, Pavel Lubuzh, Eddy Ghanem, Alexander Krug, Dr. Philipp Seidel, Dr. Michael Opitz
The disrupted energy transition
Lars Thurmann-Moe, Michael Kruse, Matthias von Bechtolsheim, Daniel Monzon
So, though “net zero” may remain an overarching ambition, how will this severe and unexpected event disrupt the energy transition? In this Viewpoint, we consider how it's possible to move to a cleantech economy while ensuring the security of supply for power and heat.
Finding the true north for local content definition in the nuclear industry
Michael Kruse, Chuck Goodnight, Sinan Dogusoy
Establishing principles for quantifying localization
The next big bang in emissions-free energy
Michael Kruse, Chuck Goodnight
Winning the productivity race in hydropower
Dr. Engin Beken, Rodolfo Guzman, Michael Kruse