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John Raspin

raspin.pngJohn Raspin
Partner
Frost & Sullivan
John.Raspin@frost.com




Functional Expertise

Over 15 years of consulting expertise in Energy & Environment and related industries. Particular expertise in:

  • Strategic market analysis with a visionary approach and strong analytical background
  • Managing all activities of the Energy and Environment team driving growth in the EMEA region
  • Strategy planning for key global clients in M&A support, new market selection and product launch

Industry Expertise

Proven track record across a broad range of Energy & Environment sectors, leveraging long-standing working relationships with Senior Executives in:

  • Power Generation, including centralized power, distributed generation and renewable energy
  • Environment, including water, waste management, recycling and energy recovery
  • Transmission and Distribution, including smart grid, metering and utility strategies
  • Building Technologies, including energy efficiency, smart buildings, fire & safety and facility management

What I bring to the Team

  • Extensive network of connections based on 15 years of contact with energy and environment markets
  • Proven leader and manager of a team that mixes advanced market analysis skills with a vast working experience of the global energy and environment industry
  • Trusted partner and advisor to executives seeking to grow in the energy and environment sector
  • Strategic planning and vision

Career Highlights

  • Leadership of consulting engagements with global tier 1 players including Schneider Electric, Veolia Environment, Degremont, Siemens and CH2M Hill

Prior to joining Frost & Sullivan, worked for 3 years in the UK public sector:

  • Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) – Research Analyst in the field of renewable energy and biomass

Education

  • BEng (Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Edinburgh, UK) 
  • MSc (Environmental Protection and Management, University of Edinburgh, UK)


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