Mark Eisenhower is a partner in the global Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure segment. He has extensive energy management consulting experience and a history of growing businesses in diverse, global markets. Mark advises executives on developing and operationalizing their strategies to achieve sustainable excellence and increased shareholder value. This covers enterprise and operational strategy, go-to-market and product development strategy, organizational (re)structuring, business process improvement, business transformation and change management, performance management, M&A advisory, valuations, post-merger integration, and strategy and implementation.
Guidehouse's global Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure segment provides consulting and research services for energy companies, government organizations, NGOs and foundations, large corporations, product manufacturers, technology companies, and investors in areas such as climate strategies and policies, energy policy and implementation, sustainability, market structures and pricing, business and operational strategy, go-to-market and product development strategy, business models and partnerships, energy efficiency and demand-side management, emerging technologies, renewables, urban energy and distributed energy resources, transmission, and grid modernization.
Since joining Guidehouse in 2019, Mark has participated in the development of thought leadership, solution offerings, and capabilities to support clients as the energy industry experiences major transformation. With over 1,000 energy consulting projects each year, Guidehouse is at the forefront of helping clients navigate the energy transformation’s opportunities and challenges. With over 600 management consultants, Guidehouse has one of the largest energy consulting teams globally focused on the energy transformation. The team has developed an industry-leading framework, The Energy Cloud, which helps clients understand climate change, new opportunities in the energy market, policy and regulatory changes, changing customer needs, new technologies, strategic options, and emerging business models.
BS Marketing Management, Virginia Tech Executive Education, Duke Fuqua School of Business