Feb. 29, 2024 - Emerton top-ranked in most categories in the latest Vault ranking and listed in the Top 15 Consulting firms in Europe and MEA
Emerton ranked #3 for Innovation by Vault 2024 ranking for Europe MEA
Feb. 2024 - Emerton in Top 15 Consulting firms Vault ranking for the Energy sector (2024 Vault ranking)
Emerton performed the Commercial Due Diligence of Hubency for B & Capital.
B&Capital has acquired a majority stake in Hubency, with the portfolio company’s director general Arthur Di Montagliari reinvesting, as well as the management team.
Emerton consistently ranked among top 4 strategy consulting firms for industrial sectors by Leadersleague
Emerton advised Eiffel Group on this transaction and performed the Commercial Due Diligence.
Mylight150 is a French cleantech company based in Lyon, and a pioneer in energy transition specialized in the design & distribution of smart energy management systems and solar self-consumption solutions (the ability to monetize and optimize surplus production of solar energy).
Decarbonizing the transportation industry, in part through the wider adoption of EVs, will be key to reach the US’s net zero goal by 2050.
The EV industry is still relatively small, but has been experiencing rapid growth, with total U.S. sales, including PHEVs (Plug-in Hybrids) and BEVs (Battery Electric Vehicles), reaching ~1.1 million units in 2022 or 6.7% of total US car sales, up from only ~308,000 in 2020 and ~18,000 in 2011.
This growth is expected to continue and even accelerate going forward.
Emerton was ranked by Leadersleague in the top 5 of consulting firms for Strategic support in M&A operations, in the Leading Category.
Leadersleague is a professional services rating agency headquartered in France.
To bridge the growth gap vs. small players, strategic investors in CPG, Retail, and Food & Beverage need a map that drives a more effective and efficient process to identify future winners.
Too often, businesses which sell their products through distributors and other retailers spend significant resources calling on accounts serviced by them, trying to avoid a black box effect.
However, they do so without knowing exactly if they are doing it in the most efficient way, thus missing opportunities to target the accounts with the most potential.
Siloed stakeholders, uncoordinated spending, lack of visibility into profitability and no tracking of marketing and commercial actions lead to frustration from the accounts and eventually to lost business.
In this document, we present how a winning account-centric strategy creates a system where all stakeholders work efficiently to grow share at the accounts, renewing their competitive advantage, fueling profitable growth and generating overall better ROI on marketing and sales expenditures.
European LNG imports have more than doubled during the first three quarters of 2019 when compared to 2018.
Europe started playing the role of a balancing market absorbing the excess LNG volumes.
Beyond regasification terminals, gas infrastructure and notably storage facilities play a key role in enabling such a flexible and adaptative supply mix.
In the longer run, LNG imports in Europe are expected to become increasingly needed rather than being an option.
Commercial aircraft are flying at the same speed as 60 years ago.
Since Concorde, which made possible to fly from Paris to New York in only 3h30, no civilian airplane has broken the sound barrier.
The loudness of the sonic boom was a major technological lock to Concorde success, but 50 years after its first flight, an on-going project led by NASA is about to make supersonic flights over land possible. If successful, it will significantly increase the number of supersonic routes and increase the supersonic aircraft market size substantially. This technological improvement combined with R&D efforts on operational costs and a much larger addressable market than when Concorde flew may revive civilian supersonic aviation in the coming years.
Who are the new players at the forefront and the early movers? What are the current investments in this field? What are the key success drivers and remaining technological and regulatory locks to revive supersonic aviation?
European LNG imports have surged during the first quarter of 2019.
Some EU wholesale gas markets have been more attractive than others in absorbing these additional LNG volumes.
What are the key differentiation factors enhancing the attractiveness of the European regasification terminals?
Gas pricing mechanisms have undergone profound changes during the last decade in Northwest Europe; prices are no longer based on the final users’ gas value but rather on the wholesale gas markets which reflect the supply/demand dynamics.
Gas shippers are adapting their booking strategy relying more and more on short-term cross-border capacity in order to minimize their exposure to long-term commitments. The various players along the gas value chain would be impacted by such a development. Midstreamers would be the first to benefit from increased price spreads as they would be able to recover the costs they have engaged for cross-border capacity bookings, whereas final users would face price increases.
A fragmented wholesale European market would also result in significant disparities between the gas prices paid by end-users in different countries. Such an evolution would strongly challenge the fundamentals of the current European Gas Target Model.