We are a globally active transaction
advisory & strategy consulting firm
focused exclusively on solar, wind,
water, energy storage, green mobility and digital energy
Why choose us?
We offer an integrated suite of growth-oriented
consulting services for companies and investors
We are headquartered in Berlin and serve clients around the world. We have representative offices in the UK, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, India, China, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, The Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia and the USA. Through our widespread global presence, we offer you valuable local market insights and access to potential business partners.
We have access to key decision makers around the world and can connect you to high level contacts in the global cleantech and financial industries.
Proven track record
We’ve completed over 200 cross-border consulting and transaction projects with the highest levels of client satisfaction.
Our team of more than 40 senior experts combines profound market and technology expertise as well as decades of industry experience in top management, consulting and corporate finance roles.
Our clients include
Latest news and articles
Apricum Partner Florian Mayr, Project Manager Stephanie Adam and Consultant Jesselyn Malimata explore the true impact of e-mobility on stationary energy storage markets and applications. Read the full article here.read more
Gearing up for power on wheels: what will be the true impact of e-mobility on stationary energy storage? Part 3: Second-life batteries
EV batteries degrade over time, leading to storage capacity loss and range constraints – eventually rendering them unsuitable for further use in cars. However, they can still be suitable for less intensive or critical stationary storage applications, and can be repurposed in what is referred to as the “second life” of a battery.read more
Gearing up for power on wheels: what will be the true impact of e-mobility on stationary energy storage? Part 2: Battery buffered charging stations
Adding a battery to an electric vehicle charging station can help to “buffer” the power required from the grid, thus avoiding peaks and related grid constraints or costly charges. Consequently, additional demand for stationary storage is triggered – but what needs to be considered to successfully seize this new market opportunity?read more