For more than 18 months, we supported a new player in the power generation market founded during the acquisition of several power plant sites in Central Europe. From the very beginning, we helped the client to establish itself independently in the energy market. At the same time, we supported the company during important steps in the context of shaping the energy transition. In the process, two main challenges arose for our client.
First, the aim was to successfully complete the carve-out of the production sites. In the course of setting up the new company, essential central corporate functions had to be established and filled. Tasks that had been temporarily taken over by the original operator in the course of temporary service agreements (TSAs) had to be transferred promptly or covered by newly designed processes so as not to jeopardize the provision of existing business. The main issues here were electricity marketing, fuel purchasing and IT.