For more than 20 years, Antonio has served several clients active across the entire value chain of electric power and natural gas: from generation/upstream to transmission, distribution, and retail. He has served clients all globally and has focused on Europe, Asia, and Australia. Antonio’s key areas of work have been strategy, regulatory policy, operations, and organization.
He has supported several large players in defining and implementing new strategies on the eve of bid disruptions (e.g., liberalization, privatizations, new technologies, re/deregulation). He advised the UK government on the new Electricity Market Reform in 2009 and advised the South African government on the electrification strategy of the country.
Other selected areas of Antonio's work in the power and natural gas sectors are:
- capital allocation in the power and gas sectors in multi-business multi-country corporations
- investment planning in network business
- expected evolution of costs of new technology in the area of renewable production and energy efficiency
- definition of regulatory strategies for large incumbents, including tariffs and incentive mechanisms
- turnaround and change program for utilities
- definition of “go-to market” strategies for unregulated energy retailers
Antonio is the author of several papers about the energy industry, many of them published or quoted by major sector or business newspapers. Selected themes:
- the future of the European energy system in a decarbonized world
- the impact of GHG regulation on business strategies and competitive dynamics
- operational best practices in the wires and pipes businesses
Prior to joining McKinsey, Antonio worked as a junior researcher in the Computer Science Department of the University of Padua.
University of Padua
BS with honors, electrical engineering and computer science
Bocconi University – Bocconi Business School