Marcel Brinkman is a partner in McKinsey’s London office, where he works with infrastructure investors, private equity investors, energy companies and industrial companies.
Marcel leads McKinsey’s infrastructure investor activities within the European Private Equity and Principal Investment practice, coordinating our client service to European infrastructure investors with a large team of colleagues.
He has extensive experience in due diligence, merger management, value creation plans, corporate strategy, company transformation and turnarounds, decarbonization, cost reductions and exit and sale processes.
Marcel’s recent projects include:
- Assessing the role of hydrogen in natural gas transmission and distribution network – assessing demand from industrials and households as well as the investment requirements to upgrade the networks
- Defining the investment plan for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure along motorways – including the required investment amounts and partnership models
- Defining the decarbonization strategy for an industrial utility service company – including the assessment of the decarbonization potential of its customers and ways to reduce carbon emissions from a wide range of different measures
- Optimizing product pricing for an industrial supplier to adapt to changing macroeconomic factors
Over the years Marcel helped develop McKinsey’s carbon abatement cost curve, McKinsey’s carbon markets models and was instrumental in founding McKinsey Energy Insights (our oil & gas practice’s data and analytics team). Marcel is a frequent author and speaker at events.