Shivika is a leader of the firm’s work on disruptive mobility and serves automotive and aerospace OEMs, new entrants, suppliers, private-equity investors, and governments. She focuses on helping clients build strategies around where and how to engage in e-mobility and across the electric vehicle-charging ecosystem. Additionally, she has supported multiple clients on building decarbonization and emission-reduction strategies relating to transportation.
Before joining McKinsey, Shivika was a project leader at a strategy- and policy-advisory group where she worked with foundations, agencies, governments, and not-for-profit entities on energy and environmental issues.
Examples of her recent work include the following:
- serving an e-mobility industrial in developing a strategy on where and how to engage in the electric-vehicle-charging value chain across different business-model options
- serving a private equity group on assessing investments in a hardware provider and a pure-play electric-vehicle-charging software provider
- helping an aerospace company to establish market sizing to inform investments in disruptive air mobility, specifically passenger and cargo electric vertical takeoff and landing
- advising a large electric-vehicle-charging network in the United States on establishing its network including siting, installation planning, and go-to-market strategy
- serving a global fuel-retail supplier on quantifying the impact of electrification, electric-vehicle charging, and autonomous vehicles on market size, trajectory, economics, and identifying opportunities for growth
- supporting a major US utility in detailing a deployment strategy for a network of more than 5,000 level-two charging points, including design and construction, procurement support, and maintenance strate