Robert Clover joins Arthur D. Little as partner in the UK

02 February 2021 2 min. read
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Robert Clover has joined Arthur D. Little from FTI Consulting, appointed a partner in its UK office and a leader in its European Energy & Utilities practice.

Commenting on his new challenge, Clover said: “De-carbonisation of the corporate world will remain a key imperative for many years to come, and companies must continue to develop sustainable business models. I am pleased to join Arthur D. Little, a company with a reputation for both progressive thinking and practical advice in this area.” 

“I’m looking forward to helping Arthur D. Little’s clients handle the energy transition in whatever form it takes, whether it’s helping conventional utilities to diversify their energy mix, or supporting companies who want to embrace cleaner energy alternatives.”

Robert Clover, Partner, Arthur D Little

Clover brings over two decades of experience in banking and consulting to the consulting firm. Most recently, he served FTI Consulting as Managing Director of its Clean Energy Practice for the past five years, delivering strategic advisory work and business model innovation for companies including ENEL, ABB, Siemens, GE, Vestas, Mainstream Renewable Power, Macquarie, Nordex and Total.

In particular, he has worked in renewable energy technology development and deployment including onshore/offshore wind, solar energy, storage, hydrogen, hydro and financing innovation. Prior to FTI Consutling, Robert was a Partner at MAKE Consulting, a research and business intelligence firm in the wind sector, and from 2004 to 2012, he was Global Head of Clean Technology Equity Research at HSBC.

Clover has a strong financial and advisory background with experience in market forecasts and industry benchmarking, strategic market entry, business model innovation, due diligence, as well as capital raising, mergers & acquisitions and valuations. he also has experience in renewable energy technology spanning segments including wind, solar, battery storage, electric vehicle, biofuels and synfuels. 

Nick White, Managing Partner of Arthur D. Little in the UK, commented, “Robert will prove a major asset to our Energy & Utilities team.”