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Our Story

Who We Are

Incoho Consulting Group is an energy-focused management advisory firm that works with business leaders in some of the world's best-known firms. Founded in 2009, we have steadily grown to an employee base of about 20 consultants between our three offices.  Our consultants drive strategic projects spanning restructuring to digitization, strategic IT planning to process optimization, for leading energy companies intent on building "utility of the future" business models.

How We Work

Incoho works in highly focused teams - typically a partner and two to four consultants - in conjunction with key stakeholders in your organization.  Our job is to guide a healthy consideration of strategies that aren't working, frame alternatives, and facilitate decisions that only your management team can make. 

Who we Serve

  • Investor-owned utilities, municipal utilities and electric cooperatives
  • Distribution
  • Distribution system operators
  • Generation
  • Retail energy providers
  • Transmission

What We Do

                     Energy &
  • Strategic planning (IT, business, etc.)
  • "Utility of the Future"  business models (value migration strategy)
  • Multi-channel customer experience strategy
  • Operational excellence
  • Customer journey mapping & process improvements
  • Work prioritization modeling/planning
  • Post-merger integration
  • Market research                (primary, secondary)
  • Distribution system operators
  • Electric cooperatives
  • Generation
  • Investor-owned utilities (electric, gas, water)
  • Retail energy providers
  • Transmission
                   Smart Meter &
                      Smart Grid
  • Smart meter & smart grid strategies for utilities 
  • Distributed response 
  • Distributed generation
  • Distributed grid
  • Energy storage
  • Microgrids
  • Transmission
               Energy Efficiency &
                Clean Technology
  • Energy efficiency & demand-side management programs & strategy
  • Energy management strategies (residential, commercial, industrial) 
  • Behavioral energy efficiency
  • Distributed energy resources (DERs)
  • Energy storage
  • Renewables (hydro, solar, wind)
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