Christophe Guille is a principal in the Los Angeles office of Bain & Company. He is a member of the firm's Utilities & Renewables practice.
He joined Bain in 2009 and has also spent time in the firm's San Francisco office.
While at Bain, Christophe's primary focus has been in strategy and operations within the utilities and alternative energy sector. He also leads Bain's big data efforts in the utility space globally.
He holds expertise in strategy development for the future of grid operations, strategy and integrated planning capability deployment, field force optimization, design and implementation of advanced analytics capabilities and energy efficiency portfolio optimization.
Christophe also leads Bain's work with the World Economic Forum evaluating the impact of grid edge technologies. His work has focused on distributed energy resources, electric vehicles and new digital technologies.
Christophe graduated from Supelec (France) with a Master's in Engineering and from the University of Illinois with a Master's in Electrical Engineering. He received his MBA from Harvard Business School where he graduated as a Baker and Ford scholar and was a recipient of the Wolfe award.
- “Digital Transformation for Utilities: More Tortoise, Less Hare,” Brief, February 2019
- “Electric Cars Could Recharge Growth for Utilities,” Brief, April 2018
- “Three Benefits of Electric Vehicles, and How to Unlock Them,” World Economic Forum, February 2018, Article
- “How Robot Taxis Will Change Mobility Over the Next 10 Years,” World Economic Forum, January 2018, Article
- “Harnessing the Value of Grid-Edge Technologies,” Brief, May 2017