His work focuses on advising leading utilities and other players in the energy ecosystem on strategy, digital transformation and cost transformation.
With his Bain colleagues, Jason has led some of the most innovative work across the sector in the last decade, including developing new approaches to strategy in uncertainty, applying advanced analytics to capital planning and defining the industry's opportunities and challenges in digital transformation.
His work at the intersection of energy and technology began in the early 2000s. He leads Bain's relationships and partnerships with leading Silicon Valley energy startups, investors and researchers.
Jason is a frequent speaker and writer on the future of the utility sector, appearing before utility Boards, industry associations and in publications such as Public Utilities Fortnightly, Forbes and others.
Prior to joining Bain, Jason was with a boutique consulting firm. He also worked at MSD Capital, the family office of Michael Dell, where he evaluated early-stage technology ventures.
Jason graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University with a BS and MS in management science and engineering, with a concentration in energy and environmental economics.
- “Digital Strategy for Utilities,” Brief, January 2018
- “How Utilities Can Save Their Customers $15 Billion,” Forbes.com, November 2017, Article
- “Cost Reduction for Utilities in a Zero Load-Growth World,” Brief, July 2017
- “Is Bigger Better? Three Ways Utilities Can Benefit from Scale,” Forbes.com, June 2016, Article
- “Scale Matters: Unlocking Value in Utilities,” Brief, May 2016