Affiliated Faculty, ISE Lecturer,
Questrom School of Business
Richard Stuebi, Affiliated Faculty with the Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy, is founder and President of Future Energy Advisors (FEA), a management consulting practice providing advisory services to corporate clients pursuing innovative growth strategies related to energy. Prior to founding FEA, Richard was Vice President, US Strategy & Group Technology at National Grid, a multinational electric and gas utility with a $50+ billion market capitalization. Before this, Richard was Managing Director of Early Stage Partners (ESP).
Previously, Richard was Fellow for Energy and Environmental Advancement at The Cleveland Foundation. In 1999, Richard founded NextWave Energy, a boutique professional services firm serving large energy companies, financial interests and start-up ventures interested in new energy technologies and business models. Richard was Senior Vice President, Business Development at Louis Dreyfus Energy, where he analyzed market and technology trends to uncover opportunities in power markets. In 1990, he joined the energy practice of McKinsey & Company, where he was Associate/Engagement Manager and Electric Practice Specialist focusing on power generation, electricity resource planning, marketing, merger integration, and regulatory strategy. He began his career at ICF Resources, where he was a leading analyst of the economic impacts of proposed acid rain legislation on the US electricity and coal sectors.
Ph.D., Marketing, Pamplin College of Business, Virginia Tech, 2022 (target)
A.B.D., Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business, 1984-1986
M.A., Economics, Stanford University, 1986
S.B., Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1984