Dr. Torsten Henzelmann studied industrial engineering at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern. After graduating, he worked for two energy supply companies in the areas of energy management and consulting. At this time he completed his dissertation on change processes in energy supply companies.
He joined Roland Berger in 1998 and is Partner and Head of the Civil Economics, Energy & Infrastructure Competence Center at the Munich office. His projects include all corporate management issues for leading international industrial and service providers, plus environmental technology firms and public institutions.
He has worked on both strategic and operational topics for numerous projects. The breadth of his experience encompasses strategic realignment of companies to handling transactions to post-merger integrations. He always participates in the implementation of concepts and solutions.
He has authored numerous publications on environmental technology and the real estate market. He focuses primarily on corporate real estate management, facility management, and environmental technologies.
- Energy and resource efficiency in real estate management, Study (in German), 2011
- Increasing efficiency in energy-intensive industries, Study (in German), 2011
- Directions for the solar economy, Study for the German Solar Industry Association in cooperation with prognos, 2010
- re: think CEO - Success through Green Transformation, Book (in German), 2010
- Light and shade – German photovoltaic companies in the global competitive arena, Study (in German), 2010
- Sustainability in real estate management, Study results, 2010
- How the engineering sector contributes to energy efficiency, Study on behalf of VDMA (German version), 2009
- Partnership models in the construction industry, Study (in German), 2008
- GreenTech made in Germany, Book, in German and English, 2008
- Understanding how FM business models vary across Europe, Article, 2008
- FM in Europe from pre-emerging to pioneer markets, Article, 2008
- Innovative environmental growth markets from a company perspective, Study published by the German Federal Environment Agency and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (in German), 2007
- Bricks on the balance sheet - The superior way to dispose of property resources, Article, 2002