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Nexant announces new Senior Vice President of Strategy and Planning

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Nexant welcomes Charles (Charlie) Bicknell as Senior Vice President of Strategy & Planning in Nexant’s Utility Services business unit.

Charlie brings to Nexant a wealth of experience in leading and delivering market assessments, programme and portfolio evaluations, and data analytics and consulting projects. He has worked with utilities, regulatory commissions, and state/local governments, as well as in business operations, management, and development. He has a MBA from the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, and a BSc in Economics from the University of Michigan.

Prior to joining Nexant, Charlie was Vice President of Analytics at the Cadmus Group where he spearheaded the development and expansion of real-time analytics and reporting services. Charlie has also served as Director of Operations at Quantec managing Energy Services, and as Programme Director at Skumatz Economic Research Associates analysing, evaluating, and quantifying impacts, benefits, and needs of energy efficiency and recycling programmes.

“Charlie will help us accomplish our goals for growth in the strategy and planning sector, and to help utilities adapt offered services to meet customer demand in a dynamic and changing market,” said John Gustafson, CEO of Nexant.

“For the past 15 years I have known many Nexant staff and held them in the highest regard sometimes as partners on projects, and sometimes as competitors,"said Charlie Bicknell. "I am extraordinarily pleased to be at Nexant and to be able to call these talented individuals colleagues. I truly believe that Nexant, with its expertise in demand-side management programme design, evaluation, implementation, potential assessment, combined with grid side consulting, data analytics, and software development, is better situated than any other company in the industry to help our partners and customers meet, and stay ahead of, the needs of our rapidly evolving markets.”

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