Thomas Koch is a principal at the Rocky Mountain Institute. An engineer by education, he trained in operations and drilled in business acumen at McKinsey & Company.
Thomas Koch Blank is an engineer by education, trained in operations and drilled in business acumen at McKinsey & Company before moving to RMI where he is now a Senior Vice Principal. While at McKinsey & Company he built the very first ‘McKinsey Marginal Abatement Cost Curve’ in 2005 and built what would become a full-scale Practice around Sustainability and Resource Productivity. He has broad cross-sector insight in Energy and Climate related opportunities and extensive experience from on-site work with industrial facilities to improve productivity of energy, carbon and other resources, through 100+ site visits globally.