Blue Phoenix is a Strategic Consulting firm focused on supporting the energy sources and sustainable technologies that will literally power us tomorrow. We work with leading organizations across the private and public energy sectors. We pride ourselves in our ability to tap unparalled insights and intellectual capital to help our clients create value, understand new opportunities, execute strategies and build digital brand awareness.
Founded in 2005, we have a stellar reputation built on global credibility as evidenced by frequent media appearances, countless Op-Eds and speaking engagements at The United Nations Rio+20, The World Nuclear Association and New York Energy Week. Also, our literary book on the outlook for energy post Superstorm Sandy was published by Wiley.
Our capacities and solutions are fundamentally driven by a committment to help advance the understanding of more efficient, more sustainable energy technologies that can make a real change when it comes to climate resilience.
Blue Phoenix stands ready to act as a trusted advisor for your group, a consultant on a specific project, a creative social media marketing partner or a public speaker at your next energy conference. We always welcome exploring ways to partner with companies devoted to clean energy and a more sustainable future.
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John J. Licata
Founder and Chief Energy Strategist
John Licata is the Chief Energy Strategist of Blue Phoenix. He is a proven Strategist with over fifteen years of unique, “timely” insights which have made him a highly sought out public speaker for viewpoints related to new technologies and innovation influencing advanced energy.
Prior to launching Blue Phoenix in 2005, John held research and trading positions at Dow Jones, Salomon Smith Barney, BrokerageAmerica and on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX).
He is the author of “Lessons from Frankenstorm: Investing for Future Power Disruptions”, a 2013 Wiley e-book on the future of energy post Sandy. John’s views on the role of technology and innovation for fossil fuels and alternative energy sources have been documented in the global media for north of a decade by the likes of Bloomberg, CNBC, BNN, Yahoo! Finance, Reuters, TheSreet.com and Fox Business Channel.
John graduated from Saint Peter’s University with a B.S. in Economics and he received his M.B.A. from the Executive MBA Program at New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business.