Silicon Valley Clean Energy seeks a new Power Resources Planner to support efforts related to power portfolio planning, rate development, custom product offerings for large customers, and forecasting of supply and demand side programs. The Planner will also work with the Decarbonization and Grid Innovation team to develop and implement solutions in support of SVCE’s greenhouse gas reduction goals. The position will:
Provide lead analytical support to the Front Office in managing the electric supply portfolio which includes monitoring and reporting net open position, supply costs and risks.
Develop and manage models and tools to manage and report portfolio cost, revenues and risk to various stakeholders.
Evaluate, recommend and procure deal capture systems and portfolio optimization software.
Assist in the implementation, management and optimization of electric supply resources and/or storage systems.
Assist the development and implementation of systems, processes, plans and reports to ensure compliance with all applicable laws, standards, mandates and regulatory requirements related to providing electricity as a load serving entity in California including meeting the Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), resource adequacy, power content label reporting, and integrating resource planning requirements.
Support integrated resource planning, modeling and implementation efforts.
Support procurement efforts to meet various SVCE objectives and/or compliance requirements including energy hedges, resource adequacy, carbon-free and RPS.
Assist in the development of strategies and custom product offerings to retain large commercial industrial customers.
Assist in the development of technology, policy, and economic analysis to support the planning, design, development, and evaluation of programs to support decarbonization and grid integration across SVCE service territory.
EDUCATION: A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college in science technology, engineering, mathematics, environmental science, or a related, quantitative field. A Master’s Degree in the aforementioned fields can substitute for up to one year of the required experience. A Doctoral Degree in the aforementioned fields can substitute for up to three years of the required experience.
EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years, depending on level, of progressively responsible experience as an analyst at an electric utility, regulatory agency, cleantech company, or similar organization with emphasis on electrification of the built environment, mobility, or grid integration, or a closely related field.
Candidates should submit their application, resume and cover letter by November 4, 2019 to email@example.com.