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Policy Analyst The candidate will perform power sector analysis of the impact of emerging regulations and policy proposals on the electricity sector. Collaborate with consultants performing economic modeling of federal, regional, state and local impacts of regulations and policy proposals. Draft material pertaining to national, regional, and state impacts, including fact sheets, blogs, policy briefs, and primers in various forms including presentations, graphs, tables, and other visual and report formats. Conduct economic and financial analysis on matters of interest to the Policy Analysis Group, such as costs of renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency, technological improvements in key economic sectors, ITC, PTC. Support the Policy Analysis Group as needed with tasks related to federal regulations, including for methane, vehicles, refineries, boilers, and cement. Must have MPA, MBA or Masters in Economics, or other policy or law degree in relevant field. Should have 1-2 years of relevant work experience in business, energy, or environmental field. Must have experience working on clean energy or climate-related policies, particularly pertaining to policy implementation. Should have knowledge of project economics and finance related to power plants, renewable energy, and energy efficiency. Must have knowledge of economic modeling of the electric power and transportation sectors, as well as economy wide modeling. Should have understanding of federal and state policies related to the electric power and/or transportation sectors. Must have familiarity with publicly available data sources and databases.
Job ID: 2018-3929. Send resume and cover letter.
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