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Job Title: Vice President, Regulatory Law, Bloom Energy (BE, NYSE)
Bloom Energy, a global, public solid oxide fuel cell company, is looking for a Vice President, Regulatory Law to join its world-class legal team. This individual will report to the EVP, General Counsel and Chief Compliance officer and will work with the General Counsel to develop the regulatory function and team. Location in greater Washington DC area or California Bay Area is preferred.
Bloom’s Vice President, Regulatory Law, will provide oral and written advocacy for the company before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and State Regulatory, Energy Policy and Environmental Agencies; develop, draft and negotiate regulatory positions and prepare public comments; and provide legal and regulatory counsel to internal clients on matters and issues across the regulatory spectrum. She/he will serve as a primary attorney for the government affairs and business development teams within Bloom Energy and partner with these teams to maintain, develop, and expand policy and regulation to support the deployment of Bloom Energy Servers worldwide.
This position will support our regulatory success by bringing legal and regulatory expertise to inform Bloom’s regulatory priorities. The right candidate must be ready and able to join a team of experts, work in a collaborative environment, and effectively manage the demands of multiple simultaneous projects. She/he will be an experienced regulatory lawyer with demonstrable specific energy law expertise. She/he must also be a good writer and communicator who can effectively interface with executive management, decision makers, regulators, and stakeholders.
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About Bloom Energy:
Bloom Energy will make clean, reliable energy affordable for everyone in the world. Our technology, first developed for NASA's Mars Program, will dramatically change the way that the world’s energy is produced, distributed and consumed. Bloom’s unique on-site power generation systems are among the most efficient on the planet, providing significantly reduced operating costs and producing dramatically lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Bloom Energy Servers are currently producing power for many Fortune 500 companies including Apple, Google, Walmart, AT&T, eBay, and Staples, for notable non-profit organizations such as Caltech and Kaiser Permanente and for utilities including PG&E, Southern California Edison, Delmarva Power and Washington Gas. Bloom Energy has more than 300 MW of Bloom Energy Servers installed in the United States.
Bloom Energy is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. We are committed to compliance with all applicable laws providing equal employment opportunities. All qualified applicants, will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability. Bloom Energy makes reasonable accommodations, consistent with applicable laws, for the known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee with a disability, who can perform the essential job functions, unless undue hardship would result.