Clean Energy Collective (CEC) is seeking a highly motivated and experienced senior energy policy leader to advocate for refinement and expansion of community solar markets. This is a position with significant responsibility and extraordinary potential. Clean Energy Collective is the nation’s leading developer of community solar projects, with a large presence in multiple existing East Coast states. Many other states in the region have begun to consider implementing community solar policy, suggesting significant new markets as well.
This position will lead CEC’s efforts opening new markets and defending existing markets for community solar. With limited direction and insight from corporate policy leadership, this position will be responsible for actively engaging and building relationships with legislators, administrations, policy groups, utilities, and regulators. This position will be expected to pursue new and expanded markets with creativity and energy, leading to rapid growth for the company. This position will also be responsible for monitoring and, when needed, intervening in regulatory dockets impacting the company’s projects. This position will have the opportunity to build support for community solar policy through participation in regional coalitions, conferences, and public meetings. Understanding of energy markets, experience in policy initiatives, and ability to represent the company publicly are all essential for successful completion of this role.
The successful candidate must have relevant and meaningful experience fulfilling the key tasks designated. CEC will consider candidates with varying degrees of career experience. CEC will determine the level and compensation for the position in accordance with the right candidate’s experience, and thus welcomes applications from those with significant policy experience as well as those that are closer to the minimum criteria but demonstrate exceptional aggressiveness and ability. The position will cover the U.S., with primary focus within the New England and the Mid-Atlantic regions. While candidates are not expected to have relationships in all of these states, the successful candidate must show the drive to build the relationships needed. Deep experience in one or more of the states in the region is a must.
Contact: Please send resumes to email@example.com. No phone calls please.
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