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Senior Energy Policy Analyst
Oregon Department of Energy

This position will serve as the state’s expert on clean energy policy in Oregon, relevant clean energy policies in the region, and evolving clean energy markets.  The position will enable the state to achieve its renewable portfolio standard goals, provide analysis on harmonization of western state RPS and climate programs, and evaluate new clean energy policy options as they develop, greenhouse gas reduction goals, and prepare for the impacts of a warming climate.  This will be accomplished by maintaining expertise on clean energy policies in Oregon and within the region, analyzing clean energy and clean electricity policies and strategies, following and providing input where needed on evolving clean energy markets in the West, informing state leadership on clean energy policy and market  issues, and collaborating with diverse stakeholders on developing and evaluating policy options and strategies.

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Senior Portfolio Analyst
California Energy Commission

The Energy Commission’s Research and Development Division is one of the largest investors in early-stage clean energy innovation, providing approximately $150 million in new investments each year to help accelerate California’s timeline to becoming a 100 percent clean energy economy. CEC is actively seeking a Senior Portfolio Analyst to oversee activities related to measuring, analyzing and reporting the impacts of the Energy Commission’s research and development (R&D) investments. The ideal applicant will be a creative problem solver, able to think strategically about critical intersections between technology, policy and market drivers; and able to work cross-functionally with internal business units and key external stakeholders and partners.

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Director - Office of Building and Transportation Decarbonization
Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

The State of Connecticut, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is charged with conserving, improving and protecting Connecticut’s natural resources and environment as well as making affordable, clean and reliable energy available for the people and businesses of the state.  The agency is also committed to playing a positive role in rebuilding Connecticut’s economy and creating jobs – and to fostering a sustainable and prosperous economic future.

DEEP's Bureau of Energy and Technology Policy (BETP) was established in 2011 to develop and implement comprehensive state-wide energy policy. DEEP has a current opportunity for an Energy and Environmental Protection Office Director (Program) within our Office of Building and Transportation Decarbonization. This position will support the Deputy Commissioner and Bureau Chief of the Energy Branch, which develops forward-looking energy efficiency, infrastructure and renewable power policies and programs with a focus on climate change mitigation and decarbonization. We are seeking a highly motivated candidate with deep expertise and experience in building and transportation decarbonization policies, programs, initiatives.

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