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Gas Policy Analyst
Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources

Working under the supervision of the Director of Policy, Planning, and Analysis, the Gas Policy Analyst will review, analyze, and develop natural gas policy for Commonwealth customers, including analysis of gas consumption, demand, and supply, and policy contribution to the Commonwealth’s net-zero emission target, including implementation the 2050 Decarbonization Roadmap and DPU Docket 20-80: Investigation by the Department of Public Utilities on its own Motion into the role of gas local distribution companies as the Commonwealth achieves its target 2050 climate goals. Gas will include natural gas, hydrogen and power-to-gas, synthetic natural gas, and bio-fuels. Analysis will include the economics of natural gas for local distribution companies (LDCs) and natural gas end-use consumers. The Gas Policy Analyst will be responsible for identifying important and relevant data, data input, and creating statistical and visual presentations of for policy development. The Gas Policy Analyst will work across divisions, including the Energy Efficiency, Emerging Technology, and Renewables divisions and at times present findings to the Commissioner and senior leadership at the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. The Gas Policy Analyst will coordinate cross-divisional research and projects that may include research and policy development on natural gas demand reductions, long-duration storage, synthetic natural gas, and bio-fuels technologies. This research will include both supply analysis and end-use project development, including possible feedstocks, emission impacts, and use-cases for developing technologies. The Gas Policy Analyst’s work will include analysis and research in the electric, transportation, and thermal sectors, understanding the costs and benefits of gas fuel use by end users in all three sectors. The Gas Policy Analyst’s work will require monitoring state, regional, and international developments in the natural gas, power to gas, renewable natural gas, and hydrogen. The Gas Policy Analyst will advise senior level staff and the Commissioner of the impact of policies, programs, and market and consumer activity on achieving the Commonwealth’s goals to clean, affordable, and reliable energy.

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Solar Program Manager
Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources’ (DOER) mission is to create a clean, affordable, and resilient energy future. DOER is responsible for implementing the state’s Renewable and Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard (RPS and APS) programs, which includes the RPS Solar Carve-Out programs, and the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program.  DOER is seeking a Solar Program Manager to oversee the SMART program and RPS Solar Carve-Out programs. The Solar Program Manager will serve as the primary point of contact for the SMART program and will lead engagement with industry, electric distribution companies, and the solar program administrator. The position will manage staff and work collaboratively with other divisions to ensure efficient operations of the SMART program and timely responses.  The Solar Program Manager will be responsible for program data management, application review and processing, communications with applicants and stakeholders, and general market analyses.  The Solar Program Manager will manage the annual Solar Clearinghouse Auction for Solar Renewable Energy Certificate, support the Director in annual updates to the RPS program and collaborate with Massachusetts Clean Energy Center on the Production Tracking System. The Solar Program Manager will also be responsible for ensuring that all documents and information posted to DOER’s website is accurate and up to date. The Solar Program Manager will report to the Director of the Renewable and Alternative Energy Division and may have direct supervision of staff. The position may provide other support as needed by the Director, including policy development and engagement with regional/national organizations.

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Program Coordinator
Wyoming Energy Authority

In coordination with the Director of Public Affairs and Communication, the Program Coordinator will manage the outreach, communication, grantee support, and project administration for the State Energy Program, funded by the Department of Energy. This position will play a key role in coordinating efforts between state agencies to increase participation in energy grant programs and be the point of contact between the office and Wyoming communities. The coordinator will also be expected to develop and initiate additional grant initiatives, work with local communities to develop and implement programs that meet identified opportunities and needs. Additionally, this position will assist with administration, outreach, and communication efforts for the Wyoming Energy Strategy and to WEA’s varied group of stakeholders, as well as provide event planning and support. The ideal candidate would have interest in the energy industry and embrace opportunities to grow WEA’s programs and initiatives for the benefit of Wyoming.

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