Our client, a growing international IPP, is seeking a Power Marketing Originator to help them continue to expand their North American operations. Reporting to the Director, the originator will support a growing pipeline of new projects, in addition to managing power marketing for the existing fleet. This deal heavy sales orientated role, is ideal for someone who enjoys frequent client interaction.
- Provide analysis and recommendations regarding which power markets provide acceptable risk from a merchant power marketing perspective.
- Originate, evaluate and structure transactions with counterparties to maximize portfolio value.
- build and maintain business relationships with wholesale and retail energy market participants
- Establish relationships with key renewable off-take opportunities with municipal and cooperatives
- Work with the development team to develop PPA negotiation strategies with power off take providers.
- Lead the negotiation of PPA’s, hedges, and other off take opportunities
- Evaluate and structure transactions using fixed-price swaps, put options, zero-cost collars and swaptions
- Develop forward pricing curves for energy pricing in the respective power markets in which we will be operating or acquiring.
- Evaluate the future trends in the REC market and developing ways to extract maximum value for REC’s generated on merchant plants
- Oversee Transmission and Inter-Connection; reporting and settlement.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience; MBA or advanced degree a plus
- Must have prior experience in power marketing / origination in renewable energy
- Prior experience in negotiating PPA’s
- Strong understanding of the power flow tools available in the market place to evaluate grid constraints and ability to deliver power
- Ability to travel domestically and international
Interested parties should send a word version of their resume, as well a salary history.
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