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about 2 months ago

The client is a global leader in the development and management of solar energy projects, working in a 50:50 joint venture with bp to help drive the world's transition to low-carbon energy. With solar energy set to increase tenfold in the next 20 years, the client is well-positioned to capitalize on this growth. By joining the client's team, individuals can contribute to the world's energy transition towards a more sustainable future.

The client takes pride in its entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to pushing the boundaries of an ever-changing energy landscape. Those who choose a career with the client can expect a challenging and fulfilling role, surrounded by passionate individuals who share a common goal of promoting sustainable technology, innovation, and execution.

The role of the client is to lead the team's efforts to originate, structure, and close financeable off-take arrangements (PPAs, CfDs, hedges, etc.) for large-scale solar and storage projects in designated regions. This role involves significant cross-functional collaboration with teams across the company.

Responsibilities of the client include leading regional business development efforts for large-scale solar and storage origination, originating, structuring, negotiating, and closing off-take agreements, managing cross-functional collaboration with development, construction, finance, and other teams, and staying up-to-date with market and industry trends to optimize project economics. The client is also responsible for training analysts to model and market solar and storage projects to potential off-takers, determining pricing and product structures, and collaborating closely with the Executive Team to contribute to forward-looking platform strategies and Business Development team growth.

The ideal candidate for the client should have strong analytical and pro-forma modelling skills, prior experience in executing commercial transactions in U.S. power markets, and a demonstrated track record in structuring and negotiating off-take agreements. They should also have 7+ years of relevant work experience in the energy industry, with a preference for utility-scale solar, and existing relationship networks in the sector. A Bachelor's degree is required, with a Master's degree/MBA preferred. Proficiency in ERCOT market structure and off-take opportunities and battery storage offtake contracts (tolling agreements, revenue share, etc.) is also preferred.