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Page 1 of 2Energy Consultant Position Description Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc (E3), a small economics and engineering consulting firm in downtown San Francisco specializing in the electric energy industry, is seeking an Energy Consultant to join our team. E3 has an influential and growing role in integrated resource planning, energy efficiency, climate change policy analysis, distributed generation and renewable energy. E3 works closely with leading utilities, interest groups and policy makers on such issues as implementing the Renewable Portfolio Standard, valuing demand response and peak load reduction programs, developing capacity markets, and evaluating traditional, renewable and demand-side resources on an equal basis. Founded in 1993, E3 is built upon the partners’ extensive experience in integrated resource planning, avoided cost quantification, procurement cost and risk management, and financial evaluation. E3 complements its comprehensive knowledge of the industry’s business practices with state-of-the-art analysis techniques, software development and extensive publications in scholarly journals. Our clientele is approximately 1/3rd U.S. and international energy utilities, 1/3rd generation companies, energy service providers and industrial customers and 1/3rd regulatory commissions, government agencies, and law firms. Our practice areas are described further on our website at www.ethree.com. E3 has a productive, efficient and enjoyable work environment. As a small firm with a structure that is both flat and fluid, we are looking for employees able to work independently with minimal direction as well as within a team. Some projects will require developing creative solutions to complex analysis problems with minimal guidance. Others will require thorough attention to detail, accuracy and client driven requirements. Energy Consultant Primary Responsibilities • Project research and information/data gathering • Extensive use of spreadsheets and economic models • Presentation preparation and delivery • Report writing and editing • Marketing and business development • Litigation testimony preparation Minimum Requirements • Demonstrated interest in energy, economic and policy analysis • Advanced degree in engineering and/or economics or related technical field • 3-5 years experiencePage 2 of 2• Very high proficiency in Microsoft Excel (incl. Visual Basic for Applications, form controls) • Strong quantitative, analytical and statistical skills, including proficiency in SAS • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Power Point • Ability to write and communicate technical analyses clearly • Familiarity with engineering economics and financial calculations • Able to work independently • Interest in working in a small office environment Compensation E3 provides competitive compensation that is commensurate with experience and performance. Contact Information To apply for this position, send a resume, cover letter, and references to: Anya Engen Energy & Environmental Economics, Inc. 101 Montgomery Street, Suite 1600 San Francisco, CA 94104 Fax: 415-391-6500 Email: [email protected] www.ethree.com No phone calls please. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling


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