Researching and developing new rate structures that would be attractive to TMLP’s customers. Performing and monitoring Cost of Service results and identify trends, anomalies and suggest ways to react to changes over time.
Developing modeling techniques to perform adequate probabilities and risk management analyses in assessing power supply strategies; concentrating on power supply, fuel, emissions, and ISO market power.
Monitoring generator unit’s actual performance as related to the bid and actual cost. Providing feedback to TMLP’s Power Production department in the areas of bid/cost data, unit operation data, and emissions consumption.
Assisting in the procurement of resources related to TMLP’s power supply, natural gas, oil, power, emissions and electricity products.
Monitoring, analyzing, and verifying prices of units for resources procured. Developing strategies for optimization of resources, which fit within the ISO/TMLP framework.
Performing data acquisition, data reporting, and chart/graph creation, Develop reporting templates for both demand and supply. Analyzing historical demand and develop forecasts for solar and hourly load.
Validating key assumptions using real-time market data and track performance; research conflicting theories and present quantitative results. Use metrics to improve performance and understand bias.
Participating in regular market assessments and environmental trends with potential to affect our customer base and our growth strategies.
Assist Lead Analyst with regulatory compliance matters required by the North American Electric Reliability Organization.
Perform other duties as required.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering, Economics, Finance, or equivalent is required. A Post-Graduate Degree is preferred. Strong fundamental understanding of the New England power markets. Minimum of 2 years of professional experience in a corporate setting, preferably in the power/utility/fuel or similar utility/industrial work is required. This position requires strong analytical and communication skills and a willingness to develop an in-depth understanding of the energy markets. The successful candidate will also be required to carry a cell phone 24 hours per day, seven days per week and possess a valid Driver’s License.
About Taunton Municipal Light Plant
Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant has been in business for 120 years providing electricity to local communities. Governed by a three-member Board of Commissioners, led by the citizens of Taunton, this company serves 36,000 customers in Taunton, Berkley, Raynham and sections of Dighton, Lakeville and Bridgewater.