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Energy Policy Analyst | The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) | Sacramento, San Francisco, or Los Angeles, remote work (or on-site or hybrid) is an option

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is seeking an Energy Policy Analyst.

The Energy Policy Analyst will be responsible for recommending and effectively implementing policy critical to reducing energy use and energy bills for residential customers. The analyst will also apply their critical thinking and process evaluation skillset to evaluate the efficacy of EE program administrators’ progress on reaching energy savings, carbon reduction, and/or environmental and social justice goals. For example, the analyst may review of demographics of customers served and associated budget expenditures for programs designed to serve underserved customers for a more equitable statewide portfolio.

Within the CPUC’s Energy Division, we regulate Energy Efficiency (EE) programs across electric and gas Investor Owned Utilities (IOU) and we set the energy efficiency budgets and portfolio of programs for both market-rate customers and income qualified customers. We also oversees IOU outreach and web application portal design activities to enroll customers in numerous income qualified programs to help customers reduce their energy bills. Together the budget is over $1 billion annually and our policies have tangible impacts of continuing to reduce customer energy bills in a time when the fraction of population unable to afford their bills is rising, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions to support reaching state’s goal of a carbon free electric sector by 2045.

The position may be filled in Sacramento, San Francisco, or Los Angeles and while employee must reside in CA, remote work (or on-site or hybrid) is an option.

Must be a US Citizen or green card holder.

Please apply by June 20, 2023 using link for location of interest: Energy Policy Analyst Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst III position  in San Francisco  in Los Angeles  in Sacramento

Please be sure to include complete information in the application form that will demonstrate your meeting minimum qualifications for Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst III level.

Candidates should contact Alison LaBonte (415 703 1226) before the application deadline if they have questions.

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