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California Community Power Interim General Manager
Primary remote role
60 hours per month- Approximately 15 hours per week (flexible schedule)
Salary Range: $200-$235 per hour
Resumes and Cover Letters are being reviewed and phone screens scheduled on a rolling basis. Video interviews will be scheduled when qualified applicants have been identified. Tentatively planned for the week of April 19
About California Community Power
California Community Power (CC Power) is a newly formed Joint Powers Agency (JPA) currently comprised of eight California Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs). The purpose of CC Power is to develop, acquire, construct, own, manage, contract for, engage in, finance, and/or provide energy-related programs for the use of and by its Members.
CC Power allows its member CCAs to combine their buying power to procure new, cost-effective clean energy and reliability resources to continue advancing local and state climate goals. CC Power members represent 2.6 million customers across more than 140 municipalities spanning from Humboldt County to Santa Barbara County and have a combined load of approximately 33 TWh and 6,000 MW.
Under the direction of the CC Power Board, the Interim General Manager’s responsibilities will directly support the Long Duration Storage (LDS) project and the general administrative functions of the JPA. The LDS project is expected to be completed by the end of 2021 and the focus is on signing at least three contracts. Though no new projects have been identified- outside of LDS – the CC Power Board has the ability to initiate additional projects.
Please submit an application through LinkedIn, and include a cover letter with your resume submission.
Data Analyst Intern
Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) is seeking a Data Analyst Intern to support SVCE in exploring some key strategic questions about Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (EVI). In September 2019, SVCE’s Board of Directors adopted the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Joint Action Plan (EVI Plan), which identified key trends, challenges, and solutions for achieving transportation electrification goals through support for charging infrastructure. The EVI Plan can be found here: tinyurl.com/SVCEEVIplan.
The focus of this role will be on EVI, but the work may also incorporate analysis of electric vehicles, vehicle-grid integration, emissions impacts, key performance indicators, and other relevant topics.