The Team: The power forecast team produces and updates long-term wholesale electricity price projections in support of generating asset transactions. The team leverages S&P Global Market Intelligence's industry-leading databases of assets, commodities, and electricity companies to deliver timely and relevant projections for domestic U.S. electricity markets. Projections are supported by publication of value-added research that supports investment decisions in U.S. electricity generation.
The Impact: The role integrates multiple data sets into a simulation model, combined with expert research on policy and market developments to provide customers with guidance on generation investment, backed by deep projection-set content.
What's in it for you:
Grow expertise in U.S. electricity markets, with opportunities to participate in platform growth due to global expansion and emergence of new technology and market segments;
Publish relevant research and insight to a platform with hundreds of companies and thousands of individual subscribers in finance, electric utilities, private power developers, and end-users;
Potential for growth within the multiple energy-related divisions of S&P Global, one of the strongest brands in the business-to-business information space.
Compensation/Benefits Information (US Applicants Only):
S&P Global states that the anticipated base salary range for this position is $56.6k - 117.5k. Base salary ranges may vary by geographic location.
In addition to base compensation, this role is eligible for an annual incentive plan.
Collaborate on production tasks for power forecast publication, including data set updates for assets, commodities, and loads;
Gain familiarity with policies driving asset value, including capacity markets, emissions regulations, tax incentives, and renewable portfolio standards;
Generate and execute research concepts to communicate power forecast trends to clients, specifying data sets, modelling approach, and medium for delivery
Support ongoing client requests for forecast information and value-added content.
What We're Looking For:
BS/BA with coursework in mathematics, engineering, statistics, or economics
Familiarity with quantitative tools including MS Excel, and database management systems and languages (e.g Python, SQL), including application to large data sets for manipulation and analysis
1-2 years experience in an energy or commodities-related field
MS/MA in mathematics, statistics, economics or similar quantitative discipline
3-5 years experience in an energy-related field
Advanced relational database and programming skills; Python and SQL or equivalent experience in programming and relational database languages.
Experience with production-cost modeling of energy systems. (Aurora, PLEXOS, Promod or similar)
S&P Global Market Intelligence
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