Environmental Law and Policy Center seeks clean energy analysts

The Environmental Law & Policy Center (ELPC) in Chicago, an Iowa Environmental Council member organization with an office in Des Moines, is seeking two strategic advocates/analysts to focus on clean energy (renewables and energy efficiency), climate change solutions and, possibly, Great Lakes issues.  MBA or MPP (quant) with several years of professional work experience.   Strong interest in clean energy finance, policy and development, and environmental sustainability preferred.

Clean energy finance specialist

This finance-policy  analyst will principally work with ELPC’s experienced public interest attorneys and  overall clean energy advocacy team to:  (1) Advance energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions to meet energy needs in the regional power markets and help to solve climate change problems; (2) Conduct economic and financial analysis on energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions; and (3) Design, analyze and implement state-based and federal energy efficiency and renewable energy standards.

The position is open until filled.  For more information, visit http://elpc.org/2013/03/25/public-interest-clean-energy-finance-specialist-2

Clean energy policy analyst

This policy advocate/ analyst will principally work with ELPC’s experienced public interest attorneys and  overall clean energy advocacy team to:  (1) Advance energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions to meet energy needs in the regional power markets and help to solve climate change problems; (2) Design, analyze and implement state-based and federal energy efficiency and renewable energy standards; and (3) Analyze and advocate sustainable business and other policy initiatives for Great Lakes protection.

The position is open until filled.  For more information, visit http://elpc.org/2013/03/25/clean-energy-policy-analyst

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