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|Title||Position Highlights||Office/Unit||Application Deadline|
PURA currently has an exciting opportunity for an energy professional to join the Office of Technical and Regulatory Analysis as a Rate Specialist (similar to a Research Analyst). The Rate Specialist will be a member of the Reliability, Security, and Resilience (RSR) unit and support PURA’s Equitable Modern Grid initiative. RSR unit is responsible for overseeing the following:
These activities may include performing complex and technical analyses, leading public outreach efforts, participating in working groups, as well as supporting traditional utility ratemaking proceedings and investigations. Most work will focus on electric and telecommunications critical infrastructure sectors, but may also include other energy and utility fields, such as gas and water.
|Reliability, Security, and Resilience (RSR) unit||November 24, 2022|
|Research Analyst||The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) currently has an exciting opportunity for an energy professional to join the Clean and Affordable Energy (CAE) unit within the Office of Technical and Regulatory Analysis as a Research Analyst located in New Britain.
The CAE Unit is tasked with oversight of the statutory and public policy programs that seek to increase the deployment of clean energy and improve customer affordability, along with the associated utility regulatory ratemaking processes and mechanisms. Further, CAE staff support the ongoing efforts of PURA’s Equitable Modern Grid (EMG) initiative to enhance customer access to clean and affordable service, in support of the state’s climate and renewable energy goals. For example, the CAE Unit is responsible for overseeing the following programs:
In addition, CAE staff may assist other units with PURA’s performance-based regulation framework, utility rate cases, and other matters. Most work will focus on the electric utility industry, but may also include other utilities, such as gas and water.
|Clean and Affordable Energy (CAE) Unit||November 23, 2022|