Energy Portfolio Development Manager in LONGMONT, CO for Longmont Power & Communications
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Energy Portfolio Development Manager
Under direction of the Director of Energy Strategies and Solutions, the Energy Portfolio Development Manager is a bold, progressive innovator responsible for the consolidation of virtual and real energy production and curtailment at the local electric distribution level into a singular dispatchable renewable energy portfolio. The Deployment Manager manages the overall electric energy portfolio and will analyze the resource mix to identify and pursue elements of the portfolio that requires additional resources, alternative energy types, control systems, and other physical and electronic tools necessary for the dynamic, safe, and reliable operation of approximately 10% of Longmont’s overall energy consumption to enable and support the transition to 100% renewable energy by year 2030. Posi


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