Battery Storage Leader
- Strategy Development: Develop and refine the overall battery storage strategy in alignment with the organization’s goals and objectives. Identify opportunities and assess market trends to guide the strategic direction.
- Project Management: Oversee the planning, execution, and completion of battery storage projects from concept to deployment. Coordinate with cross-functional teams, including engineers, technicians, finance, legal, and regulatory experts, to ensure successful project implementation.
- Technology Evaluation: Stay abreast of the latest advancements in battery storage technologies, including battery chemistries, energy management systems, grid integration, and safety protocols. Evaluate and recommend appropriate technologies to maximize efficiency, reliability, and cost-effectiveness.
- Partnerships and Vendor Management: Identify and establish strategic partnerships with battery storage technology providers, equipment manufacturers, suppliers, and other stakeholders. Negotiate contracts and manage relationships to ensure the availability of high-quality products and services.
- Regulatory Compliance: Stay informed about local, state, and federal regulations related to battery storage and ensure compliance throughout the organization’s projects. Collaborate with legal and regulatory teams to navigate permitting, interconnection, and incentive programs.
- Financial Analysis: Conduct financial analysis and cost modeling for battery storage projects. Evaluate the financial viability, return on investment, and payback periods to support decision-making and secure necessary funding.
- Risk Management: Identify potential risks and develop risk mitigation strategies for battery storage projects. Implement appropriate safety protocols and standards to ensure the protection of personnel, assets, and the environment.
- Team Leadership: Provide leadership and guidance to a multidisciplinary team involved in battery storage projects. Foster a collaborative and inclusive work environment, promote knowledge sharing, and mentor team members to enhance their technical skills and expertise
- Bachelor’s degree in engineering, energy management, or a related field. A master’s degree is preferred.
- Proven experience in leading battery storage initiatives or renewable energy projects.
- Strong understanding of battery storage technologies, market trends, and industry standards.
- Familiarity with regulatory requirements and permitting processes related to battery storage.
- Proficiency in financial analysis and project management methodologies.
- Excellent communication skills to effectively collaborate with internal teams, stakeholders, and external partners.
- Demonstrated leadership abilities, including the ability to inspire and motivate a team towards shared goals.
- Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to adapt to changing priorities and project requirements