Summary:A fantastic opportunity has arisen for someone who has been working in the energy sector for 1-2 years, who has a keen interest in Mathematics / Statistics and is seeking a career in Data Analytics. This is a rare opportunity to become part of the thriving Energy community, which will offer the right candidate the first step on an exciting and challenging career path. The ideal candidate will be a Graduate with a good degree in a STEM subject, plus 1-2 years working in the energy industry. You should have an enquiring mind, are analytical and a good problem solver, this Energy Analyst role could be just the job for you!
- Conduct comprehensive analysis of UK market trends, supply and demand dynamics, regulatory shifts, and geopolitical influences impacting Battery storage assets.
- Monitor competitor activities and market developments,
- Cultivate expert knowledge of GB power market and National Grid ESO balancing services.
- Generate regular reports on key Trading KPIs and market intelligence for senior management.
- Develop forecasts, models, and asset optimisation to facilitate strategic decision-making.
- Lead continuous improvement for the in-house market fundamental price model and coordinate related IT infrastructure enhancements.
- Identify future business opportunities through automated trading, advanced forecasting techniques, and data science applications.
- Execute trading strategy in auctions and continuous exchanges as required
Skills and experience required:
- Bachelor’s degree in economics, Finance, Energy Management, or a related field.
- Proven track record as an Energy Markets Analyst or in a similar role
- Understand UK energy market - electricity, gas, renewables, and emerging technologies.
- Proficiency in data analysis tools such as Excel and Python,
- Strong analytical skills and the ability to extract meaningful insights from intricate datasets.
- Comprehensive knowledge of energy pricing, hedging, and risk management strategies.
- Solid communication/presentation skills, enabling complex ideas to non-tech stakeholders.
- Proactive problem-solving abilities and abel to work both independently and collaboratively