The Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance’s (Energy Alliance) mission is to facilitate investment in energy efficiency for homeowners, nonprofit organizations, and commercial building owners through outreach and education, project management, and financing solutions. The Energy Alliance manages energy efficiency programs in seven jurisdictions in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region. The Energy Alliance’s programs focus on residential, commercial, and nonprofit sectors. The Energy Alliance is a U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings grantee and a certified Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® provider.
The Energy Alliance is seeking a dynamic Energy Law and Policy Intern to join our team to help us effectively broaden our reach into the community and engage state level energy regulators. The Energy Alliance works with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and the Kentucky Public Service Commission, local government leaders, and other energy related organizations to support its work.
The Energy Law and Policy Intern will be responsible for managing research projects, drafting policy briefs on recent energy efficiency laws and standards, and communicating with other organizations and jurisdictions to learn best practices. This position will work for the Strategic Business Development team. A significant portion of position duties will involve legal and policy research related to state utility regulation and energy efficiency financing. This position is unpaid.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Well-organized with demonstrated ability to multi-task
• Legislative and legal drafting
• Knowledge or interest in local regulatory regimes related to utilities
• Law students preferred
To apply for the Energy Alliance Energy Law and Policy Intern position, send letters of interest and resumes to Jeremy Faust at email@example.com.
The Energy Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will be treated equally without regard to race, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age or any other protected classification under Federal or State law.