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Regulatory Economist/Tariff Specialist

Posted 16.10.2020
Company name: Now Grenada
Industry: Business & Management
Career level: Senior
Employment type: Full time
Job location: St. George's, St. George's
Salary offered Negotiable


Education: Bachelor's Degree
Experience: 2-5 years
Languages: English
Driving license: Yes

Job role

Perform economic analysis regarding electricity tariff rates for customers. Verify and validate data and assumptions and ascertain accuracy of conclusions of studies and analysis presented to the commission. Review licence application and sustainability program processes. Lead in the preparation of written techno-commercial reports and PURC reports on tariff system changes and to inform electricity sector policy development. Conduct complex and specialized tariff studies including cost of service, rate of return on investment and tariff structural equity. Ensure that tariff determination polices are consistent with sound business, financial and economic principles. Conduct comparative studies and analysis of various rates and sensitivity analysis. Provide research and develop alternative recommendations on subjects related to the energy industry such as economic impacts of proposed tariffs on consumers. Plan and conduct studies of innovative tariff systems such as time-of-day rates, interruptible rates, seasonal rates, and demand rates. Assisting with the determination of the level of efficient costs of the utility. Participating in all work-related activities of the Commission. Perform other related functions that may be assigned from time to time.


Company background

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) was established by the PURC Act No. 20 of 2016. The Act speaks generally to public utilities but hitherto only the electricity sector has come under the purview of the PURC. The Commission is seeking a highly-skilled individual to join our multidisciplinary team of technical and professional staff, involved in undertaking complex and demanding activities required to satisfy its role as regulator of the electricity sector, and in fulfilment of its mandate.
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