Energy and Sustainability Policy
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Solar Development Analyst Internship



Location:  Radnor, PA

Company Overview

Since 1999, Community Energy has developed and financed over 1,700 MW of renewable energy power projects across the country.  CES is an expert in utility-scale and community solar development and has led the market in capitalizing on innovative financing and origination opportunities for these projects, including long-term power purchase agreements with non-utility offtakers such as the Thomas Jefferson Hospital System, The Philadelphia Phillies, Amazon Web Services and The University of Pennsylvania.

CES is headquartered in Radnor, Pennsylvania, but also has offices in Boulder, Colorado, and Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Through these three offices, Community Energy has been able to develop projects that bring clean, renewable energy to every region in the United States.

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Position Description

Community Energy is currently seeking to fill two internship positions at the Radnor, PA office. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis.

This is an opportunity for a college student or recent graduate to gain real life experience in clean energy development, technologies, and policy while being exposed to a wide variety of job roles and responsibilities. The following student academics would be a good fit with Community Energy: Energy Markets/Policy, GIS, Engineering, Environmental Science, or Economics, however all interested individuals are encouraged to apply.  This intern will work with a team of people supporting various aspects of solar project development. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:


• GIS Mapping & Development Site Identification
• Electrical Grid Analysis
• Energy Market Research
• Policy Assessment and New Market Assessment
• Local, State, and Federal Permitting Review
• Projecting Solar PV Resource Outputs
• Fact-checking and other ad hoc tasks related to the development, construction, and operation of solar facilities

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