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Daymark Energy Advisors is a successful, growing consultancy. We bring deep knowledge and an integrated view of energy infrastructure, regulation, and markets to help our clients succeed in the face of uncertainty and transformative change.  We provide advisory and analytical solutions to developers, utilities, and state agencies across North America, working in partnership with them and applying cutting edge thinking to decarbonize the power sector.

Our expertise and experience are interdisciplinary and include transmission planning and market analytics, clean energy policy, competitive procurement and portfolio structuring, market design and regulatory economics, and utility tariffs and rate design. We provide strategic advice and expert opinion to industry executives and boards, and testimony in state and federal regulatory proceedings.

We are building our team to support clients’ growing needs. We are hiring experienced energy industry professionals with expertise in one or more key areas listed below.  If you have a passion for the energy industry, want to help clients make decisions on their path to decarbonization, and are a high performer with a history of professional excellence and achievement, you’ll find Daymark Energy Advisors offers a challenging and rewarding environment in which to further your career. We cultivate an inclusive and affirming environment that supports professional growth and rewards entrepreneurial risk taking.

Daymark Energy Advisors is headquartered in Worcester, Massachusetts. We offer flexible work arrangements (remote, hybrid, office) and our team is located throughout the United States and Canada.

Our compensation and benefits include:

  • Collaborative and supportive work environment
  • Competitive compensation
  • Flexible work arrangements (remote, hybrid, office)
  • Participation in our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
  • Comprehensive group health and dental plans
  • Flexible spending accounts for health and dependent care


Areas of expertise sought

Daymark invites applications from professionals with experience in one or more of the following areas:

  1. Clean energy and renewable policy expertise, with focus on state and regional renewable portfolio standards and other programs; legislative activity; impacts and implications of policy for commercial opportunities
  • Experience evaluating impacts of FERC policies, e.g., Order 2222, Order 841, evolving transmission planning and interconnection policy on renewable deployment and development opportunities
  • Understanding of FERC market design policies, organized RTO/ISO structures, and OTC opportunities across regions along with potential impact on clients' business
  • Understanding of federal and state laws, e.g., Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Inflation Reduction Act (incentives, loans, and subsidies available for renewables, electrification, hydrogen hubs, transmission)
  • Experience or familiarity with emerging and evolving distributed generation and beneficial electrification policies and associated technologies, e.g., utility-scale and behind the meter solar, storage, hydrogen production, heat pumps, and transportation charging


  1. Utility economics expertise, with focus on cost recovery policies, equity, regulatory policy, cost allocation, rate structures
  • Experience with utility economics, policies, and analyzing the implications of tariff and cost allocation approaches using appropriate models
  • Experience analyzing and implementing utility rate designs, revenue requirements, and cost of service models and policy
  • Experience applying skills to problems characterized by structural changes, evolving legal and regulatory requirements, cost uncertainty, and changing customer preferences -- interest in value-based pricing versus historical structures, blurring market lines, evolving set of competitively provided services
  • Experience designing and reviewing programs such as critical peak pricing and net metering
  • Ability to apply skills to find new approaches to customer segmentation to address policy changes and cost shifts or new allocation strategies
  • Ability to help clients negotiate with utilities on tariff structures that are fundamentally sound and meet those clients’ strategic objectives


  1. Economist (cost benefit analysis, supply chain), with focus on cost benefit analysis, economic modeling, macro-economics, regional offshore wind supply chain and labor market dynamics
  • Experience performing economic impact analysis (e.g., using a tool such as IMPLAN or REMI)
  • Experience analyzing macro-economic variables and estimating discount rates
  • Experience analyzing the generation and/or transmission sector supply chain and labor market
  • Experience assessing societal impacts including environmental justice and energy justice


  1. Resource planning and engineering economics expertise, with focus on Integrated Resource Planning
  • Experience performing utility integrated resource planning; exposure to issues involving load forecasting, generation resource selection, transmission and distribution investment options, distributed demand-side resources
  • Experience evaluating renewables and the interconnection and market integration of renewables
  • Experience establishing decision criteria and designing and implementing optimal selection frameworks
  • Experience reviewing the integrity of resource acquisition through public / private procurement
  • Experience designing and/or administering competitive resource procurements (evaluating alternative resources and regulatory requirements, designing request for proposals documents and processes, evaluating bids received by clients, advising on markets and energy supply)


  1. Regulatory finance expertise, with focus on (regulatory) cost accounting and asset management
  • Regulatory finance and accounting experience performing tariff analysis, assessing and modeling capital structure, debt analysis, discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis, ROE, and calculating revenue requirements


Responsibilities and qualifications

Experienced professionals will join our dynamic team of analysts, consultants, and trusted advisors. Consulting responsibilities and qualifications include the following:

  • An overriding curiosity and desire to help others succeed in a team environment
  • Business development responsibilities, including working in teams to develop relationships and proposals for consulting projects
  • Project management and project oversight responsibilities for projects ranging in size and complexity
  • Communication skills, both oral and written, to engage with clients and team members and to deliver analysis and advice
  • Analytical skills, sound judgment, creative problem solving, and commercial awareness
  • A commitment to constructively engaging together to solve problems and continuously improving through thoughtful, respectful, and direct information and feedback



Interested candidates, please email your resume and cover letter to Our team is happy to connect with interested candidates to discuss this opportunity and careers at Daymark.  To reach anyone on our team, please use the “contact” button on any team member page at the link below.


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