Regulatory Affairs Analyst
Location: Based in London, Solihull or Wilton International (Teesside) with travel between these locations.
An exciting opportunity has arisen at Sembcorp for a Regulatory Affairs Analyst to join our specialist regulatory team at a time of great change for our industry. Reporting to the Regulatory Affairs Manager the successful applicant will work within the Strategy and Regulatory Affairs team to lead and develop Sembcorp’s input into the changing regulatory framework to reach Net Zero for the UK, including the reform of Balancing Services, Wider Access to the Balancing Mechanism, the DNO-DSO transition, and transmission and distribution network charges such as the Electricity Charging Significant Code Review.
- Challenge and influence industry and regulatory policy proposals both internally and with external stakeholders i.e. Regulator, Government, the transmission and distribution network companies and industry bodies – ensuring the regulatory framework of the future supports the development of distributed energy resources, Private Wire Networks, and renewables in the most competitive way and in the interest of consumers.
- Lead the work and analysis required in the context of changes to network codes and Licences via industry consultation, modification proposals and active participation in working groups.
- Identify regulatory opportunities and risks and act instrumentally for the company to tap into new commercial opportunities.
- Evaluate and action appropriate network codes modification proposals that are technically sound.
- Production and coordination of input into calls for evidence and consultations launched by Ofgem, UK Government and industry bodies.
- Qualitative and quantitative analysis of the charging proposals put forward as part of the Balancing Services reform, Wider Access to the Balancing Mechanism, the DNO-DSO transition etc. and continuous development of transmission and distribution network
- Provide critical input into the market design work stream for embedded generators to retain their commercial value in the DNO-DSO transition.
- Representing Sembcorp in front of the Regulator, Government, the transmission and distribution network companies and industry bodies, and at industry fora on a wide range of regulatory issues.
- Horizon scanning for risk and opportunities arising from a wide range of generation and distributed energy work programmes and long-term market design changes.
- Anticipate and address regulatory changes that may influence the direction of GB and EU electricity policies, advising the business of opportunities and threats.
- Demonstrate a pragmatic and sensible approach to developing the content and the personal relationships with the experts involved in the change process.
If you are interested in joining Sembcorp Energy UK, please email or send your CV and covering email to email@example.com