Director, Policy and Government Affairs (Electrification)
Our mission at Enphase Energy is to advance a sustainable future for all.
Today, our intelligent microinverters, which turn sunlight into an affordable, safe, reliable, and scalable source of energy, work with virtually every solar panel made, and when paired with our award-winning smart battery technology, we engineer one of the industry's best-performing clean energy systems. To date, we have installed more than 36 million microinverters on more than 1.5 million homes across 130 countries.
Like our customers, our innovative teams are also worldwide, making Enphase Energy a truly global company. We are one of the fastest growing and most dynamic energy companies in the world. Nimble and acutely focused on developing ground-breaking solar energy management technology, each of our teams have a shared goal of creating a carbon-free future.
At Enphase we are also committed to diversity and inclusion. Developing cutting edge technology requires a workforce as diverse as the populations we wish to serve. We are a values-driven company that puts people and their power at the center of our shared energy future.
Join us on our mission!
Enphase Energy is looking for an individual that is interested in working as a member of our Policy and Government Affairs Team. This Director level position will report to the Senior Director of Policy and Government Affairs and be responsible for supporting federal, state and local level policy and regulatory engagement in the Eastern U.S. Preferred location for the position is Washington, D.C. with willingness to travel regularly.
Track and monitor all state and local policy and regulatory activity relevant to the successful implementation of Enphase’s products and services including but not limited to markets for vehicle electrification (i.e., vehicle to grid integration), grid services and microgrids
Direct participation in federal, state and local stakeholder proceedings related to electrification and any other stakeholder processes that advance the implementation of Enphase products and services
Engage with national and regional trade associations through participation in relevant committees to advanced policy and regulatory goals important to Enphase
Provide subject matter expertise as a member of a number of cross-functional teams to inform product development, marketing, business development, sales, and investor relations
Track and monitor government funding and procurement opportunities and work on cross-functional team to inform the development of RFP proposals for product demonstration, commercialization and procurement
Work with internal and external legal counsel to advise on policy and regulatory issues that inform and impact, market development and development initiatives
Provide analysis and recommendations for consideration by the executive team to help inform business decisions related to product development, market participation and competitive strategy
Skills, Knowledges, Special Attributes
Thorough knowledge of federal and state policy and regulatory stakeholder processes including experience intervening in proceedings
Strong understanding of policy and regulatory drivers for vehicle electrification (i.e., vehicle to grid integration), distributed energy resources (DERs) including existing incentives, interconnection tariffs, rates, and procurement programs
History of successful participation in high-profile policy and regulatory proceedings
Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively by distilling complex issues into clear succinct policy and regulatory recommendations
Ability to multi-task and work effectively in a challenging fast-paced environment
Strong people management skills and experience working on cross-functional teams as a leading contributor on policy and regulatory issues
Self-starter with proven ability to manage and lead initiatives across cross-functional teams
Education and Experience
At least 10 years of experience working as a policy and regulatory expert in the renewable energy industry for a federal or state agency or corporation
At least five years of experience working on federal and state policy and regulatory issues in the renewable energy industry with a strong focus on the vehicle electrification (i.e., vehicle to grid integration) and/or residential/commercial solar + storage markets
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a related field
Frequent travel within the United States
Candidate must be authorized to work in the US.