Shell Energy Data Analytics Manager, Energy Platform - San Francisco, CA in San Francisco, California
Energy Data Analytics Manager, Energy Platform - San Francisco, CA
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Shell New Energies
Shell is playing its part in the transition towards a low-carbon future. We aim to cut the net carbon footprint of our energy products by around half by 2050. Our New Energies business, set up in 2016, supports this ambition. New Energies is an emerging opportunity, in which we plan to invest on average $1-2 billion a year until 2020 as we look for commercial investments in new and fast-growing segments of the energy industry.
Shell New Energies focuses on two areas: new fuels and power. New Fuels consists of investments in hydrogen, biofuels, and electric vehicle charging. In Power, we are building up positions across the full electricity value chain, including in renewable generation, retail energy, distributed energy resources, power trading and marketing, and grid services. Within these two focus areas, we look for ways to connect customers with new business models for mobility and energy services, enabled by digital technologies and decentralization of energy systems.
Our Power strategy focuses on meeting commercial, industrial and residential customer needs, bolstered by our activities in generation, power trading and marketing, retail energy, distributed energy resources and grid services, as well as our ability to optimize supply and demand across our large asset portfolio. We’re also developing low-carbon energy sources, including wind, solar, storage and natural gas.
Shell has demonstrated for more than a century its ability to transform and grow its energy sources, products and services to support societal development. Our New Energies business is now combining our experience, partnerships and technical know-how to enable new ways to continue powering progress towards a more sustainable energy future.
Energy Platform Team
Shell’s Energy Platform team is leading Shell’s efforts to design, develop, deliver and maintain a global energy management platform that unlocks value across Shell’s Power business. The Energy Platform team aims to enable Shell’s efforts to harness the potential in its vast fleet of customers, energy assets, and power trading capabilities to deliver value across the energy industry value chain.
The Energy Platform team is a nimble, cross-functional, deeply technical and passionate group that embodies the speed and agility of a startup while embracing the scale of one of the largest companies in the world. Achieving a balance between agility and global scale provides unique opportunities, and the Energy Platform Team borrows from best-in-class product development, continuous delivery, and commercialization techniques while adapting them to the unique global context within Shell.
The Energy Platform team is empowered to coordinate and align Shell’s energy management platform objectives, strategies, and execution approaches across the company, as well as to design, deliver and maintain a mission-critical component of Shell’s ability to deliver differentiated products, offerings and capabilities across its expanding global footprint.
The Energy Data Analytics Manager will be a critical member of the growing Energy Platform Commercialization team, which is tasked with launching the Shell Energy Platform with our customers, as well as engaging with strategic partners and setting the trajectory for ongoing Energy Platform development. The Energy Data Analytics Manager will lead the development of the Energy Platform’s techno-economic analytical capabilities focused on optimized flexible energy resources in primarily behind-the-meter use cases. They will be charged with:
Conduct bespoke energy analytics
Conduct deal-, product-, project-, and tariff-focused economic analyses of energy system optimization in utility and wholesale trading environments to drive business development and deal closure
Develop standard energy analyses
Build an understanding of the archetypes of analyses that Energy Platform customers will need and develop techno-economic analyses of energy system optimization in a grid environment
Contribute to analytical product development
Take the tools and analytical methods developed above and work with the product management, data science, and software engineering teams to turn them into products accessible to multiple users.
Be a collaborative teammate
Work openly and collaboratively across the Commercialization, Energy Platform, and broader Shell teams
Switch seamlessly from solo crunch time in front of a Python script to group brainstorming and ideation sessions and work nimbly across topic areas and teams
Contribute your expertise, learn from others, and ask questions
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California - San Francisco
Must have legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis for anyone other than current employer
Ph.D. in related techno-economical analyses, preferably in distributed energy and/or utility systems or a quantitative or economics Masters and commensurate work experience
3+ years of related work experience in the renewable energy sector in addition to academic qualifications
Ability to construct and perform production cost modeling for flexible energy assets.
Ability to travel domestically and internationally up to 10% of the time on an as-needed basis
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San Francisco, CA
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