Jul 22, 2023 - Sympower is hiring a remote Regulatory Affairs Advisor, the Nordics. 📍Location: Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway.
Sympower is accelerating the global transition towards ‘net-zero’ by helping to build smarter, cleaner renewable energy systems. We are leading the way in smarter energy solutions for the energy transition.
Founded in 2015, Sympower is now active in twelve countries, with almost two hundred industrial and commercial customers. We are rapidly expanding our operations across Europe, while contributing to a more sustainable energy system.
With over one hundred employees and thirty nationalities represented in our organisation, our international team is driven by achieving together, focusing on impact and acting responsibly for our environment.
In 2022, we raised a total of €25 million to help us transform Europe’s electricity grid at a critical time in the continent’s history. With the support of our investors, we are accelerating the energy transition and bringing our flexibility services to businesses across Europe.
Sympower is a certified B Corp, highlighting our commitment to meeting high standards of verified performance, accountability, and transparency across 5 impact areas: governance, workers, community, environment, and customers.
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The Regulatory Affairs Advisor, the Nordics will be part of the Public and Regulatory affairs team. This person will be in charge of monitoring policy developments, assessing their impacts on Sympower’s operations and working on improving the regulatory framework as the company evolves with a focus on Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden! You will be working with commercial partner/account managers, technical sales engineers, leadership and other market strategy team members to provide support, knowledge and direction for Sympower in the Nordic markets.
Join us in accelerating the energy transition!
What you will do
Be the point of expertise within Sympower regarding regulatory requirements of the different flexibility markets in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.
Monitoring market regulations and network code development
Answering to public consultations by TSOs/NRA
Being the contact person for TSOs
Ensuring a good understanding of the regulatory requirements and implications for Sympower
Monitor and follow the work of working groups of trade associations that Sympower is a member of
Support lobbying efforts in different countries and represent Sympower at events and meetings
Help advise leadership and help develop Market Strategy in a collaborative team environment
What you will need
3+ years experience in electricity regulatory environments (experience on flexibility market issues is a plus)
Energy law or energy engineering background with knowledge of, and interest for energy regulation
Previous experience with a regulatory agency or a TSO is a strong asset
Deep understanding of regulatory environments
Experience in regulatory relations
Fluent in English and Swedish a must
The position is intended to be placed our of our office in Stockholm, Sweden- but with flexibility on exact location. We are open to candidates in Sweden, Norway, Denmark or Finland!
What are the benefits
Impactful work - the opportunity to contribute to the fight against climate change
Competitive market salary
Stock Appreciation Rights Plan
30 paid holiday days per year (based on full time)
Paid volunteering days
Mental well-being support
Flexible work (office, remote and hybrid work)
Remote office budget and working from home allowance
Professional development and training
International and fast-paced environment
Social and team events
Centrally located offices in Stockholm & Turku
Sympower is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage a diverse workforce and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees!
MESSAGE TO RECRUITMENT AGENCIES: support for filling this position is not required, so proposals for recruitment services will be ignored.
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