New York Power Authority Senior Revenue & Pricing Analyst in White Plains, New York
The Revenue & Pricing Analyst is mainly responsible for preparing generation and transmission asset revenue requirement/cost-of service studies; developing rate and cost recovery mechanisms and energy market evaluation and analysis; and all additional functions essential to calculate the costs of providing transmission and production services to our customers for the purpose of cost recovery. Once costs have been finalized, the analyst will translate the results into comprehensive pricing mechanisms to assure appropriate electric commodity and transmission cost recovery. Additional responsibilities will be to establish billing procedures and to produce market competitiveness analyses for NYPA’s customers.
Develop, maintain, and assure quality control for customer revenue requirement/cost-of-service (COS) studies and commodity rate models, address customer requests, and support statutory and contractual requirements for any proposed rate change.
Create new cost recovery methods, run reconciliations, and review and analyze results for Energy Charge Adjustment (ECA) processes.
Contribute to rate setting processes, calculate customer bills for impact analyses, gather rate assumptions and inputs, develop supporting rate data, verify rates for accuracy, then communicate outcomes to stakeholders.
Generate customer savings and cost-benefit reports by comparing to existing market conditions in New York state.
Lead the research on COS, rate engineering and market administration related to cost setting and recovery methods and trends, including monitoring and interpreting utilities, NYISO and PSC tariffs and procedures.
Calculate Hydroelectric Rate Stabilization Reserve (“RSR”), analyze the subject costs (operating and capital costs) and revenues (UCAP and ancillary services sales), and communicate RSR report to customer.
Provide data for response to FOIL (Freedom of Information Law) requests.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of the electric utility industry, NYISO, Public Service Commission policies and ruling, and FERC policy.
Ability to perform statistical and quantitative analysis of financial, marketing and utility tariff data to make recommendations.
Excellent organizational, communication and project management skills with exceptional follow through and attention to detail. Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple projects within varying competing deadlines.
Identify process automation and improvement opportunities to improve efficiency.
Excellent organizational, communication and project management skills with exceptional follow through and attention to detail.
Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple projects with varying competing deadlines.
Strong ability to develop and deliver engaging, informative, well organized presentations.
Advanced verbal and written communication skills necessary for developing technical reports, writing critiques on technical documents and preparing technical procedures.
Advanced Microsoft Excel is required, including : pivot tables/charts, advanced sorting, vlookup, match, offset, data linking to Access, SAP and SQL databases, import of data from Excel, CSV and other flat file formats.
Education, Experience and Certifications
Bachelor’s degree required.
Minimum of 5 years of revenue, pricing and market analysis experience.
Experience with electric utility, energy market, energy commodities, or power trading.
The New York Power Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer