Req. # 11734
Title: Energy Mgmt & Trading Intern (May - Aug 2013)
Location: St. Louis, Mo
This position will assist the Ameren Missouri Renewables Department in analyzing various options used in development of the overall Renewable Strategy.
Specifically, this position will provide much needed research regarding the supply and demand analysis of renewable resources based on the current renewable
portfolio standards across the United States.
-Research the various renewable standards that currently exist in order to project overall need in the amount of MWhs required to meet the standards over time
-Analyze the number of viable projects being proposed to be constructed over the same time frame in order to develop an estimate to the production (in MWHs)
that would be generated; A comparison would then yield whether the supply and demand of renewable MWhs are in balance in order to meet the compliance forecasts
-Determine whether a surplus of MWhs would exist for use by those utilities that may opt not to build generation for compliance purposes but to instead procure
the surplus amount (if any) of Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) available in the market
- This work performed by the intern will raise their understanding of energy issues, renewable energy development and how utilities work to meet state and federal
compliance issues, balancing costs with requirements to provide safe, reliable and affordable electricity
-Assist with the rollout/process improvement of the new Fuelworx Coal Management System
-Documentation of current and future process
-Assist in report definition and development
-Assist in replacing legacy systems and spreadsheets with consistent data generated from Fuelworx
-Assist with testing and implementation of oil/limestone/activated carbon
-Assist with testing of interface between Fuelworx and A/P and Zai Net
Must be in student status (graduate or undergraduate) in an Accounting, Communications, Marketing, Statistics, Political Science, or Renewable energy
program from an accredited college or university. Completed course work through the sophomore level with a GPA of 2.5 or higher required.