Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of power supply markets and economics.
Considerable knowledge of the financial, institutional, and engineering characteristics of the region's electric power system.
Knowledge of both current and potential economic and engineering developments relating to generation and transmission systems.
Ability to master state, regional, and national energy policy issues relating to electric utilities, natural gas and other heating fuels, electric and thermal energy efficiency, and energy use in transportation.
Experience with data management and analytics tools (e.g., ArcGIS, SQL, Power BI) and awareness of data processing and computer capabilities as they relate to utility planning, finance, engineering, alternate systems, and cost projections.
Ability to organize and conduct major technical studies of complex utilities issues confronting the state, to draw appropriate conclusions and to present them in a logical and timely manner.
Ability to visualize cause and effect relationships between both tangible and intangible forces and conditions, particularly as they affect electric power systems and needs.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Ability to prepare and present clear, detailed reports.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.