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NextWave Partners USA is exclusively working with a global leader focussed on the development and management of solar energy projects.
The client will have 850MWs operational by the end of this year and 1 GWs by the end of next year. Therefore, this is a very exciting time for the business and this Director of Business Development will take the PPAs and energize these different projects.
The Director- Business Development will lead the origination, structuring and closing of financeable off-take arrangements (PPAs, CfDs, hedges, etc.) for large scale solar and storage projects.
Director- Business Development will lead regional business development efforts for large-scale solar and storage origination, including transaction strategies, commercial negotiations, sector business intelligence, client relationship development and project underwriting.
Director- Business Development will originate, structure and negotiate and close off-take agreements. They will manage cross-functional collaboration with development and finance teams to advance site developments and underwriting.
Director- Business Development will closely follow ERCOT & WECC industry trends, pricing and competitor activities, including regulatory/ financial incentives, PPA pricing and structured financing transactions.
Director- Business Development will have 5+ years of U.S. power markets experience, executing commercial transactions, overseeing business intelligence/strategies and employing fundamentals of solar project off-take structures and finance.
Director- Business Development will have 5+ years of experience in utility-scale solar in an origination, or development role.
Director - Business Development will have a strong track record in structuring and negotiating commercial transactions. Must have experience in ERCOT, CAISO and WECC market structure and off-take opportunities.
Reaching Out: For a confidential discussion, please send in your CV to Sana Anjum at email@example.com or call her at +1 (929) 353-7160 (Direct Line).