Manager - European Market Fundamentals & Analysis

Zagreb, HR /
Altenex Energy – Energy Advisory - Europe /
/ Hybrid
Altenex Energy, a subsidiary of U.S. company Edison Energy, is an independent advisor for commercial, industrial, and institutional energy users, delivering data-driven and integrated energy solutions in Europe. This includes providing comprehensive renewable energy advisory and procurement services focused on analyzing and mitigating risk, while improving sustainability within each client’s energy portfolio. 
Empowering organizations to manage the key challenges of cost, carbon, and complex choices, the Altenex team helps clients design energy and sustainability strategies, find the optimal renewable energy projects and products, structure contract terms that minimize risk, and manage growing renewables portfolios in unison with traditional power supply. 
Altenex Energy and Edison Energy are wholly owned subsidiaries of Edison International (NYSE: EIX). 
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The manager of European markets will provide insight and expert analysis of electricity markets across Europe. The Market Fundamentals team provides market insights, price forecasts, and PPA analysis to support client engagements. This role will help enhance the company’s electricity market modeling capabilities and integrate the modeling process into the company’s broader renewables support.

Essential Functions:

    • Manage build out of in-house electricity market models for European energy markets;
    • Work closely with U.S. based colleagues to align analytics approach and inputs development across the company;
    • Collaborate closely with European colleagues to ensure streamlined client support;
    • Act as subject matter expert on energy and carbon markets and analytics process, with ability to explain market model inputs/outputs to senior executives and other stakeholders, both internally and externally;
    • Monitor market developments and provide analysis of critical changes;
    • Track key regulatory changes within specific European markets by: attending conferences, sustaining relationships with relevant third-party data service providers, and working with junior staff to conduct appropriate research. 


    • Bachelor’s and/or Master’s in engineering, mathematics, or a related quantitative field;
    • High level of quantitative & analytical skills with 6+ years of relevant work experience providing quantitative analysis, electricity market modeling, and/or consulting; 
    • Ability to work independently and manage task development and deadlines;
    • Broad knowledge of European power industry structures, policies, regulations, and market fundamentals;
    • Familiarity with recent trends in conventional generation, renewables, energy storage, distributed generation, and transmission development;
    • Ability to translate model outputs and articulate impact of results on client decisions;
    • Advanced proficiency in Excel;
    • Experience with commercial production cost and capacity expansion modeling software: PSO/Enelytix, PLEXOS, ProMOD, BID3, GE MAPS, Dayzer, etc.