Senior Quantitative Energy Analyst

Burlington, ON / Remote, Mexico
North America – Energy Supply Advisory - Renewables - Market Fundamentals & Analysis /
Full-time /
From three brands to one vision. 
Edison Energy, and affiliated companies Alfa Energy and Altenex Energy, recently united under one new global name and brand - Trio. Trio provides integrated strategy and implementation services – in sustainability, renewables, energy procurement, conventional supply, energy optimization and transportation electrification – to help the world’s largest organizations meet their strategic, financial, and sustainability goals. 
In October 2022, Alfa Energy, which began operations in the UK in 1995 and later expanded into a number of countries in Europe, joined the Edison Energy group in order to provide integrated sustainability and energy advisory services to clients across North America and Europe. 
We made the decision to unify under a single global name and brand as a way to accelerate the company’s approach to serving clients by providing you with a set of integrated sustainability and energy offerings across diverse sectors and geographies. 
With our new name and brand, we look forward to continuing our progress towards fulfilling our strategic vision and purpose - to guide the world’s largest businesses at every step of their decarbonization journeys. 
The Trio family of companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of Edison International (NYSE: EIX). 

Position Overview:

The Senior Quantitative Energy Analyst will provide insights and expert analysis of electricity markets across the U.S. The Market Fundamentals and Analysis team provides market insights, price forecasts, and PPA cash flow evaluations to support client engagements. This role will help enhance the company’s electricity market modeling capabilities and integrate the electricity price forecasts into the company’s broader analytical process.

Essential Functions:

    • Independently build out of in-house electricity market forecasts for specific U.S. markets.
    • Develop tools for automating model updates and improving model integration with other in-house analytics tools.
    • Collaborate closely with other teams to ensure streamlined client support and appropriate data warehousing.
    • Articulate and explain market model inputs/outputs to internal stakeholders with market analysis, modeling, & assessments of market impacts.
    • Monitor market developments and provide analysis of critical changes.
    • Track key regulatory changes within specific markets through research and attending conferences.


    • Bachelor’s and/or Master’s in engineering, mathematics, or a related quantitative field.
    • High level of quantitative & analytical skills with 3+ years of relevant work experience in: quantitative energy analysis, electricity market modeling, and/or consulting.  
    • Ability to work independently and manage task development and deadlines.
    • Broad knowledge of U.S. power industry structures, policies, regulations, and market fundamentals.
    • Familiarity with recent trends in conventional generation, renewables, energy storage, distributed generation, and transmission development.
    • Strong experience using one or more scientific programming languages such as Python, or R.
    • Experience working with commercial production cost and capacity expansion modeling software: PSO/Enelytix, PLEXOS, ProMOD, Gridview, Aurora, GE MAPS, Dayzer, etc..
    • Ability to translate model outputs and articulate impact of results on client decisions.
    • Advanced proficiency in Excel.
    • Proficiency in English
    • Familiarity with PowerBI or Tableau for data analysis, visualization, and dashboard development.
Don't meet all the requirements? Please still apply if you think you are the right person for the position. We are always keen to speak to people who connect with our mission and objectives.

Cover Letters are preferred!

Edison Energy is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. We are a proud Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national original, age, disability, protected veteran status or any other protected status.   

NOTE: Edison Energy Group is not the same company as Southern California Edison, the utility, and Edison Energy Group is not regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission.