The Heat is Power Association, the not-for-profit national trade association for the Waste Heat to Power industry, is seeking qualified applicants for its Executive Director position.
Start Date: June 1, 2021
Application Deadline: May 1, 2021
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Organization: The Heat is Power Association (HiP) is the trade association representing the Waste Heat to Power (WHP) industry in state and federal policy forums across the United States. WHP technologies use waste heat from industrial processes and large commercial heat sources to generate electricity with no additional fuel, no combustion, and no incremental emissions. WHP is an often over-looked zero emission, clean energy generation resource with enormous potential to decarbonize the Commercial and Industrial (C&I) sectors in the United States, North America and globally. HiP educates decision makers about the clean energy and cost savings benefits of WHP and advocates for energy and tax policies that incentivize and level the playing field for WHP project investment and deployment. https://www.heatispower.org/staging/7131/
Job Responsibilities: This is an exciting part-time position leading a small, but growing, niche clean tech advocacy organization. Responsibilities include: organizational leadership and management; budgeting; quarterly meetings; member recruitment; one-on-one member interaction; HiP committee coordination; public speaking and presentations; generate position papers and reports on WHP; maintaining fresh website content; building and maintaining state programs database; providing regular member updates on energy policy proposals, webinars and proceedings, RFI/RFPs, and other news in the WHP arena; working with Members to formulate state and federal policy positions; leading policy initiatives; work with HiP Federal Affairs Director and HiP Member companies to educate Congress, regulators and other policymakers on the value of WHP; providing comments and testimony before state public utility commissions and regulators; maintain and building relationships with other clean tech organizations.
Sources of Support: The Executive Director’s work is supported by a Federal Affairs Director, who helps track and provide regular updates and opportunities to engage on federal policy issues impacting WHP. Website development/occasional support and marketing assistance are also available. HiP benefits from an engaged and helpful Board of Directors who provide regular
Qualifications: Experience in WHP, combined heat and power, or other clean tech sector or related fields; policy analysis, development, and advocacy experience at state and/or federal levels; organizational leadership, budgeting, and fundraising experience.
Compensation: This is contractor position starting at a base retainer commensurate with qualifications. Anticipated time commitment is up to 40 hours/month. The position offers the potential to increase compensation over time tied to growing membership or diversifying funding streams.
The Heat is Power Association (HiP) is the trade association for the waste heat to power (WHP) industry. WHP uses waste heat from
industrial processes to generate electricity with no additional fuel, no combustion, and no incremental emissions. HiP educates policy
makers about clean energy from waste heat and advocates for policies that provide parity for WHP with other sources of clean energy.
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