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Work with the Clean Coalition

The Clean Coalition team of talented, motivated, and passionate individuals is determined to accelerate the transition to renewable energy and a modern grid through technical, policy, and project development expertise.

We offer a flexible atmosphere of working remotely, but thrive as a high-performing team tackling challenging work. The Clean Coalition drives policy innovation to remove barriers to procurement and interconnection of distributed energy resources (DER) — such as local renewables, advanced inverters, demand response, and energy storage — and we establish market mechanisms that realize the full potential of integrating these solutions. The Clean Coalition also collaborates with utilities and municipalities to create near-term deployment opportunities that prove the technical and financial viability of local renewables and other DER.

The Clean Coalition is a growing organization and is looking for new team members to help achieve our mission. If you are qualified and eager to help advance clean local energy, then please apply to one of our open positions below.

Associate Engineer, Santa Barbara

The Clean Coalition seeks a full-time Associate Engineer based in the City of Santa Barbara to advance our Solar Microgrid and Community Microgrid work. Solar Microgrids are solar-driven microgrids that serve individual facilities, while Community Microgrids harness local solar and other distributed energy resources (DER) to achieve a new approach for designing and operating the electric grid and delivering an unparalleled trifecta of economic, environmental, and resilience benefits to communities. To learn more, read the full job description.

Development Director

The Clean Coalition seeks a full-time Development Director, based in the San Francisco Bay Area, to lead fund development and management efforts. Ideal candidates will bring proven success securing grants from private foundations and contracts from government agencies, along with experience managing a portfolio of major donors and knowledge of renewable energy policy and practices. The Development Director reports to the Executive Director and works with other Clean Coalition staff to meet a $2 million annual budget. To learn more, read the full job description.

Program Engineer

The Clean Coalition seeks a full-time Program Engineer based in the San Francisco Bay Area to advance our Community Microgrid Initiative. Community Microgrids provide a new approach for designing and operating the electric grid, relying heavily on DER to achieve a more sustainable, resilient, and cost-effective energy system. Community resilience is a key driver for the microgrid systems we design and build. To learn more, read the full job description.

Santa Barbara Program Manager

The Clean Coalition seeks a full-time Program Manager based in the Santa Barbara, California area to advance the Clean Coalition’s Montecito Community Microgrid Initiative and related projects. This role requires an engineering background and project scoping, development, and management experience. This role reports to a Program Director. Much of the Program Manager’s work can be done from a home office located in Santa Barbara or Goleta. There will be regular requirements for in-person participation in meetings and events. To learn more, read the full job description.

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Slouching toward a microgrid tariff in California

In an op-ed for Energy Central, Communications Director Rosana Francescato discusses what it will take to fulfill SB 1339’s promise of commercializing microgrids across the state.

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Brighter Future: A Study on Solar in U.S Schools | Third Edition

Generation 180's Brighter Futures Report highlights the Clean Coalition's work staging solar microgrids at the Santa Barbara Unified School District.

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Slouching toward a California microgrid tariff

What will it take to fulfill SB 1339’s promise of commercializing microgrids across the state?

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