EPEX SPOT is looking for a Public and Regulatory Affairs Officer Fluent in English and in French.
The European Power Exchange EPEX SPOT SE operate physical short-term electricity markets in 13 countries: Central Western Europe, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the Nordics and in Poland. The heart of our business is to bring together electricity supply and demand across Europe.
EPEX SPOT plays a pivotal role in the energy sector. We help ensure that the market price of electricity remains accurate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by offering our members the right products for power trading. Striving for the well-functioning Internal Energy Market, EPEX SPOT shares its expertise with partners across the European continent and beyond. 303 companies have traded 614.8 TWh (about 30 b€ worth) of electricity on EPEX in 2020.
EPEX SPOT is a dynamic and fast paced company which operates in a constantly moving landscape of the energy transition and the FinTech industries. We shape the future of the European power market by supporting decarbonisation, decentralisation, digitalisation. Innovation is our tool to contribute, every day, to a more sustainable society and to facilitate the energy transition.
Passionate and creative individuals collectively make its success. We are defined by our friendly and trustful team-oriented atmosphere, our innovative mindset and customer orientation. We want our people to feel like they are part of our corporate family and we empower our talents. We offer you the opportunity to be part of this endeavour. Do you want to change the world of power? Join us!
EPEX SPOT is a European company, based in Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, London and Vienna. EPEX SPOT is member of EEX Group, part of Deutsche Börse. European electricity transmission system operators hold 49% of EPEX SPOT through HGRT.
EPEX SPOT is looking for a Public and Regulatory Affairs Officer to join the team in Paris. You will be part of the Public & Regulatory Affairs and Communications Department, supporting mainly political and regulatory activities towards public stakeholders from French and European countries.