Regulatory Intelligence Intern (Spring 2023)

Washington, DC, DC, United States
12 days ago

Job Description

Regulatory Intelligence Intern

Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) is a national association of businesses that are making the energy we use secure, clean, and affordable. We work to accelerate the move to 100% clean energy and electrified transportation in the U.S. AEE is the only industry association in the U.S. that represents the full range of advanced energy technologies and services, both grid-scale and distributed. Advanced energy includes energy efficiency, demand response, energy storage, wind, solar, hydro, electric vehicles, and more. AEE represents more than 100 companies in the $240 billion U.S. advanced energy industry, which employs 3.2 million U.S. workers.  
AEE’s mission is transforming public policy to enable rapid growth of advanced energy businesses. We educate, engage, and advocate in more than a dozen states, in wholesale electricity markets, and at the federal level for executive actions, legislation, and regulations that expand the size and value of markets for advanced energy products and services. We also offer business intelligence products and select business development opportunities to help advanced energy companies grow. 


Position Description 
AEE is looking for a Regulatory Intelligence intern for Spring 2022 to assist its Decision Maker Education and Engagement and PowerSuite Intelligence teams, which includes helping to update our PowerSuite online policy tool and assisting with research and writing. The Regulatory Intelligence intern will have the opportunity to build a knowledge base and develop an area of expertise in energy regulation as well as develop the ability to relay complex energy policy topics through written and verbal communication. AEE is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and this internship is open to those in the D.C. region and as a remote opportunity.  



  • Maintain database of regulatory and legislative policy proceedings  
  • Assist members of our Decision Maker Engagement and Education team with research and written reports  
  • Update advanced energy profiles of new and existing Public Utilities Commissioners in priority states  
  • Craft analysis and summaries of regulatory proceedings and legislation in PowerSuite  
  • Other duties as assigned                          



  • Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, SharePoint, Word, etc.)  
  • Excellent time management and work ownership abilities  
  • Strong organizational skills with a keen attention to detail  
  • Interest in building a knowledge of granular energy policy  
  • Interest in the advanced energy field or public policy as a career                                   


Special Application Instructions             
To be considered for this internship, submit a resume and cover letter expressing why this position and organization interest you.   

Dates: Flexible, but late January through late May preferred   
Location: Either U.S. remote or hybrid in our Washington D.C. office (per candidate preference) 
Hours: Between 15 to 30 hours per week  
Compensation: Academic Credit or $16.10/hr in select states*

*If an intern is not receiving academic credit AND is working in a state where AEE is registered as a business, they will be paid at a rate of $16.10 per hour. Candidates in all other states are welcome to apply for an academic credit internship. AEE is registered in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, IL, ME, MD, MA, MO, NC, NV, OH, RI, TX, UT, VA, WA, and WI.

Advanced Energy Economy is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, sex, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances. We are committed to diversity in the workplace and promote a drug-free environment.