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Energy Analyst (Revenue Requirement)
Austin Energy is a growing, dynamic, municipal utility in Austin, Texas. Serving as the 3rd largest community-owned utility in the nation, Austin Energy serves more than 500k customers with an annual budget of over $1.5B, with over 2,000 employees. As a department of the City of Austin, the Austin City Council sets the Utility’s policies and strategic direction. This position is for an electric-industry revenue requirement analyst who will, in support of rate changes, develop Austin Energy’s wholesale and retail revenue requirements, acquiring plant and expense information from Austin Energy’s books, records, and accounting systems, re-organizing the information from municipal accounting codes into the FERC’s uniform system of accounts. As needed, the analyst will implement adjus


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