Financial Analyst

Redeux Energy is seeking a Financial Analyst with strong analytical and modeling skills to evaluate the economics of utility-scale solar and storage renewable energy development projects. The person selected for this role will help maintain our project models, evaluate investment opportunities, and work closely with the leadership team on Redeux’s corporate financial projections. 

About Redeux Energy 

Redeux Energy is an early- to mid-stage utility-scale clean energy development company executing strategies to transform greenfield, brownfield and industrial lands into solar, battery storage, and hybrid projects. Our customers are independent power producers (“IPPs”), utilities, and large industrials who acquire pre-construction projects to build, own and operate.   

Redeux is executing a multi-market development plan across the US with a focus on WECC, ERCOT, MISO, SERC, and adjacent regions. In addition to traditional “greenfield” project development, Redeux targets brownfield redevelopment opportunities to transition fossil to clean-energy solutions that utilize existing infrastructure while reducing liabilities of legacy operations.  

Redeux’s leadership team brings decades and gigawatts of experience in solar and storage project development, offtake origination, financing, engineering, construction, and operations. We are comprised of senior talent from leading renewable industry companies including AES, Acciona, Avangrid, Borrego, EDPR, NextEra, National Grid, RES, Scout Clean Energy, Tesla, CLS and KPMG.  

This is a unique opportunity to join a well-capitalized, high-growth, industry-leading development platform.   

Position Responsibilities: 

The Financial Analyst will collaborate with multiple cross-functional teams (Land, Development, Corporate Development, and Market Strategy) as well as externally with consultants, banks, and potential partners. This position is based at Redeux’s headquarters in Denver, Colorado, and reports to the VP of Finance. 

  • Develop and maintain financial models and analysis for renewable energy projects. 
  • Assist in building models, tools, process, and infrastructure that supports the organization’s accuracy, efficiency, and scalability. 
  • Work across internal departments, external consultants, and stakeholders to organize key inputs. 
  • Review and assist with negotiating term sheets and definitive documentation by converting terms into modeled project analyses. 
  • Develop and deliver internal / external investment presentations and briefs. 
  • Assist in preparation of corporate budgets, forecasts, and analyses. 
  • Prepare “ad hoc” financial analyses and sensitivities to support a variety of development and corporate decisions and negotiations. 
  • Support senior team members in the structuring, negotiating, and execution of transactions. 


Our ideal candidate will have 2+ years of experience in the renewable energy industry working with project finance models, including modeling tax equity and debt structures. The candidate has extensive experience using Excel and has a solid understanding of financial concepts such as time value of money, internal rate of return, cash flow analysis, debt, and tax credits. Key qualifications as follows: 

  • Expertise in tax equity modeling including capital accounts, depreciation, and buyouts (preferred) 
  • Exceptional analytical skills and understanding of relevant financial and mathematical modeling techniques. 
  • Strong quantitative aptitude with an extremely high level of attention to detail 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with an ability to express ideas effectively and fluently. 
  • Ability to synthesize and organize large amounts of data. 
  • A strong sense of personal responsibility and ownership of work products. 
  • Entrepreneurial, ownership-minded professional with a strong interest in supporting renewable development growth. 
  • Self-motivated and driven with a high level of initiative and creative problem-solving skills. 
  • Able to thrive in a fast-paced business environment and manage multiple projects with competing deadlines 
  • Ability to work collaboratively with cross-functional teams 
  • Bachelor’s degree with high academic achievement; Master’s degree, CFA and/or CPA a plus. 
  • Highly proficient in MS Excel, MS Word, and MS PowerPoint 

Culture and Compensation 
Redeux Energy is building an entrepreneurial team with a culture of accountability, integrity, innovation, and drive.  We offer pay commensurate with experience along with excellent benefits including: 

  • Competitive cash compensation $67,000 – $85,000 
  • Performance-based, incentive plan 
  • Competitive benefits package including dental, vision, health 
  • 401(k) plan with company match and immediate vesting 
  • Flexible work schedules and time-off policies 

Application Process

Please utilize the Linked In posting to submit your cover letter and resume into the system directly.