Tesla plans a power trading team as the company expands battery projects

Carmaker Tesla’s logo appears on May 14, 2021, in a shop in London, Britain. REUTERS / Matthew Childs

September 8 (Reuters) – Electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc. (TSLA.O) is looking for workers in the energy business team that supports battery and renewable energy projects, according to a post on Tesla’s website and the site LinkedIn.com.

The company is currently expanding its operations to include indoor solar and large battery storage facilities, which account for a small portion of its total revenue. In Texas, it recently launched an electric shopping cart.

Julian Lami, a senior software development engineer for Tesla, focused on energy trading and marketing in a LinkedIn post this week.

Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

“Tesla Energy is going to be a power provider that is divided in terms of housing and utility balance,” said John McKellan, managing director of Orex Group Recruitment.

According to a job description on Tesla’s website, the company plans to use an in-house automated trading platform called “Batteries for Multiple Wholesale Energy Markets”.

The job requires expertise in wholesale electricity markets, and the candidate will be using “busderder” to direct commercial and real-time jobs for battery, solar and wind projects in the wholesale energy markets.

According to a post by a senior energy business analyst in Polo Alto, California.

Last month, Tesla Energy Ventures applied to the Texas Public Utilities Commission to become a retailer of electricity.

Hyun Joo Jean in Denver and Han Francisco in Liverpool Hampton; Edited by Lisa Shumari and Jonathan Otis

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