Primergy Solar is focused exclusively on acquiring, developing, and owning solar, and solar + storage, and standalone energy assets in the North American market. Primergy is wholly owned by Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners – a $1.6 billion private equity fund specializing in investing in renewable energy. Primergy is growing our small, experienced team to manage the significant growth in our business. We offer a fun, entrepreneurial culture, competitive compensation, and the opportunity to work with an experienced, achievement-oriented team.


The Project Developer will be responsible for the development of solar, solar + storage and energy storage projects through project management, contract negotiation, and transaction support across a pipeline of projects targeting wholesale power markets in the US and Canada. The successful candidate will have at least 2 years of experience in the energy industry, specifically in North America energy infrastructure development, the ability to effectively communicate complex ideas, and the ability and enthusiasm to drive projects forward.

Responsibilities include:

  • Development of utility-scale solar power generation facilities within the United States and Canadian markets.
  • Manage all aspects of solar and solar+energy storage project development from initial greenfield or acquisition efforts through to the start of construction.
  • Support and conduct due diligence on development-stage project and portfolio acquisitions, including comparison and prioritization of multiple opportunities based on risks, schedules, valuations, investment criteria, and other project metrics.
  • Ability to communicate and sync cross-functionally, including off-take M&A, Origination, Transmission, Legal, Project Finance, Engineering, Procurement, and Construction team members regularly to minimize project risks.
  • Identify, propose and implement creative or alternative project development approaches that reduce exposure to permitting risks, optimize development schedules or drive additional project value. 
  • Manage and administer development services agreements with local or regional development partners.
  • Work with finance department during financial feasibility analysis, evaluation, and during the project debt and tax equity financing processes.
  • Manage project budgets, objectives, schedules, and deliverables for assigned development projects.
  • Travel to site locations to meet with landowners and evaluate sites.
  • Negotiate tax abatements, land use agreements, mitigation settlements, and various other agreements.
  • Engage community, local, state and federal institutions for project support.
  • Manage contractors, vendors, and consultants to maintain project timeline, value optimization, and budget.
  • Secure permits and ensure and environmental compliance throughout the development, construction, and operation of projects.
  • Coordinate and provide input to project interconnection requests, load-flow and congestion studies, and other necessary aspects of securing project transmission.
  • Provide market intelligence feedback to the M&A team to inform on the development and acquisition strategies.
  • Highly energetic and results-driven with a teamwork attitude.
  • 5% - Other duties as assigned
  • Approximately 30% travel required


  • Requires an undergraduate degree.
  • 3+ years of relevant renewable energy development experience.
  • Experience with and understanding of project development.
  • Solar development and energy storage development experience is preferred.


  • Unparalleled honesty and integrity.
  • Experience developing renewable energy projects is required.
  • Create control and influence over the costs, terms, and schedules of key project milestones.
  • Understanding of the relationships within a project schedule to prioritize teams’ resource allocation.
  • Commercial mindset, strong prioritization, communication, and organizational skills are required.
  • Knowledge of utility-scale renewable power generation development.
  • Ability to quickly step into new tasks and adapt to unique circumstances in a dynamic environment.
  • Successfully operating in a geographically dispersed organization is a plus.
  • Willingness to work extended hours, when necessary.

Primergy Solar is an equal opportunity employer and committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. We welcome all applicants regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.