Join our team this summer and be a part of shaping the future energy mix

Source: 1/5/2024, Location: Europe

Deep Wind Offshore and Endra are looking for students for projects within offshore wind and solar power.

Deep Wind Offshore will build, operate and own offshore wind farms around the world. So far, in partnership with EDF Renewables in Norway and bp in South Korea, and with great progress in Sweden. With the support of strong financial and industrial owners in Octopus Energy, Knutsen OAS, Haugaland Kraft and Sunnhordland Kraftlag, we are developing a new industry in its purest form.

Endra AS will develop, own and operate large-scale solar power plants in Norway and the Nordic region. With expertise in developing large-scale solar power and solid, all-Norwegian ownership, Endra is a long-term player well positioned to contribute to rapid growth in solar power production in the Nordic region.

Since offshore wind and solar power are not regulated, like other renewable energy sources, it is necessary to establish smart strategies to balance the energy supply throughout the hours, days, weeks and months. This will be beneficial to society because it contributes to more even electricity prices and increases the availability of power.

Deep Wind Offshore and Endra are looking for two master's students, ideally, an economist, engineer or industrial ecologist, to take on the challenge of looking at possible solutions within this topic based on profitability, security of supply/grid utilization, sustainability, and innovation.

Innovative and project-specific tasks
Professional and personal development
Good guidance and follow-up of project teams and professional resources
Participation in Sildikon Valley and related activities together with other students
An exciting, social and interdisciplinary environment with experienced and friendly colleagues
The work period will tentatively be from mid-June to mid-August (6 weeks or more)
Workplace: Haugesund.?

Economist with expertise in economics and/or finance
Engineer with expertise in electrical power engineering, electrical or mechanical engineering
Industrial economist, preferably with specialization in risk, finance, etc.
Industrial ecologist

Renewable energy and development of offshore wind and/or solar power
Excellent presentation skills in Norwegian and English, both written and oral
Structured and independent, but also a good team player
Enjoy working in an interdisciplinary, busy and flexible working environment ?

Challenges related to balancing unregulated renewable energy production in the power grid.

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