Let’s make (the) green hydrogen happen together.
We're on a mission to drive the global energy transition, and we need more people to help us turn the green hydrogen dream into reality.
Energy Engineer – Green Hydrogen
EEW H2 is a spin-off company from EEW Eco Energy World (www.eew.solar) focussing on developing and operating green hydrogen plants with a target of 3GW electrolyser facilities operational by 2030, with target markets across Australia, US and Europe. Our first project is planned as a ~300MW facility operational by 2026, using our existing solar asset in Raglan in Central Queensland, Australia to produce green ammonia to export to South Korea/Japan.
EEW Eco Energy World (‘EEW’), founded by entrepreneur Svante Kumlin is an independent global pure-play renewable energy projects developer, historically focusing on utility-scale solar photovoltaic (‘PV’) projects, having expanded recently to solar plus battery storage systems (‘BESS’) projects and currently also targeting servicing the green hydrogen industry. Since 2012, EEW has developed 21 solar PV projects totalling approximately 1.3 GW across UK, Australia and Spain. The group now has a global solar project pipeline of approximately 10.1 GW across Europe, Australia and America.
This is an exciting opportunity for a Junior Energy Engineer interested in Green Hydrogen industry to gain practical experience within this leading renewable energy company. Working under the supervision of the Head of Projects, you will be providing support to the project team in the development of our Green Hydrogen project development activities in the Australian market.
The position is to be based either in London, Dubai, or in Australia where our offices are based.
The Junior Energy Engineer will have significant responsibilities from day one and become an integral part of the team. Key responsibilities include:
· Supporting the hydrogen team, in particular on the literature reviews, desktop research, financial modelling as well as preparation of internal materials including internal reports and presentations
· Quantitative and qualitative analysis
· Technology cost-benefit analysis and feasibility studies
· Stakeholder engagement and workshop organisation
· Information synthesis, extracting key insights and developing recommendations
· Writing reports and developing summary presentations
· Business development support and proposal writing
· Degree in Chemical Engineering, from a leading university.
· Knowledge of the technologies used within hydrogen production
· Knowledge in ammonia production is a plus
· Understanding of financial modelling
· Competency in MS office product suite including Excel, Word and PowerPoint
· Intellectual rigor and discipline
· Ability to organize and perform work efficiently
· The candidate should possess a broad set of quantitative, qualitative and interpersonal skills, and be a strong team player able to work under pressure
If this sounds like you then we'd love to hear from you.