Junior Energy Analyst - London

Open for applications

Eco Energy World (‘EEW’), founded by Svante Kumlin, is an independent global developer of utility scale solar (photovoltaic) projects with a recognised track record since its establishment in 2008. The Group has developed circa 1300MW of assets, which it has deployed for major institutional investors in the global solar power industry across Europe and Asia-Pacific. EEW has a major pipeline of new opportunities to take advantage of the next wave of global subsidy free solar PV developments. Headquartered in London, the Group are currently developing assets in the UK, Spain, Italy, Sweden, and Australia. The company has recently expanded to the US market and opened offices in NYC. For further information, please visit www.eew.solar.

The Role

EEW are seeking for a Junior Energy Analyst to join our dynamic team in London. This is an exciting opportunity for a recent graduate interested in the renewable energy industry to gain practical experience within this leading renewable energy company. Working under the supervision of the senior managers, you will be providing support to the project team.

Key Responsibilities
  • Supporting the 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

Essential Requirements
  • Degree in Engineering, either completed or due to complete from a leading university.

  • Knowledge of the technologies used within renewable energy production

  • Knowledge of financial modelling

  • Competency in MS office product suite including Excel, Word and PowerPoint

  • Intellectual rigor and discipline

  • The candidate should possess a broad set of quantitative, qualitative and interpersonal skills, and be a strong team player able to work under pressure

The right candidate will work from our office in London and will interact with the global offices in Madrid, Monaco, New York, Australia and Sweden having a high degree of independence and working with a very dynamic team. The successful candidate will receive an attractive remuneration package and an opportunity to be part of the company’s share performance plan.