At Quintel, we aim to help governments and organisations better understand how we will consume and produce energy in the future. Developers are responsible building and maintaining applications to provide this insight.
Quintel's main project is the Energy Transition Model, made up of two parts: the ETModel frontend and ETEngine backend. We're committed to our work being as open and transparent as possible, and many of our projects are open-source.
Quintel is a small company, and your contributions as a developer can therefore have a huge impact. Developers at Quintel may one day be working on application code calculating energy flows or network loads, and on the next will be crafting beautiful front-end user experiences.
Much of our work is open-source and can be viewed on the company GitHub account.
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We help our clients answer questions like: "If everybody switched to electric cars, how many solar or wind plants would have to be built?". The ETM is used by companies, governmental organizations and NGOs to evaluate strategies dealing with the need to change the energy system and bring down greenhouse gas emissions.
Quintel develops the Energy Transition Model and is a Dutch company, with an office in the centre of Amsterdam. Our team gets the work done during office hours, so that we can enjoy our evenings, with the occasional after-work drinks.