We try to keep the Energy Transition Model as up to date as possible when it comes to the technologies, sectors and options covered. Will you help us do so?
We are looking for an intern that:
We are offering internship positions in which you will take part in researching and implementing new technologies and additions to the ETM. Currently we are considering the following topics for energy research internships (list may change):
The work will mostly consist of literature research and some implementation into the back end of the ETM.
The work will mostly consist of designing improvements of the model and implementation into the back end of the ETM.
As soon as possible.
We are always extending and improving the Energy Transition Model (ETM). Currently, we are working on making the ETM available to all municipalities, neighbourhoods and streets in the Netherlands.
We can make sure that your internship has a sufficiently academic character, yet contributes to a product that people need to be able to use.
We have ample experience in conducting academic research. Since we supervise about three to four interns each year, we also have the required experience in guiding academic research.
Internships last a minimum of 6 months. We do not encourage a shorter period since it will take a significant amount of time to get to know the field of energy thoroughly. Longer periods are an option.
Our office in Amsterdam. You will be allowed to spend some of your time at another location (e.g. the university) if required.
Interns receive remuneration of 500 Euros per month. Travel expenses will be reimbursed.
Please send your resume, a motivation letter and a list of your grades to email@example.com. If you live abroad, the interview can be held on Skype or FaceTime.
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.