Energy Newsletter

Dear MIT Energy Club,


Apply for the 2017 MIT Clean Energy Prize, which awards over $200,000, by February 17th! The MIT Clean Energy Prize is the oldest and largest student-run clean energy entrepreneurship competition in the US, and includes a rigorous mentorship process for finalists, who will be selected in early March.


As always, submit events or employment opportunities through our online form, and stay tuned for future updates on the MIT Energy Conference and MIT Energy Career Fair!



Ben Magolan & Libby DeLucia

Co-Presidents, MIT Energy Club

(New) additions and events This Week are identified below

MIT Energy Club Events

(1)  Starting a Nano Company in the Energy Space - Opportunities and Challenges (Feb 6)
(2)  MIT Energy Career Fair 2017 (Mar 2)
(3)  MIT Energy Conference 2017 (Mar 3)
MIT Events

(1)  IAP Course: IDS.S31 Decision Support Models for Low-Carbon Electric Power Systems (Jan 17)  (New)
(2)  MIT Green Labs IAP Session (Jan 17)
(3)  IAP Course: 12.095 Delivering Energy at Scale: Science, Technology, and Sustainable Development (Jan 17)
(4)  Climate Action Hands On: Harnessing Science with Communities to Cut Carbon (Jan 18)  (New)
(5)  Climate Preparedness in Massachusetts: How Systems Thinking Will Drive Technology and Policy (Jan 25)
(6)  LEED GA Workshop at MIT (Jan 25)
(7)  ESI's 2nd Annual Hackathon for Climate (Jan 27)
(8)  MIT IDEAS Generator Dinner (Feb 9)
(9)  MassCEC Microgrid & DER Controller Symposium (Feb 16)
(10)  Tour of the MIT Nuclear Research Reactor (Feb 16)  (New)
(11)  MIT Clean Energy Prize 2017 (Feb 17)  (New)
(12)  MIT Solve's Request for Fuel Challenge Proposals (Sep 27)
Non-MIT Events

(1)  London Business School CleanTech Challenge (Jan 31)
(2)  Columbia University Energy Case Competition (Feb 2)
(3)  Columbia University Energy Symposium (Feb 2)
(4)  Carnegie Mellon University's Energy Week 2017 (Mar 27)  (New)
Jobs, Grants, Fellowships

(1)  Harvard Environmental Fellows Program (Jan 18)
(2)  MIT IDEAS Entry Deadline (Jan 19)
(3)  Udall Undergraduate Scholarship
(4)  REsurety: Job & Internship Opportunities
(5)  Rethinking Power Management: Energy Engineer Opening in Boston
(6)  Rocky Mountain Institute: Summer Internship
(7)  Cambrian Innovation: Lab Technician Intern & Computational Modeling Intern  (New)
(8)  Shell Bangalore Summer 2017 Internships through MIT-India  (New)
(9)  Prelude Ventures: Venture Associate  (New)
(10)  Environmental Defense Fund: Program Analyst, Corporate Partnerships Program
(11)  Doosan GridTech: Power System Analytics, Engineer  (New)
(12)  Stem: Join a leader in the energy storage industry (Mar 1)
(13)  Nord Pool: International Sales Manager
MIT Energy Club Events

 (1) Starting a Nano Company in the Energy Space - Opportunities and Challenges
Monday, Feb 6, 2017 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm
E51-145 | Website

Speaker: Prof. Lars Montelius (CEO of the International Nanotechnology Laboratory). Prof. Lars Montelius is a speaker about entrepreneurship in the nano space and he has been a founder of 8 startups, of which two have been related to energy (though not directly on energy generation or distribution). One was at the energy and health nexus and one was on nano scale properties and physics which relates quite closely to energy dynamics.For more information on Prof. Lars Montelius, please visit

 (2) MIT Energy Career Fair 2017
Thursday, Mar 2, 2017 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Lobdell, MIT Student Center | Website

The MIT Energy Career Fair provides an intimate environment for top caliber students with a passion for energy and companies to connect. The 2016 Energy Career Fair connected PhD candidates, MBA students, and undergraduates from all majors with over 20 companies. This year, the Fair features even more companies with a diverse range of industries: clean tech, oil & gas, energy storage and management, energy consulting, etc. The event is open to all MIT and Harvard students.

 (3) MIT Energy Conference 2017
Friday, Mar 3, 2017 to Saturday, Mar 4, 2017
Boston Marriott Cambridge | Website

As the largest student-led energy conference in the US, the MIT Energy Conference has become a premier event to connect professionals, policymakers, academics, and students in the energy industry. In its 12th edition, the MIT Energy Conference explores changes in production and conversion, transmission and storage, and consumption with a focus on enabling the next energy paradigm. We will bring together leaders and visionaries from industry, government, the scientific community, and the private sector. Our 2017 keynote speakers include Dharmendra Pradhan, Indian Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Folorunsho Alakija, CEO of Famfa Oil and Ralph Izzo, CEO of PSEG. For more information on how to be involved please visit our website.
MIT Events

 (1) IAP Course: IDS.S31 Decision Support Models for Low-Carbon Electric Power Systems (New)
Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017 to Friday, Jan 27, 2017
E52-164 | Website

DATES: 9 sessions: January 17 to 20 and 23 to 27; 10am - 12.30pm and 2pm - 4.30pm. OVERVIEW: This 9-session, 6-credit, intensive course held by Professors from Comillas University and MIT presents power system analysis techniques that will help in modeling and understanding the role of electric power systems in a carbon-constrained economy. The massive deployment of intermittent renewables, the anticipated surge of active demand response or the development of smart grids are among the challenges that have to be faced by the mathematical models for optimization, analysis and simulation of the complex decision making processes in power systems. Apart from a theoretical description of the models, the instructors will provide the students with a collection of prototypes that will allow them to run study cases and to understand the effect of the different mathematical formulations on the outcomes. The use of these models in some real-world applications will also be presented. Enrollment is limited to 30. Priority sign-up by Jan 9th, by e-mail to: Claudio Vergara ( and Karen Tapia-Ahumada ( Listeners welcome at individual sessions.

 (2) MIT Green Labs IAP Session
Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
66-360 | Website

Green Labs is about managing your research work in a way that maximizes resource conservation. Come here the story of how 8 different labs competed for $5000 for greening their lab. You can see what practices may work for your lab and learn how to get your lab involved in the MIT Green Lab Certification Program.

 (3) IAP Course: 12.095 Delivering Energy at Scale: Science, Technology, and Sustainable Development
Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017 1:00 pm to Friday, Jan 20, 2017 5:00 pm
54-517 | Website

The class is for 4 days. Tuesday - Friday, January 17 - 20, 1 - 5 pm, in the Green Building, 54-517. For the first 2-1/2 sessions we take the students through the technologies of the upstream business - exploration geology and geophysics, drilling, petrophysics, reservoir engineering and production technology. To illustrate the business we use real data from a major frontier natural gas discovery and in the last day and a half the students break into teams and put together a notional development plan for the field. In addition to the technology, we place the field in a fictitious country with a new government, a benevolent dictatorship of sorts, and keep tossing different real life problems into the mix that impact the potential development, including environmental and social issues. Rich Sears co-teaches the class with another Shell retiree. They each have 40+ years experience in the business so are able to address many aspects of the business and answer questions you might have. Rich was initially a geophysicist and retired from Shell in 2009 as a senior executive. The other instructor, David Murphy is a petrophysicist and since retiring from Shell, he teaches industry courses through PetroSkills.

 (4) Climate Action Hands On: Harnessing Science with Communities to Cut Carbon (New)
Wednesday, Jan 18, 2017 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
4-153 | Website

Join MIT Alumni for Climate Action Leadership & Fossil Free MIT for a series of talks & activities on using citizen science to address climate change. This session features an introduction to citizen/community science networks in operation, including PublicLab. Learn about the future of community science and why climate science could benefit from a community approach. Part of a series with additional sessions on 1/23 at 9am in 10-150, 1/31 at 10am starting in Kresge parking lot, and 2/1 at 1pm in 4-153. Learn more at and RSVP at

 (5) Climate Preparedness in Massachusetts: How Systems Thinking Will Drive Technology and Policy
Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017 5:30 pm to Friday, Jan 27, 2017 9:00 pm
MIT Stata Center (Building 32) - Room 123 | Website

By the end of this century, the coast of Massachusetts is expected to witness a sea level rise between two and six feet. And superstorms are expected to become more frequent and more powerful. This will create an urgent need for society to respond in new and creative ways. Policy makers and technologists will need to take a broad and systems-based approach to energy policy - including resiliency, efficiency, grid infrastructure and urban design. Adaptation will be necessary, but will itself not be sufficient. Further carbon reduction strategies - especially renewable and energy efficiency - will also be necessary. Join us for a dive into the: Policies that will shape Massachusetts' strategy for future resiliency; Big data tools and models that will help us cope; and Private sector responses and technologies that will enable us to accelerate and expand our emerging energy economy, while simultaneously adapting to the changing climate.

 (6) LEED GA Workshop at MIT
Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
MIT - Building 66 - Room 201 | Website

Interested in getting involved in the Green Building Industry? Opportunities are plentiful in the field of sustainable design and LEED is at its forefront. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply a green-rating point system, or a scorecard. To date, this course and its materials have proven to be instrumental in helping over 6000 students pass their respective exam at a 100% pass rate. This course is offered at a quarter of the price and time as the competition and is geared at allowing students to graduate with letters after their name! Just as Buildings can be LEED certified, people can become LEED Professionals. The LEED Green Associate (GA) credential is the only entry level sustainability designation and shows employers you have the knowledge now required in many jobs. A new LEED rating system (v4) was introduced last month and this training course is one of the few that has been updated to teach the current rating system. This course meets the exam's eligibility requirements and the USGBC charges a $100 (reduced for students) fee for the actual exam which can be taken at any time at your nearest Prometric center. Cost: $300 ($200 for full time students). To register for the class please visit:

 (7) ESI's 2nd Annual Hackathon for Climate
Friday, Jan 27, 2017 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
MIT Samberg Conference Center (E52), 50 Memorial Drive | Website

Got a game-changing climate idea? ESI and Conservation International are teaming up for this year's Hackathon for Climate, where minds from across MIT come together to brainstorm, propose, and develop nature-based solutions to climate change. Teams can choose to problem-solve in one of three themes: (1) Hacking the material world: minerals and the environmental consequences of extraction, acquisition, processing and distribution; (2) Hacking the digital world: environmental implications of digital things including data centers and the generation, storage, distribution, and consumption of information; and (3) Open track: for that groundbreaking idea you've been waiting to explore!

 (8) MIT IDEAS Generator Dinner
Thursday, Feb 9, 2017 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
W20, 2nd Floor, Lobdell | Website

MIT IDEAS is an annual innovation, social entrepreneurship, and service program. The IDEAS Generator Dinner is one of the best venues to find a team to join, pitch your idea to woo and recruit teammates, or pitch your skills to get hired onto a team. With the last chance to submit a Scope Statement just a few weeks away March 2, 2017), get started at this event! Join us for dinner. Pitch an idea. Find a team. RSVP on Eventbrite, where you can also sign up to pitch.

 (9) MassCEC Microgrid & DER Controller Symposium
Thursday, Feb 16, 2017 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
MIT Samberg Conference, Center 50 Memorial Drive | Website

The Microgrid & DER Controller Symposium will bring together Microgrid & DER controller vendors, microgrid developers, energy infrastructure decision makers, utility engineers and state and national energy leaders to: (1) Introduce the latest developments in microgrid & DER controllers and real-time power system simulation technologies; (2) Demonstrate functionality of existing microgrid & DER controllers on a realistic community microgrid; and (3) Foster connections between microgrid vendors and developers, distribution utilities and distribution utility engineers responsible for DER deployment and interconnection

 (10) Tour of the MIT Nuclear Research Reactor (New)
Thursday, Feb 16, 2017 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
NW12 (138 Albany Street) | Website

Did you know that MIT has an awesome research reactor on campus? The MIT Nuclear Research Reactor is now offering monthly tours available to the MIT community! Participants must register for the tour in advance by filling out this Google Form at least 24 hours before the start of the tour: <a href=""></a> The tours will be limited to 15 participants on a first come first serve basis, so be sure to sign up early! Open to MIT ID holders only -- participants will receive more details about the tour in a confirmation email after they register. The tours are about an hour to an hour and a half long and start promptly at the listed time; please arrive a few minutes early to sign in and make sure you'll be able to stay for at least an hour.

 (11) MIT Clean Energy Prize 2017 (New)
Friday, Feb 17, 2017 11:30 pm to 11:30 pm
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Applications are open for the MIT Clean Energy Prize (CEP), the oldest and largest student-run clean energy entrepreneurship competition in the US. CEP awards over $200,000 in non-dilutive, equity-free funding across four tracks: Generating Energy, Delivering Energy, Improving Energy Usage, and Energy for Developing Economies. Finalists will be selected in early March, when they will go through a robust 2-month Mentorship process with assigned technology, business, and legal professionals. CEP culminates in April with the Grand Finals Showcase at MIT's campus, where teams compete in front of an expert panel of judges. Please read the instructions of how to apply and submit your application through our website by February 17.

 (12) MIT Solve's Request for Fuel Challenge Proposals
Wednesday, Sep 27, 2017 to Thursday, Sep 28, 2017
HUBweek | Website

The Solve program is actively seeking proposals for Fuel challenges centered around carbon pricing and negative carbon emissions. The Solve program is organized around four "pillars": Fuel, Learn, Cure, and Make. This year's program poses three "challenges" within those pillars. Of particular note to the sustainability community are the Fuel challenges: 1) Carbon price: How can new technologies (including digital currencies like Bitcoin) be used to put a price on emissions of carbon and other greenhouse gases? 2) Negative carbon emissions: How do we remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in a way that is scalable, economical, and ethical? What can you do right now? Solve encourages you to log in to the Solve CoLab platform ( to propose solutions. A distinguished panel of judges will select semifinalists who will present their solutions at the Solve at HUBweek event, September 27 and 28, 2016. Registration for the Solve at HUBweek events is now open at
Non-MIT Events

 (1) London Business School CleanTech Challenge
Tuesday, Jan 31, 2017 12:00 am to 12:00 am
London | Website

The CleanTech Challenge, organized by London Business School and University College London, is a global business plan competition for innovative clean technology business ideas. It brings together business and engineering students to create viable start-ups. Teams compete over three rounds for the £10,000 prize, awarded at the two-day Bootcamp finals in London. Participants are mentored by industry experts from the cleantech, entrepreneurial and related sectors.

 (2) Columbia University Energy Case Competition
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 to
Columbia University, New York, NY | Website

The Columbia University Energy Symposium is glad to host the second annual Columbia Energy Case Competition February 2, 2017. This event allows graduate students to present creative and innovative solutions for the main challenges faced by the energy sector. This year the Case Competition is sponsored by the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, and the topic is "Disruptive innovation in the Energy sector".

 (3) Columbia University Energy Symposium
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 to Friday, Feb 3, 2017
Columbia University | Website

Columbia University's SIPA Energy Association (SEA), CBS Energy Club, the Environmental Law Society and the Engineering Energy Club are pleased to introduce you to the 12th Annual Columbia University Energy Symposium! The Columbia Energy Symposium is one of the largest events of its kind, bringing together in New York City more than 300 students, faculty, leaders, and executives representing industry, government, and society, to explore and advance our insights into today's challenging energy questions. The event features a full-day conference, a student case competition, a career fair, and a venture showcase. This year's Symposium theme is "disruptive innovation: the new status quo?." From the entrance of solar and now battery storage, to the evolving utility business models, to the shifting geopolitics of petroleum, each year there seems to be some new disruptive force on the traditional energy industry. The CU Energy Symposium's conference will examine ways that these new technologies, business models, and innovative financing strategies are impacting the traditional energy system and how energy experts think this disruption will evolve the industry in the years to come.

 (4) Carnegie Mellon University's Energy Week 2017 (New)
Monday, Mar 27, 2017 to Friday, Mar 31, 2017
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA | Website

This week-long celebration at CMU's Pittsburgh campus focuses on five themes: the Future of Energy, Innovation, Research, Policy, and Education. Most of the activities are free .The event is open to everyone, but you must register soon. Over 700 people attended CMU's Energy Week 2016 -- Register early so you don't miss out this year!
Jobs, Grants, Fellowships

 (1) Harvard Environmental Fellows Program
Wednesday, Jan 18, 2017 12:00 am
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The Harvard University Center for the Environment awards two-year postdoctoral fellowships to outstanding young scholars in any environment-related discipline. The goal of the program is to create a community of interdisciplinary researchers-working alongside Harvard faculty hosts-to tackle our most compelling environmental challenges. Program alumni are currently working at universities like Harvard, Yale, Berkeley, MIT, Stanford, and the University of Michigan. Other former Fellows are working at research institutes around the world and in new energy start-ups. The Center will award approximately six two-year postdoctoral fellowships this coming spring for an award to start in September 2017. The application deadline is January 18, 2017. The Center asks applicants to propose a research program and to secure a commitment from one or more Harvard faculty members to host their work. Hosts provide office or lab space as well as mentoring, and the Center will handle the rest of the administrative responsibilities.

 (2) MIT IDEAS Entry Deadline
Thursday, Jan 19, 2017 6:00 pm to 6:00 pm
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Working on an innovative project that could have a positive impact on the world? Enter it into the MIT IDEAS Global Challenge for a chance to receive up to $15,000 to pilot your idea! This is your team's chance to apply for a development grant (up to $1,500) for travel and prototyping, and to get feedback on your proposal. Teams must be led by a full-time MIT student and must enter at least one of three entry rounds to be considered for the Finals.

 (3) Udall Undergraduate Scholarship
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Interested in environmental issues? The Udall Scholarship awards up to $7000 for sophomores and juniors committed to working towards positive solutions for environmental, conservation, and sustainability issues. MIT Internal Deadline is January 25, 2017. For more information, contact Kim Benard at

 (4) REsurety: Job & Internship Opportunities
Boston, MA | Website

REsurety, a venture-backed FinTech startup that is eliminating the challenge of resource intermittency for the wind power industry, is seeking to hire for several positions. It is revenue-positive, has active customers, and works in partnership with some of the world's leading risk market players. Its team keeps an informal office with open lines of communication, little hierarchy, and a rapid pace. If putting your skills to work to drive down the cost of renewable energy by solving the challenge of resource intermittency sounds exciting, then REsurety would love to receive your application. REsurety is seeking: Vice President of Finance and Compliance; Quality Assurance Engineer; Analyst, Commercial Operations; Wind Data Intern; Engineering Intern. Please see details and contact information from Careers page weblink above.

 (5) Rethinking Power Management: Energy Engineer Opening in Boston
Boston, MA | Website

Our team shares a common passion - doing good in the world. We bring that passion to every client and every project. We are growing our team and seeking an Energy Engineer who will bring that same passion and technical expertise to our mission. As an engineer and consultant, you will work closely with our clients and vendors to understand, design and manage comprehensive, innovative energy and water reduction projects. Your experience in engineering design and hands-on MEP construction, combined with your strong project management skills, will position you to create success for our clients and for RPM. See link for more information. Send cover letter and resume to:

 (6) Rocky Mountain Institute: Summer Internship
Boulder, Aspen, NYC, or D.C. | Website

Interested to spend the summer working on renewables, the future of the grid, self-driving electric vehicles, or net-zero energy buildings? Apply for an internship in Boulder, Aspen, NYC, or D.C. with Rocky Mountain Institute! Rocky Mountain Institute has posted all its internship opportunities at the link above.

 (7) Cambrian Innovation: Lab Technician Intern & Computational Modeling Intern (New)
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Cambrian Innovation is looking for a Lab Technician Intern to join our growing team. The intern will assists in the execution of research projects and the maintenance of research equipment and laboratory facilities. The ideal candidate will have a highly successful academic record, experience in prototyping and laboratory, a high attention to detail, and a capability to undertake independent research tasks. An interest in next-generation renewable energy technology, environmental entrepreneurship, and bio-electrochemical systems is also positive. ----- Cambrian Innovation is also looking for a Computational Modeling Intern to join our growing team. The intern will assist in the development of a proprietary reactor model and the execution of laboratory experiments to populate and validate the model. The ideal candidate will have a highly successful academic record, experience with computational modeling, a familiarity with the wet lab environmental, a high attention to detail, and a capability to undertake independent research tasks. An interest in next-generation renewable energy technology, environmental entrepreneurship, and bio-electrochemical systems is also a positive.

 (8) Shell Bangalore Summer 2017 Internships through MIT-India (New)
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MIT-India is excited to offer 12 internship projects at Shell Bangalore this summer. Apply by February 11th, 2017 for the following 12 week projects: (Project 1): Fluid Connectivity in Porous Media (Project 2): QSAR Approach to Predict Solubility of Hydrocarbons and their mixtures with Computational Chemistry Team (Project 3): Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics: Multiphase flows inside complex packed bed geometry (Project 4): Dynamics of particles in droplets in complex fluids (Project 5): Developing a General Fuel Property Screening Tool using Machine Learning (Project 6): Modelling of Advanced Energy Storage Systems (Project 7): Explosion Modeling: Validation of explosion modeling against small/large scale experiments (Project 8): Blast Wave: Validation of prediction of decay of blast waves against large/small scale experiments (Project 9): Change-point models for GPS data (Project 10): Usage of open street map data in the analysis of Interferometric Synthetic Aperture (InSAR) data analysis (Project 11): Develop Advanced Analytics Insights for Lubricants Supply Chain (Project 12): Machine Learning and Data Science for Novel Materials Screening and Design. Please contact for project descriptions and instructions on how to apply.

 (9) Prelude Ventures: Venture Associate (New)
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Prelude Ventures is seeking candidates for a Summer Venture Associate position in the firm's San Francisco office. The Associate will be responsible for a variety of investment-related activities including evaluating new investment opportunities and sourcing new deals for the firm. In addition, the individual will be involved in various aspects of firm daily business, which will likely include supporting our existing portfolio of investments. This is an ideal position for candidates evaluating a career in venture capital or planning to found/join a start-up company in the future. Due to the nature of our investments, a technical, science-based background is important to complete day-to-day internship activities. As such, a technical undergraduate and/or graduate degree is required, as is 3+ years corporate operational experience in either public, private, or start-up companies. The ideal candidates will be currently pursuing an MBA or an advanced technical degree. We are seeking candidates with an engaging and outgoing personality, developed networking skills, strong written and verbal communication skills, thoughtful and reasoned analytical skills, mature professional judgment, and an excellent work ethic. Interested candidates should send a resume and brief cover letter to

 (10) Environmental Defense Fund: Program Analyst, Corporate Partnerships Program
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EDF + Business is hiring for a program analyst to support our methane and other innovation work. The Analyst will help EDF speed up the pace of innovation and adoption by finding the latest and greatest technology innovation insights to solve environmental challenges. The Analyst will also assist me to craft EDF's innovation strategy, build key innovation capabilities, and strengthen new and existing relationships. Because environmental advocacy and technology change is fast-paced and unpredictable, the Analyst will be expected to be flexible and adapt to changing conditions and responsibilities.

 (11) Doosan GridTech: Power System Analytics, Engineer (New)
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Doosan GridTech™ is a technology firm that delivers design services, innovative control and optimization software, and system integration services to electric utilities, helping them turn distributed energy resources such as energy storage and solar PV into valuable contributors to grid reliability and economics. We aim to be the global leader in delivering technology solutions for the emerging digital, distributed grid, a critical component of the world's clean energy future. Doosan GridTech currently has an outstanding career opportunity for a Power Systems Engineer, Analytics. Use your engineering and analytics skills to design next-generation distributed energy resource solutions for the electric power system, and see your solutions deployed with real-world customers who are incorporating distributed energy resources into the grid.

 (12) Stem: Join a leader in the energy storage industry
Wednesday, Mar 1, 2017 to
Multiple Locations | Website

This is an opportunity to be part of a world-class team at the nexus of two of the most exciting developments in energy today - big, real-time data and energy storage. Stem develops and deploys industry leading cloud-based software focused on energy efficiency via predictive analytics and innovative storage. Our offering is an automated, turnkey, price-responsive system that enables C&I customers to predict and control electricity costs and capture savings in a rapidly evolving utility landscape. The Stem system combines predictive analytics and advanced energy storage with a high fidelity software user interface. By buffering spikes in energy usage, Stem also reduces the impact of the C&I customer on the utility grid and enables better grid citizenship. Through innovation in technology and financing, our goal is to optimize the relationships between energy providers and consumers.

 (13) Nord Pool: International Sales Manager
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You have heard about Nord Pool via the MIT energy club where they held a presentation about power markets back in May and participated in the recent energy hackathon. As a dynamic company, Nord Pool has been the world's first international power exchange market and delivers efficient, simple and secure trading across Europe. Nord Pool is now recruiting: you would be joining them by being responsible to expand the company business into new markets in Central Europe (CE), currently including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland.