ENGIE are recruiting for a Development Engineer to be based within the Urban Energy Team in London, however, flexibility to work remotely is possible. This is a permanent, full time role, working 37.5 hours a week. On offer is a competitive salary and company benefits package.
As the UK’s leading district energy company, we operate some of the largest and most technically demanding district energy schemes which serve users in public, commercial, industrial and residential sectors.
For over 30 years, ENGIE has gained extensive expertise in the provision of district energy networks across cities and urban areas throughout the country.
What is your Day to Day:
· The analysis, both technically and commercially, of new connections to our existing district energy networks and stand-alone new district energy schemes.
· Energy analysis of potential district energy systems; assessing peak, annual consumptions and profiles of energy demands of buildings and supply from central plant including impact on CO2 emissions and influence on planning requirements around this. Liaising with our Asset Intelligence and Operational teams, integrating operational data into the analysis of new business.
· Sizing and specifying heating and cooling generation plant. Liaising with our Detailed Design and Project Delivery teams to integrate our on-site experience around project delivery into new projects.
· Techno-economic model development. Working with our Operational, Business Development, Commercial and Financial teams to develop whole lifecycle techno-economic models to optimise both the commercial and low carbon energy, solutions for our clients. Communicating these solutions to internal and external customers.
· Keeping up to date with the latest government policy initiatives and opportunities influencing district energy solutions.
· The role will involve occasional site visits and surveys to collect data for assessing feasibility and creating concept designs. As well as liaison with both internal and external clients, contractors and suppliers.
· The role offers an exciting opportunity to advance your career working in a collaborative environment with a wide range of teams with different expertise who manage projects at every stage, from initial development to delivery and operation.
· Experience in a relevant field or similar role. Grade will be dependent on experience.
· Experience of solution development of low carbon energy systems in the built environment. Experience in either concept design, feasibility study development, energy and sustainability work, energy efficiency projects and/or energy systems modelling, with an interest in developing further skills in any of these areas where you currently do not have experience.
· Strong analytical skills and interest in problem solving, both technically and commercially.
· Good knowledge of Excel and specifically working with energy models and commercial feasibility models.
· Knowledge of low carbon energy technologies and ideally their integration into district energy networks.
· Experience of carbon reduction planning requirements in the built environment would be advantageous.
· Knowledge of developing Capex, Opex and Repex costings would be an advantage as well as energy and carbon pricing.
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For this role, you must have evidence of the right to work in the UK. There is no re-location package with this job role. ENGIE do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community. Certain roles may require applicants to undergo a Disclosure check, as noted in the role requirements. ENGIE has a written policy on the recruitment of ex-offenders, which is made available to all DBS applicants upon request. A copy of the DBS code of practice can be found here .
The ENGIE Resourcing Team supports this job advert. Agency involvement is not required. All related enquiries must come to the resourcing team not direct to ENGIE Managers.
· Posting Date: Apr 28, 2021