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  • Summer positions

    within the energy sector. You will get to know Statkraft as an employer while also obtaining valuable real work experience.  Who are we looking for? You have a genuine interest in the energy sector and ... and renewable energy You have completed at least three years of higher education, at a high academic standard You are able to find your own accommodation in the region in which you are applying for a summer

  • Sara Baumgarten

    Baumgarten works at Power Generation. Born 1988 Nationality Swedish Education Master of Science in Energy and Environmental Engineering from Linköping University. Experience Summer intern at Iggesund Paperboard ... (rotations)? Operations & Maintenance support (Oslo, Norway) – Power plant group at Scira Offshore Energy (Walsingham, England) – Regional dispatch centre in region North (Korgen, Norway) – Administrative

  • Christopher Kenny

    based in Düsseldorf. What did you do before the trainee program? I completed a bachelor’s degree in Energy Engineering at University College of Cork. During my bachelor’s, I participated in a five-month internship ... position in the Statkraft Ireland offices. I jumped at the opportunity as I believe that the renewable energy sector is where I can make the greatest impact on transitioning to a more sustainable future.  What

  • Sunniva Holmås Eidsvoll

    solving the world's climate challenges. The trainee program offered a unique opportunity to enter the energy sector right out of school. As a trainee, I could test out four different positions during the two-year ... spot. What are you doing in your current role? Now, I analyze the long term trends in the European energy sector, and how subsidies and policies affect supply and demand. We develop our own models and tools

  • Lukas Gresnigt

    today? I am responsible for Statkraft market operation in Brazil. The team I lead is responsible for energy management of Statkraft's Brazilian generation assets and long term contracts and trading and origination ... alignment of our activities. What motivates you? Identifying solutions  for complex challenges in the energy sector relevant for Statkraft, its partners and counter parties, based on superior insight and creativity

  • Can you make wind power profitable?

    made the choice between oil and renewable energy. He previously worked for the oil industry in Aberdeen, as a consultant. - I would rather work with green energy. He believes that it is essential to be genuinely ... genuinely interested in renewable energy and solving the climate challenges, in order to get a job in Statkraft. - I am working with many intelligent and nice people. They have time to discuss with me

  • Dr. Konstantin Wiegandt

    vision of providing “pure energy”. For a long time I had been interested in the development of renewable energy, being - as many people in Germany are – a full supporter of the energy transition to a world ... world being 100% powered by renewable energy. What is your role today? Today, I work in the Continental Asset Optimization team, where we manage the dispatch of Statkraft’s power plants outside of the Nordics

  • Ida Johanne Haga

    with ideas and inputs – also quite high up in the hierarchy. Statkraft also works with renewable energy and topics I am very interested in. I want to be part of a company where I can make an impact on ... aims to find one to two new business lines by 2025. Maybe we will find the next big thing in the energy world! My rotations are not completely settled yet, but I am excited to see where I will work and

  • Dominique Farag

    the Corporate Staff business area. Born 1988 Nationality Egyptian-American Education Masters in Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment from NHH in Bergen Masters in Sustainability & Social Innovation ... the Utilities industry and on Smart Grid projects. It is there that I developed my interest in the Energy and Renewables fields. Which unit do you work in? My second rotation as a Statkraft trainee is in

  • Nikolai Austarheim

    Nikolai Austarheim Portrait of Nikolai Austarheim Nikolai works at the PTE unit at Lilleaker within the Power Generation business area. Born 1988 Nationality Norwegian Education - MSc in Mechanical ... when it comes to renewable energy sources, and it is a key employer in the beautiful and scenic rural regions of Norway. Statkraft was a perfect match for me as renewable energy and especially hydro power

  • Amrendra Kumar

    transition from the financial sector to the energy sector allowed me to take on the challenges in the energy markets worldwide and in India in particular. The energy sector is going through a paradigm shift ... change, by joining a market leading company. In addition, Statkraft is both into trading and produces energy from own assets. This provided me with the opportunity to get a broad understanding of not only the

  • Hilde Bekier-Larssen

    Hilde Bekier-Larssen A hydropower “Statkraft is a unique opportunity to work with renewable energy.” Why Statkraft? I moved back to Norway after 13 years working abroad to join SN Power in 2008, which ... in 2014 was integrated into Statkraft. Statkraft is a unique opportunity to work with  renewable energy internationally. How is a typical day at work? I do not have a typical day – all days are different

  • Last year Statkraft received more than 1500 applications for the trainee program

    Renewable Energy. Last fall she passed the hurdle and got accepted as a Statkraft trainee. In the group's innovation department, she is analyzing how new technology may affect the prospects for the energy sector ... sector in the coming years. The analyses are handed over to Statkraft's strategy departments. - The energy industry is undertaking major changes. Individual consumers participate more actively in the market

  • Laxman Pararasasingam

    Laxman Pararasasingam Portrait of Laxman Pararasasingam Laxman Pararasasingam works at Wind Asset Analysis (WLAA), under Wind Onshore Asset Management in WPT. Born 1991 Nationality German ... Site (I think that’s the plan for now). What attracted you to Statkraft? I’m passionate about Wind Energy and I wanted to work in an interdisciplinary dynamic environment with constant exposure to new challenges

  • Jenny Nilander

    Jenny Nilander Portrait of Jenny Nilander “In my job there is a mix of new challenges and familiar tasks.” Why Statkraft? After several years in the defense industry, I ... wanted to work in a company more related to my education and interest. Working with energy, and especially renewable energy, is important in order to fight the climate change. It is also technically challenging