Energy Storage Consultant
- Location: London
- Salary: Market related
My Client is resourcing for a Senior Energy Storage Consultant, this is an extremely exciting opportunity to join a world leading consultancy and a well established and market leading storage team.
Projects are predominately located throughout the UK and Ireland. Strong Energy Storage (BESS) technical understanding and wider market understanding is required.
Main duties of the role:
The role has a fantastic salary, bonus and benefits package.
This is a great opportunity to work for a global leading consultancy in the Energy Storage space, being at the forefront of Energy Storage and emerging technologies.
Key Responsibilities: · Conduct market analysis and select sites for greenfield development. · Identify and facilitate project acquisitions. · Secure land leases for greenfield opportunities and maintain relationships with landowners for existing projects. · Manage environmental assessment campaigns and work with external consultants. · Oversee discretionary permitting activities at all levels of government. · Manage resource management campaigns and estimate energy production. · Work with internal stakeholders and consultants to manage the electrical interconnection process. · Collaborate with internal technical services such as energy analysis, engineering, and operations. · Assess the financial feasibility of projects with the corporate finance department. · Represent the company at regional industry association meetings and caucuses. · Coordinate the preparation of RFP responses. Qualifications: · Bachelor's degree, preferably in engineering. An MBA is a strong plus. · 3 to 7 years of experience in energy project development, with a preference for energy storage projects. Experience in other electricity generation or commercial development (such as warehouses, data centers) is also relevant. · Strong understanding of major power project development processes. · Ability to navigate local community dynamics and negotiate effectively with utilities, landowners, and other stakeholders. · Familiarity with energy storage and/or renewable energy issues and economics.
The purpose of the role is to lead the project management of multiple grid-scale battery construction projects (c.50MW each) from EPC contract signature/final investment approval through to completion, ensuring delivery on time, on budget and within agreed scope. The successful candidate will inherit a pipeline of projects, allowing the opportunity to deliver an increasingly important and rapidly growing new technology. Production of detailed project budget, alongside the business development leadDevelopment, tendering and negotiation of EPC contracts, alongside the business development leadDevelop, control and manage the project schedule and ensuring all assigned projects and tasks are completed on time and within budgetManage the relationship with the EPC contractor and with other key stakeholders (DNO, Owner’s Engineer, Landowner, Local Council, Optimiser)Liaise with EPC site manager and project manager, track construction progress, conduct site visits, and prepare progress reportsPerform risk assessments and proactively solve any technical or commercial issues identified The opportunity comes with an extremely exciting salary and wider package.
Role I have an excting opportunity for a skilled individual to take up the role of a Senior Power Grid Consultant for a specialist renewable energy consultancy. You will be responsible for leading our engagement with key customers, getting to the heart of their challenges and proposing appropriate approaches to the solutions on a wide range of projects including onshore and offshore wind, solar and storage. Qualifications and Requirements Degree in Electrical EngineeringDemonstrable experience in performing owners engineeringExperience with energy storage and/or renewables, electrical infrastructure projects covering onshore transmission, offshore transmission and interconnectorsExcellent communication skills with the ability to define and explain complex technical issues
Working for a consultancy with offices in London and Glasgow you will:Understand and interpret client's needs, clearly communicating client's goals to internal and external stakeholders, as well as be responsible for the end-to-end delivery of Advisory Services and one-off projects on behalf of clients including due diligence, owners engineering and general technical mission, You'll support our growth and cost reduction target and undertake technical, project management, commercial and customer-facing activitiesAs well as: Prepare & deliver presentations and reports for Asset Management team and/or clients Ensuring that appropriate contracts are agreed with clients and time and cost is accounted for appropriately within the businessEnsure project deliverables stay on time, on target, and on budgetSupporting the development of proposals to secure new workResponsibility for the financial performance of any projects managedMentor and support less experienced team membersFor this role we are looking for:Experience Previous demonstrable experience in performing owners engineering, due diligence, technical advisory and/or consultancy activities in the wind energy field Similar consultancy or in-field experience with battery storage systems would be considered advantageousManaging budgets and project costsContract specification review and preparationQualifications Degree or equivalent experience in an Engineering or relevant Business / Commercial discipline Valid driving licence for use within UKKnowledge Understanding of technical aspects of wind infrastructure projects Knowledge of wind systems and optionally battery energy storage systemsUnderstanding of commercial aspects of renewable energy infrastructure projects (including project finance)Skills Proven ability to produce clear written reports and communicate verbally in English Strong commercial and contractual awarenessWillingness to travel
We are partnered with a leading renewable energy developer actively shaping the future of energy. They're taking a fresh look at how power is produced, stored, and used to meet the challenges of climate change. If you are ambitious and want to grow within a company my client wants to hear from you!Role:Provide assistance to Development Project Teams in the development of the renewable project portfolio in Great Britain. This includes, but is not limited to, assistance in selecting new sites as well as in the preparation of grid application documents, engagement with industry bodies and consultations and construction supervision of projects. Also, to work with staff from other departments worldwide.Your duties and responsibilities Interacting with grid regulation authorities and grid operators in their role as project stakeholdersProviding input for Pre-feasibility studies and technical risk assessmentDeveloping and optimising grid connection solutions for wind, solar and energy storage projectsSeeking alternative network access solutions based on grid studies, including technical, legal and commercial evaluations.Preparing grid applications and managing the grid application processSupporting project tendering and acquisition processes by creating technical documents and checking documents issued by othersPreparing requests for quotation for engineering, construction, procurement and testing of the electrical balance of plant for renewable and / or sustainable energy projects Requirements: You have a degree in Electrical Engineering or an alternative, equivalent level of training / education.You have experience with current technical guidelines for grid connections in UK/ experience in construction of grid connectionsYou have experience and particular interest working in the renewable electricity sector.Ability to work unsupervised to strict deadlines with an often conflicting workload, multi-tasking various parts of a project or initiative.You hold a full driving licence and have access to a vehicle. If interested please apply via the link on this page with your up-to-date CV.For any questions, please reach out on:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 0141 212 4803*Location for this role is flexible, to all of the UK and Ireland*
I am looking for a Portfolio Grid Engineer for one of our clients, the world's largest independent renewable energy company specialising in Wind and Solar.Your responsibilities: Develop, review and enhance the Grid strategy concerning renewable assets managed by UK&I Asset Management Team.Monitor any changes to Grid regulation, policies and ancillary services as they may apply to Support Services client assets. Typical areas of interest will include, as a minimum, grid charging, NGESO pathfinder tenders, NGESO ancillary service procurement, DS3 services, DSO services.Join regular meetings with UK&I Energy networks Team and share information with UK&I Asset Management teamUnderstand and interpret client needs, communicating client goals to internal and external stakeholdersCoordinate the end-to-end delivery of Grid related services and one-off projects on behalf of clients.Be the first point of call for technical grid connection agreement or grid compliance queriesEnsure all Grid related activity is linked back to the client specific Value Enhancement Plans – demonstrating the value of RES as AMHave a commercial awareness of the existing Asset Management Agreements and identifying which elements of our Grid services are in or out of scopeLead on areas of personal expertise as part of the Operations Support Team goals and Manage ad-hoc Grid queries from the Asset Managers. Active participation in Continuous Improvement and innovation projects. Minimum requirements: Knowledge of wind turbine, battery energy storage systems and solar technology, health and safety management systems, quality and environmental management systems and work control proceduresElectrical Safety rules in the context of Renewable Energy InfrastructureHV Electrical Equipment and Industry StandardsGrid related regulations, policies and industry consultations for distribution, transmission or ICP connected renewable generationCDM RegulationsDeal with Grid related issues on operational renewable asset The role is a full-time, permanent position with office locations throughout the UK offering hybrid working and a competitive/lucrative package on offer for the right candidate. Combined with professional development opportunities, this is the perfect position to take the next step towards your career ambitions and work in a strong and collaborative team!If this sounds like a position you would be interested in exploring further, please reach out via the details below or apply via the link.T: 0141 212 4803E: email@example.com
Site / Construction ManagerThis Company is one of the world's leading Battery Energy Storage & Renewable Power Solutions provider. The excellence we bring to our work has made this company globally recognized as a premier value adding EPC firm. We are currently seeking a Site Manager / Construction Manager to join our Construction Team. This role will be assigned to specific project sites and may also be required to support multiple sites; travel is required. This position will be responsible for overseeing, monitoring, and running the daily activities and operations on construction sites including ensuring strict compliance with all laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and guidelines. The Site Manager will consult and collaborate with project managers, engineers, subcontractors, and other project personnel while ensuring that projects are completed on time and within budget as required and specified and must have the ability to work efficiently and effectively under pressure. In addition, the candidate will be required to interface with company, client, and contractor/vendor personnel.Responsibilities: Supervise, plan, coordinate and monitor performance and progress of site construction activitiesImplement and enforcing safety and quality guidelines; perform safety briefingsCoordinate materials and equipment delivery with vendors and suppliers and keep accurate track of material stocks and consumption on siteManage a team of workers, including work schedules, and resource allocationMake recommendations on personnel needs and/or subcontractors in order to ensure work is completed in accordance with the project scheduleQuality control, subcontractor, and inspection coordinationProvide updates to project plans, schedules, and progress reports, which include contractor's and sub-contractor's activities, while maintaining a daily log of site operations with daily progress photosMonitor project cost trends and ensure completion within budgetManage and coordinate on-site visitsEnsure that teams on site work safely and cooperatively with the sole aim of completing a project while adhering strictly to all HSE requirements, deadlines, specifications, and codesEnsuring that the construction site remains safe, clean, and orderly Qualifications, Skills, Experience, Personal Attributes. The preferred candidate should hold a fully accredited, university degree in engineering, construction management, or other related field and a minimum of 10 years of directly related experience; experience in lieu of a degree will be considered. Civil and Electrical background preferred.Good computer skills required in Microsoft Office with knowledge of planning software such as MS Project.The candidate must have a strong understanding of HSE processes, project planning & scheduling, risk management and change management processes.It is also essential to the role that the candidate have strong leadership skills and excellent time management skills.Personal attributes and behaviors essential for this role include being a self-starter, highly motivated, adaptable, proactive approach to problem solving, critical thinker, capable of working with minimal supervision, excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels (written and verbal), follow-up, approachable, and a team player.
Our client is a leading solar developer, designing and delivering projects, creating a sustainable future for everyone. This is an exciting team to join the number 1 solar developer in Ireland and fast becoming a prominent international player. Job Description:Purpose of RoleTo manage the planning requirements and consents from feasibility to the completion of the construction stage for a large portfolio of large-scale ground mounted Solar PV & Storage projects. Duties and Responsibilities Managing the pre and post planning items, typically consisting of discharging conditions, preserving existing permissions, and additional planning applications as required.Support the conduct of desktop reviews to assess initial planning viability of new sites.Reviewing planning applications prior to submission. Liaising with and assisting the Development Team to address findings and foresee any potential planning issues that could arise during the Pre-Construction and Construction phases.Support the entire development team throughout the project lifecycle - a fantastic opportunity to gain invaluable experience from concept to construction. Instruct planning consultants and other professional service providers as necessary, and managing their output on a day-to-day basis. Your Profile A planning related post-graduate degree, or equivalent3 years' experience with the planning processes in Ireland or the UK.Ability to manage relationships with multiple stakeholders effectively.High level of self-motivation and ability to work independently.MS Office, MS Excel, MS Project. There is a strong financial package and bonus structure in place for the right candidate. Previous experience in renewables is essential, with a preference towards solar and battery storage.Please apply via the link or contact Theo Bove via the details below to learn more:0141 375 firstname.lastname@example.org
Spencer Ogden are partnered with a key client that are expanding rapidly with a range of projects and are looking to recruit Senior, Principal and Associate EIA consultants.This opportunity offers a competitive package with huge scope to develop personal and professional attributes.These positions can be based throughout the UK and Ireland and offers a hybrid working model with a chance to grow your project portfolio within renewables.Key responsibilities would include:Design, Planning and EIA: Appraising planning policy guidance and development control issues relevant to projects.Leading or supporting consent and EIA activities in offshore energy industry;Contribution to, or managing, preparation of Scoping Reports, ESIA Reports, HRA Reports, Marine Licences, European Protected Species Licences etc.;A background in consenting or environmental assessment for offshore energy projects, even if that is the associated onshore infrastructure, and a knowledge of associated legislationPreparing and submitting planning applications on behalf of clients potentially across different devolved regulatory systems; also undertaking post submission management of applications, submitting supplementary information and processing applications through a decision. If necessary, undertaking discharge of conditions and/or variations. If you have EIA project experience, a familiarity and experience with UK planning systems and an ability to lead, manage, facilitate, consult and participate comfortably, confidently and appropriately, then this could be a fantastic opportunity for you. If interested please apply via the link on this page with your up-to-date CV.For any questions, please reach out on:E: email@example.comT: 0141 212 4804*Location for this role is flexible, to all of the UK and Ireland*
Job Overview: The role demands a dynamic and enthusiastic Consultant with experience of working in multi-discipline teams through various design phases, as well as having an active interest in assisting clients and the wider energy industry through the transition to Net Zero.Due to continued and expected growth with our onshore engineering capability we are looking to strengthen our onshore Civils Engineering capability.The role will also demand the candidate to be adaptable to varying assignments at short notice and multi-task for delivery of concurrent assignments, as required, as well as be able to convey the Company's competencies, vision and values to internal and external clients.Key Responsibilities and Duties: Production of calculations, specifications, and drawings for a wide variety of projects.FEED and Pre-FEED multi-discipline studies.Cut and fill optimisationDrainage solutionsRoad/pavement layout and designReinforced concrete design Requirements: Engineering Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent3+ years experience with good Civil Engineering knowledge, ideally aligned to Oil & Gas / Energy industriesDemonstrable experience of supporting studies from conceptual engineering up to and beyond FEEDPreparation of material estimates and specifications.Experience in reviewing impact on existing site designs, determination of constructability methodologyAbility to identify project risks and prepare mitigation plans.Experience in development engineering scopes of works (SOW) & CTR hour estimates If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
SAP OTC ConsultantLocation: Petaling Jaya, MalaysiaThe ClientThe role is for a reputable energy company in Malaysia. The role is open to local Malaysian only. Responsibilities: Required to work closely with business users and stakeholders and responsible for the successful delivery of projects and change request as well as to grasp business challenges and propose improvements accordingly.Coordinate/conduct for UAT and ensure sign off from the users are obtained.Able to expedite SIT & UAT Testing. Able to perform Regression testing for common programs.Support lead in managing the operations of AMS and resolve support tickets raised by company’s business users across the region.Able to review authorization and where necessary, required to create task to provide access if new function.In adherence to template process and policy, required to prepare Blueprint documents, Configuration document, Functional Specification. The ideal candidate is someone who has skills and requirements such as: Experienced in working with supporting users with SAP proficiency in SD/OTC module.Possess understanding of cross module integration with PTP and RTR.Extensive knowledge with SD/OTC module Masters, Tables, Configuration & User Exits.Comprehensive understanding of the processes in Order-to-Cash including contract management, order management, pricing, billing, and delivery.4-5 years of knowledge on SAP ECC6 Support with hands-on experience.Well versed with MS Office applications for documentation.Able to perform Root Cause Analysis and propose permanent solutions and propose Counter Measures for Business Continuity.Resolve and close Incident, Service Request and Problems in adherence to SLA.Knowledge on HANA will be an additional advantage. Someone with a strong interpersonal skills. What’s in it for you? Competitive salary package.Comprehensive medical coverage for employee.Flexible work arrangements.
My client is a leading Irish based utility scale, solar & storage developer bringing projects from origination through development. Their portfolio of projects total 6GWs of Solar and 3Gw of storage. You will be joining the highly skilled team at the forefront of the energy transition playing a central role in successfully growing and implementing their pipeline. The successful candidate should have 7 years' minimum experience in construction management and site experience of renewable energy projects along with a strong technical knowledge of all relevant Construction and Health & Safety standards and regulations across the UK and Ireland. Responsibilities include: Support the negotiation of efficient and cost-effective contracts for project delivery where requiredMaintain and manage close working relationships with EPC contractors throughout the construction processCo-ordinate with the wider project delivery team to ensure projects are constructed in a safe, efficient, and cost-effective mannerCo-ordinate Owner’s Engineer services on site