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Finding better and lower cost ways of designing, building and operating assets means every day presents new challenges for our engineers and scientists.

You’ll have the opportunity to work across the full cycle of projects – from design, construction through to generation – and see your bright ideas come alive.

What do we do within this expertise?

Project & Asset engineering

Better by design

In an increasingly subsidy-free world, increasing the output of a solar panel by 5% or saving 50,000 euros by re-routing an underwater cable at a wind farm could make the difference between business case success and failure.

Optimising projects

Your engineering superpowers – perhaps developed in industries such as marine – will help better design projects to maximise generation and minimise cost as well as environmental impact.

Civil Engineers are working with Geologists on developments such as rock anchor foundations to enable faster construction of wind farms.

As a Package Manager, you’ll ensure all the engineering aspects of a project are delivered on time and on budget. Our teams also play an important part in looking after the operating fleet, with Mechanical Engineers investigating breakdowns and advising on modifications.

Technical Engineering

Looking to the future

Advances in construction techniques, materials and technology offer exciting opportunities to further reduce the costs of generation projects in the long term. Understanding what the future holds will be crucial to planning our future pipeline.

Working in collaboration

As a Roadmap Engineer you’ll engage with key suppliers to understand what is on their drawing boards now and what that could mean for the future. For example, assessing the efficiency of turbine prototypes which won’t be in service for several years ahead.

Cost Engineers play a key role by focusing on spending on projects now to be able to better budget and plan for the future. Our mission is to enable fossil-free living in a generation and Environmental Engineers are helping ensure our projects are also designed with minimum impact on the natural world.

What do we do within this expertise?

Better by design

In an increasingly subsidy-free world, increasing the output of a solar panel by 5% or saving 50,000 euros by re-routing an underwater cable at a wind farm could make the difference between business case success and failure.

Optimising projects

Your engineering superpowers – perhaps developed in industries such as marine – will help better design projects to maximise generation and minimise cost as well as environmental impact.

Civil Engineers are working with Geologists on developments such as rock anchor foundations to enable faster construction of wind farms.

As a Package Manager, you’ll ensure all the engineering aspects of a project are delivered on time and on budget. Our teams also play an important part in looking after the operating fleet, with Mechanical Engineers investigating breakdowns and advising on modifications.

Looking to the future

Advances in construction techniques, materials and technology offer exciting opportunities to further reduce the costs of generation projects in the long term. Understanding what the future holds will be crucial to planning our future pipeline.

Working in collaboration

As a Roadmap Engineer you’ll engage with key suppliers to understand what is on their drawing boards now and what that could mean for the future. For example, assessing the efficiency of turbine prototypes which won’t be in service for several years ahead.

Cost Engineers play a key role by focusing on spending on projects now to be able to better budget and plan for the future. Our mission is to enable fossil-free living in a generation and Environmental Engineers are helping ensure our projects are also designed with minimum impact on the natural world.

Pushing engineering boundaries to develop smarter projects.

What we offer

  • Challenging roles to make the most of your technical and engineering expertise
  • Strong team ethic and highly supportive colleagues
  • Opportunity to work in international, interdisciplinary teams involved in some of the industry’s most high-profile projects
  • Attractive employment conditions
  • Opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Project: Aberdeen Wind farm
  • Team: Offshore wind & environmental staff
  • Wind

Industry first on offshore wind

The innovative suction bucket foundations at our European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) in Scotland have enabled faster and cheaper turbine installation.