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Long-term Energy Adviser (N1) in India, India-Denmark Energy Partnership (INDEP)

Do you want to be in the Danish front line for green diplomacy and contribute to the development of regulatory framework for offshore wind and other renewable energy in India?

India is a key partner for the Danish government on green transition and offshore wind is one of our strategic areas of cooperation. The position as long-term energy adviser provides a unique opportunity to work first-hand with the Indian administration on the development of the vast Indian offshore wind potential. You will also be the day-to-day link between the Danish Energy Agency, the Embassy and Indian Ministry for New and Renewable Energy. 

As long-term energy adviser you will be physically placed within the system of the Indian Ministry for New and Renewable Energy. You will work with the officers dealing with wind energy, and you will play a key role in establishing a Centre of Excellence to promote and create an enabling environment for making best use of offshore wind and other renewable power in India. The aim will be to share knowledge and best practices, in order to secure a successful and cost-effective implementation of the ambitious offshore wind targets of India. 

You have solid knowledge of Danish offshore wind energy policy and sector. You have a relevant master level degree and extensive experience working with one or more fields related to offshore wind energy. You have good written and verbal communication skills and fluency in English. Fluency in Danish is an advantage.

You can read more about the position in the job profile here.

Reference no.: 2020/IND.01
Application deadline: 12 March 2020 at 12.00 am (CEST). 

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