Aurora’s Research team has developed a market leading suite of energy forecasts, analytics and intelligence reports for the Nordics market. Our services are used by a broad range of clients to navigate the latest market developments, deliver large scale investments, and bring new technologies to market that will enable the transition to Net Zero.
This position sits within our Nordics Research team, initially in our Berlin office until the team relocates to Stockholm in 2023. You will be responsible for developing and carrying out all key analysis and research for the Nordics Research service. Topics include, whole system analysis, energy policy and providing analysis on a range of technologies, including renewables, battery storage and other emerging low carbon options such as hydrogen.
The research carried out produced by this team aims to provide thought leadership on the energy transition and provides the opportunity to work with key governmental institutions and executives in the Nordic’s power sector.
The successful candidate will combine technical strength with an interest in the energy markets and be fluent in English as well as either Danish, Finnish, Norwegian or Swedish.
- Develop and carry out timely and rigorous quantitative analyses to enhance clients’ decision making
- Work closely with our modelling team, structuring economic problems into quantifiable analyses and deriving insights from the model results
- Contribute to Aurora’s product development, by identifying new opportunities and expanding our capabilities
- Monitor market activity and keep abreast of latest renewables developments
- Engage with clients to thoroughly understand their requirements
- Communicate findings to clients in bilateral workshops and conferences
- A university master’s degree in either:
- a quantitative subject, coupled with a keen interest in policy developments
- a social science, environmental studies or a related field, coupled with an interest in quantitative analysis
- An ability to collect, analyse and interpret complex quantitative data and information
- Evidence of strong performance in team-oriented environments
- An ability to communicate and collaborate with both technical and non-technical parties
- Diligent, organised and takes a proactive approach to undertaking research
- Proficiency in Danish, Finnish, Norwegian or Swedish is a must (C1 level or above)
- Enthusiasm for energy markets
- Competence in advanced data analytics (e.g. Python, Advanced Excel)
- Existing knowledge of the Nordics power market or energy markets in general
- Relevant Master’s degree or PhD
What we offer
- A dynamic, fast thinking, and supportive environment
- The opportunity to substantially influence major decisions in the Nordic energy sector
- Direct engagement with clients through Aurora roundtables & workshops
- The opportunity to grow into an industry expert with regular coaching and mentoring sessions
- A fun, informal and international work culture
- The opportunity to substantially influence major decisions in the energy sector
- Internal further education offers and development perspectives with great creative freedom for your ideas and your commitment
- Additional company pension contribution
- A competitive salary package
- Company Benefits program including JobTicket subsidy, SpendIt Card, JobRad and more
The Company is committed to the principle that no employee or job applicant shall receive unfavourable treatment on grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership and pregnancy and maternity.
From its academic roots, Aurora Energy Research has grown to become the largest dedicated power market analytics company in Europe, providing data-driven intelligence for strategic decisions in the global energy transformation. We are a diverse team of more than 250 experts with vast energy, financial and consulting backgrounds, covering power, hydrogen, carbon and fossil commodities. We are active in Europe, Australia and the US, working with world-leading organisations to provide comprehensive market intelligence, bespoke analytic and advisory services, and cutting-edge software.
We are a thriving, rapidly growing company with offices in Oxford, Berlin, Madrid, Sydney and Austin, and more opening soon. We currently serve around 600 of Europe’s most influential energy sector participants, including utilities, investors and governments, and expect to continue to grow rapidly, adding new countries and products to our portfolio.