2013 Enel Green Power North America
Regulatory Affairs Summer Internship in Washington, DC
Come spend three months working in Washington, DC on energy policy for one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies.
About Enel Green Power North America
Enel Green Power North America, Inc. (EGP-NA), part of Enel Green Power, is a leading owner and operator of renewable energy plants in North America with projects operating and under development in 21 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces. EGP-NA owns and operates over 80 plants with an installed capacity exceeding 1.6 GW powered by renewable hydropower, wind, geothermal, solar and biomass energy. Together with its development partners (TradeWind Energy, LLC. and Geronimo Wind Energy, LLC.), EGP-NA is aiming to double its total installed capacity within the next few years. The company employs more than 350 people in North America with strong technical and financial expertise.
About the Regulatory Affairs Summer Internship in Washington, DC
Regulatory Affairs is the unit within EGP-NA responsible for policy analysis, stakeholder relationship development, and business development generation and support. The Washington, DC office focuses on the U.S. Congress and Administration, eastern U.S. state governments, and national renewable energy market trends and developments.
EGP-NA seeks one intern to assist with policy research, legislative analysis, and market evaluation. Qualified candidates should have experience in the energy and environment fields and/or legislative experience, with an interest in the promotion of clean energy markets and development of energy policy. Graduate and law students are preferred, but undergraduates are also welcome to apply.
The Regulatory Affairs Summer Intern will work alongside EGP-NA’s fulltime staff in the company’s downtown Washington, DC offices. The internship runs approximately from the beginning of June to the end of August, depending on the intern’s academic schedules and on-going congressional activity.
The position is paid ($15/hr.) and requires availability for 40 hours of work per week. Depending on an intern’s performance and interest, the Washington, DC office’s needs, and other factors, the internship may be extended into the school year on a 15-20 hour per week basis.
Please send a cover letter and résumé to Jack Thirolf ( email@example.com ). The deadline for applications is February 18, 2013. Interviews for selected candidates will begin in late February and decisions sent out early March 2013.
Please, no phone calls. If selected for an interview you will be contacted.