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EV Charging Infrastructure

EV Charging Infrastructure

EV Charging Infrastructure

Electric vehicles (EVs) represent a transformative shift in transportation, offering an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional internal combustion engine vehicles. Powered by electricity stored in batteries, EVs produce zero tailpipe emissions, reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. With advancements in battery technology, EVs now offer longer driving ranges and faster charging times, making them increasingly practical for everyday use. The adoption of EVs is accelerating worldwide, driven by factors such as government incentives, growing environmental awareness, and declining battery costs. Additionally, EVs play a crucial role in enhancing energy security and reducing reliance on fossil fuels by leveraging renewable energy sources for charging. As the EV market continues to expand, it not only drives innovation and investment in clean transportation but also contributes to building more sustainable and resilient energy systems.

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Offshore Wind

Commercial Agreements Manager

London, Greater London, South East, England

Our client is seeking a Commercial Agreements Manager to join their team in the UK.Role Reporting to the Commercial Director and with dotted lines to the Project Legal Counsel this is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated commercial manager / contract manager / lawyer to join the rapidly growing team and support the transition to a low carbon, sustainable global economy. The position is to be based in London with flexibility on work from home or elsewhere with regular visits to London Office (Farringdon). Frequent business travel in UK and possibly further afield may be required for this post. The successful candidate would work as part of a growing dedicated multi-disciplinary team to negotiate, execute, manage, and report on various commercial agreements. There will be a focus on stakeholder agreements with private persons, statutory undertakers, and government quangos. These agreements will be fundamental to facilitate the development of the project and progression towards the Financial Investment Decision. Responsibilities Prepare, negotiate, and seek approval for entering and close a wide variety of commercial agreements with public and private stakeholders, including leases, licenses, crossing, proximity and cooperation agreements Act as interface between the project, external service providers (agents, law firms) and third parties Support the land transaction and consenting teams as necessary Experience Required Robust understanding of a wide variety of commercial and legal arrangements Ability to build effective relationships Proven ability to communicate at all levels written and verbally Strong results focus supported by relevant commercial skills and knowledge Role Specific Competencies Proactive, independent delivery Motivated by negotiating and closing deals Attention to detail Commercial acumen

Offshore Wind

Geotechnical Engineer

Poland

Our client is looking for a Geotechnical Engineer to join their team and support in the engineering and planning of site preparation and construction works of the offshore wind farm. Key Responsibilities Support in engineering and planning of site preparation and construction works of the offshore wind farm Support in management of offshore works including geophysical surveys and site preparation activities (incl. boulder clearance) Support in developing engineering strategies to optimise site preparation and offshore wind farm construction Support of tender processing including development of documentation and review of proposals Technical engineering assessments Manage technical advisors Major Tasks Engineering assessments of seabed clearance and preparation works for foundation and turbine installation, including boulder picking, ploughing and gravel pads Assess project GIS data and develop plans for boulder clearance Review of design of gravel pads for jack-up Review documentation provided by jack-up operator on site assessment and engineering Support management of boulder picking, ploughing and gravel pad execution Technical input to variations and claims Cross-package alignments to ensure site preparation needs are fulfilled for all packages Key Deliverables Seabed clearance strategy Engineering assessments Document reviews Qualifications Geotechnical / civil engineering MSc degree 5 - 10 years of experience in offshore wind projects, incl. construction phase Experience in technical management of geotechnical/geophysical site surveys, jack-up site assessment, such as jack-up leg penetration analyses, gravel pad design, port requirements Experience with sites with boulders, including boulder clearance operations (preferred)

Offshore Wind

66kV - SAP

Taiwan

Our client is looking for a Senior Authorised Person – 66kV to join their team. Responsibilities Implementation of the Client Electrical Safety Rules on site, including the safe system of work Advise operationally on high voltage electrical installations to WTG, offshore substations and both HV submarine and onshore cables Oversee safe commissioning of grid connections, onshore substations and associated MV/HV/LV plant and equipment Oversee all MV/HV/LV electrical operational activities to ensure safety, security and integrity of the HV network Contribute to proactive management, good coordination and communication between all parties and that the process works effectively Coordinate MV/HV/LV commissioning activities through the project construction stages Tasks Ensure compliancy with and managing of Client Electrical Safety Rules Safety coordination in electrical matters Act as senior authorized person Outage management and network control in collaboration with the Control Engineers Update MV/HV/LV schematic diagrams Inspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical matters Coordinate with the Lead Commissioning Project Manager to ensure that accurate updates are distributed to the Project Management Manage and coordinate HV/MV/LV commissioning activities Coordinate with National Grid and attend commissioning panel meetings Prepare and check high voltage switching schedules Check method statements for electrical matters Implement and provide training programmes for relevant staff according to the rules Provide technical and engineering advice to working parties for electrical matters Assist different departments in Client when required Attendance at FAT and SAT tests if required Act as Training Mentor for Various projects within Client Deliverables Input to the project commissioning management manual and related documents (including pre-commissioning and commissioning quality plans) Participation in different audits Reports from FAT & SAT on the different high voltage equipments Onsite check of switching programs Participation in the planning of resource and work activities Participation in authorizations and assessments of new candidates Deliver inputs to the design phase of the project on technical aspect Decision authority / Responsibility Say in relation to MV/HV switching and isolations Issue of Client Electrical Safety Rules safety rules documents Management of electrical safety to work onsite Requirements 66kV Senior Authorized Person Appropriate electrical qualification and background related to the authorization scope. Minimum 3 months of working experience within offshore substations systems Minimum 1 year of working experience within Wind turbines Preferable 8VM1 Switching course experience and in-date course Complete and up to date GWO courses and HUET with CA-EBS if required by site (climbing gear person weight limit – 120kg/264lb

Offshore Wind

220kV - SAP

Taiwan

Our client is looking for a 220kV, SAP to join their team. ResponsibilitiesImplementation of Client Electrical Safety Rules on site, including the safe system of workAdvise operationally on high voltage electrical installations to WTG, offshore substations and both HV submarine and onshore cablesOversee safe commissioning of grid connections, onshore substations and associated MV/HV/LV plant and equipmentOversee all MV/HV/LV electrical operational activities to ensure safety, security and integrity of the HV networkContribute to proactive management, good coordination and communication between all parties and that the process works effectivelyCoordinate MV/HV/LV commissioning activities through the project construction stages TasksEnsure compliancy with and managing of client Electrical Safety RulesSafety coordination in electrical mattersAct as senior authorized personOutage management and network control in collaboration with the Control EngineersUpdate MV/HV/LV schematic diagramsInspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical mattersCoordinate with the Lead Commissioning Project Manager to ensure that accurate updates are distributed to the Project ManagementManage and coordinate HV/MV/LV commissioning activitiesCoordinate with National Grid and attend commissioning panel meetingsPrepare and check high voltage switching schedulesCheck method statements for electrical mattersImplement and provide training programmes for relevant staff according to the rulesProvide technical and engineering advice to working parties for electrical mattersAssist different departments in Client when requiredAttendance at FAT and SAT tests if requiredAct as Training Mentor for Various projects within Client DeliverablesInput to the project commissioning management manual and related documents (including pre-commissioning and commissioning quality plans)Participation in different auditsReports from FAT & SAT on the different high voltage equipmentsOnsite check of switching programsParticipation in the planning of resource and work activitiesParticipation in authorizations and assessments of new candidatesDeliver inputs to the design phase of the project on technical aspect Decision authority / ResponsibilitySay in relation to MV/HV switching and isolationsIssue of Client Electrical Safety Rules safety rules documentsManagement of electrical safety to work onsite   Requirements Senior Authorized PersonAppropriate electrical qualification and background related to the authorization scope.Several years of operation and commissioning experience within the field of high voltage electricity, offshore experience preferableComplete and up to date GWO (climbing gear person weight limit – 120kg/264lb)Minimum 1 year of working experience within onshore substations systemsMinimum 6 months of working experience within offshore substations systemsMinimum 1 year of working experience within wind turbines

Offshore Wind

O&M Engineer

Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland

Our client is seeking an Operations and Maintenance engineer to join as a member of their project team, supporting the execution of the O&M strategy. Key Responsibilities Support in the development and execution of the O&M strategy as a member of the project team, functionally reporting to the O&M Package Manager. Assist in continued evaluating of the most optimal O&M strategy and operational set-up for the project. Feed into the OPEX modelling process, ensuring assumptions and yield profiles are robust using input from necessary project stakeholders and suppliers Provide input, review, and comment on the designs of foundations, substation/s, service vessels, site facility and harbour infrastructure to ensure suitability from an O&M perspective. Assist in optimising the projects financial planning activities, such as long-term OPEX modelling, with a focus on reducing LCOE. Ensure timely delivery of operations deliverables for FID and the subsequent construction/execution phase. Develop, procure, and support the set-up of O&M communications and marine coordination for the construction phase through to operational handover. Support development of local content and promote economic growth in the chosen O&M harbour location and surrounding area. Support the Project HSE Manager in the development of the Site Safety Management Plan and strive to deliver HSE best practice in all aspects of operational planning. Preparation of tender documentation for procurement activities and O&M service contracts, whist assisting in the negotiation and final contract agreement. Support preparation for Construction handover and operational readiness. Skills Good People leadership and conflict resolution capabilities Able to work independently and proactively, with an ability to multitask in an organised and structured manner Requirements Good understanding of current H&S legislation applicable to offshore operations and electrical generation Experience in contract management and negotiation skills Experience in budget preparation and management Offshore wind experience and knowledge of communications systems and marine coordination. Project Management experience having demonstrated strong analytical skills and a structured approach to solving complex problems. Demonstrate solid people influencing skills, presentation, and communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively across different cultures and geographical locations. Have an understanding of operational and/or project environments and experience in developing and justifying project concepts, scope and costs. The candidate should have a solid theoretical background within engineering, preferably with a mechanical, electrical, or structural engineering degree. Significant post graduate experience in offshore wind farm O&M

Offshore Wind

Procurement Category Manager

South Korea

Our client is looking for a Procurement Category Manager to join their team, this role involves reporting to the Senior Manager, Procurement Category, Regional, you will collaborate with cross-functional teams to drive effective negotiation, supplier management, and contract execution. You will co-develop and implement procurement strategies that maximize value and support project goals.  You are to manage effective relationships with key suppliers and stakeholders and fostering a culture of partnership and continuous improvement. Upholding and ensuring compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, demonstrating a commitment to ethical practices and sustainability is critical in this role. Act as the key focal point for communication on the assigned category, especially in integration projects. Market and Supplier AnalysisConduct market data analysis, supplier evaluation, negotiate commercial terms, lead supplier development, and support post-purchase activities (claims, non-quality issues, invoice problems, warranty disputes, maintenance problems). Key ResponsibilitiesCoordinate with Category Managers: Plan, negotiate, and prepare for purchasing products for offshore wind (WF) installation.Supplier Sourcing: Identify and engage suppliers through the RfQ process to meet specifications and target costs, especially for locally sourced components.Procurement Process Management: Ensure the correct completion of procurement processes and tools via a “Procurement Action Plan” prior to contracting.Contract Updates: Maintain regular updates of contracts, including taxation and other inputs, to control product costs.Procurement Strategy Enforcement: Implement procurement strategies, including local content requirements and other local specifics.Supply Base Management: Manage the supply base to identify, pre-select, qualify, and select the most competitive global suppliers.Communication Management: Maintain proactive communication with other category managers and ensure effective internal and external information flow.Cost Control Support: Assist in controlling current product costs by ensuring regular updates of contracts.Supply Relationship Management (SRM): Lead SRM initiatives that may lead to frame agreements.Cost Reduction Projects: Lead and report on cost reduction projects and engage in LCOE initiatives. RequiredA degree in Supply Chain Management, Sales/Marketing, Engineering, or equivalentMinimum 8 years’ experience with strategic procurement or related supply chain activitiesGood knowledge of Offshore Wind International supply chain and experience on international sourcingCommercial, Strategic and Analytical mindset as well as technical insightStrong self-performance management and delivery focus with the ability to balance conflicting requirements of quality cost and time with track record of delivery within agreed timescalesAn effective team worker, with experience of working in a multi-functional project team and motivational capacity for stakeholders (internal and external)Good all-round understanding of financial, commercial and business principles and risk mitigation practices plus sufficient knowledge of contract law to recognise exposure, if any, and seek appropriate advice from the legal team when requiredDemonstrated negotiation prowess and an effective communicator

Solar

Deputy BD Manager

Taipei, Taibei, Taiwan

Our client is looking for an experiened deputy BD manager to join as part of their business development team.Accountabilities Grow the company's market share in the renewable energy sector. Identify and develop new business opportunities. Manage relationship with business stakeholders (e.g. partners, authorities, contractors, banks, etc.,). Stay up-to-date on the latest trends, regulations and technologies in the industry. Ensure the smooth operation of the BD team by providing efficient administrative support. Maintain accurate and up-to-date records for the BD team. Maintain a high level of professionalism and confidentiality at all times. Complete any additional tasks assigned by the Business Development Manager or other superiors. Responsibilities Business Development: Promote and support activities necessary for the development of power generation businesses. Lead the development of his/her own projects and support the group's business targets. Develop new business opportunities and identify promising prospects. Manage and coordinate projects throughout the entire development process. Lead contract negotiations both internally and externally. Prepare reports, presentations, and documents. Conduct and lead meetings. Organize seminars, exhibitions, etc. Collaborate with existing and potential business partners. Collect market information, insights, updates, and materials. Communicate, consult, and coordinate with related organizations, third parties, and partners (government offices, companies, legal, banks, subcontractors, EPCs, etc.). Translate materials (when necessary). Accompany business travelers (as needed). Provide interpretation during meetings (if applicable). Perform any additional tasks assigned by Eurus as required. Administrative & Others: Conduct and host regular internal meetings. Manage sharefolders, files, and documentation. Coordinate travel arrangements (accommodation, transportation, dining bookings, rental cars, itinerary, and trip preparation). Record meeting minutes for both internal and external meetings. Coordinate daily activities and address urgent requests. Perform any additional tasks assigned by Eurus as required

Offshore Wind

Community Relations Deputy Manager

Taiwan

Our client is looking for a Community Relations Deputy Manager to be responsible for managing external and internal stakeholder relations in local communities and work with the communities in support of our clients Offshore Wind Project to fulfil their environmental and social responsibilities. They offer a unique and challenging position where the Community Relations Deputy Manager has every opportunity to develop the skills and influence the green transition of the energy sector in a pioneering role of the project.  Key ResponsibilitiesPlay the role of the main point of contact to community members for daily stakeholder engagement activities.Identify, develop and manage the relationships with local communities to fulfil environmental and social responsibilities and commitments.Receive and handle voices from local communities as part of the key force for the on-schedule construction of the Project and monitor the implementation of the Livelihood Restoration PlanClosely liaise with team members to timely feedback and manage voices related to E&S.Consistently execute, monitor, and log the outcomes of grievances to ensure the Grievance Mechanism is well implemented and documented.Record the outcomes of stakeholder engagement activities in the Stakeholder Engagement Database and other relevant registers.Execute and monitor training programs to fulfil E&S responsibilities.Support document translation when necessary.Other ad-hoc duties as assigned. Qualifications & Key SkillsUndergraduate / Graduate DegreeExcellent communication and understanding of stakeholder management and are able to build and manage stakeholder interactions.A native speaker of Taiwanese and Mandarin is necessary to communicate effortlessly with external and internal stakeholders.Acquainted with communities located at coastline of Changhua areasEnglish proficiency is required to be able to present Project information smoothly and efficiently to the stakeholders and Project team members.Skillset and understanding of renewable industries, especially for offshore wind industry.Management skills and experience of working cooperatively across the organisation.Experience of developing and implementing stakeholder plans and working with a wider of external and internal stakeholders.Good at identifying the stakeholders and executing assigned tasks in an organized approach.Willing to take business tripsGood at adopting proactive, systematic and analytical approaches to achieve Project goals