- Design effective and efficient measurement campaigns to support project development and energy analysis.
- Quality control and clean measurement data (met masts and remote sensing devices).
- Perform analysis on large data sets including but not limited to imputation of data gaps, selective averaging, long-term adjustment, shear, turbulence, and air density.
- Apply a suite of wind flow and wake models to specific projects within the E.ON development pipeline. Evaluate, with some guidance, competing results and apply the most representative technical outcome.
- Prepare site conditions as input into turbine supplier site suitability analysis.
- With some guidance navigate project constraints to optimize proposed wind farm production or cost of energy production. Such optimizations include interdepartmental collaboration, desktop optimization, field observations, and micrositing.
- Perform uncertainty analysis on energy production estimates.
- Report analysis methods and results in a concise customer friendly manner.
- Technically support department improvement or research & development programs with a goal of maintaining industry leading technical standards.
- University degree in meteorology, physics, engineering, or similar.
- Professional exposure to wind resource assessment discipline.
- Can be trained to perform wind yield assessment activities with a high level of supervision.
- Ability to complete complex tasks with a minimum of rework given some supervision.
- Excellent math and computer skills.
- Self-motivated with ability to maintain high performance.
- Capable of working effectively in high pressure situations.
- Strong communication skills on technical issues.
- Collaborative nature, resilient, team oriented, interdisciplinary.
- English (business fluent). Other E.ON regional languages would be beneficial (German, Swedish, Italian).