Master thesis: Fuel transition for gas turbines in a changing European energy landscape

Master thesis: Fuel transition for gas turbines in a changing European energy landscape

Övrigt Finspång
Ort: Finspång
Anställningsform:Projektanställning
Yrkestitel:Övrigt
Publicerad:2022-11-03
Sista ansökningsdag:2022-11-27

Master thesis: Fuel transition for gas turbines in a changing European energy landscape

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Master thesis: Fuel transition for gas turbines in a changing European energy landscape

A Snapshot of Your Day

Gas turbine can operate on many different fuels, but where in Europe will fossil-free fuels be available for power generation the coming decade? Help us to better understand the sustainable energy transition by investigating the availability of gas turbine fuels in Europe.

The transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy is happening in this very moment, and it needs to accelerate if we shall have a chance to limit global warming. At the same time, Europe is facing great challenges when availability of natural gas is scarce due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Our customers who own and operates gas turbines to produce heat and power are highly impacted by the changes in the energy landscape, short-term and longer term. We anticipate that the fuels the gas turbines will operate on will change from natural gas to fossil free alternatives step by step the coming years and the goal it to reach a Net Zero energy system.

You will get to meet experts in our global team, talk to our customers and learn lots about the energy landscape in Europe.

How You’ll Make an Impact 

You are asked to perform a market analysis for gas turbines in Europe the coming 5-10 years. How is the availability of fuels for power generation? What kind of fuels will be available in different regions? In which scenarios are operation of gas turbine running on green fuels competitive? In your analysis, you are expected to take into consideration aspects such as:

  • Availability and price of gases (fossil and renewable) in different regions in Europe
  • Country specific regulations that will affect the use of gas for power generation
  • Regulations and policies impacting the power sector
  • CO2 tax level

The results from your analysis will have a real impact. It will help us to better understand the pace of the energy transition in Europe and how we best can help our gas turbine customers to remain competitive throughout this transition.

What You Bring 

  • MSc student with good knowledge and interest in energy systems
  • You are passionate about decarbonization
  • You are eager to learn and find solutions
  • You are able to think outside the box and attack problems from different views.

About the Team

You will be part of a diverse and impact-driven team, working with positioning service products into the market of existing gas turbines worldwide. We work closely with many interfaces including sales, marketing, R&D and business development - always with the customer in focus! One of our main challenges is to help our customers be successful in the changing energy landscape.

Our Gas Services division offers Low-emission power generation through service and decarbonization. Zero or low emission power generation and all gas turbines under one roof, steam turbines and generators. Decarbonization opportunities through service offerings, modernization, and digitalization of the fleet.

Check out this page to learn more about our Gas Service business https://www.siemens-energy.com/global/en/offerings/power-generation.html

We can offer you employment benefits such as: reduction of working hours, advance vacation, health care allowance and an eventual possibility to a flexible working place.

What’s it like to work at Siemens Energy? Take a look: https://bit.ly/3hD9pvK


Who is Siemens Energy?

At Siemens Energy, we are more than just an energy technology company. We meet the growing energy demand across 90+ countries while ensuring our climate is protected. With more than 92,000 dedicated employees, we not only generate electricity for over 16% of the global community, but we’re also using our technology to help protect people and the environment.

Our global team is committed to making sustainable, reliable, and affordable energy a reality by pushing the boundaries of what is possible. We uphold a 150-year legacy of innovation that encourages our search for people who will support our focus on decarbonization, new technologies, and energy transformation.


Our Commitment to Diversity

Lucky for us, we are not all the same. Through diversity, we generate power. We run on inclusion and our combined creative energy is fueled by over 130 nationalities. Siemens Energy celebrates character – no matter what ethnic background, gender, age, religion, identity, or disability. We energize society, all of society, and we do not discriminate based on our differences.

Application

Don’t hesitate – apply via https://www.siemens-energy.com/global/en/company/jobs.html or id nr 238445 not later than November 27th.

For questions about the role, please contact the recruiting manager Mats Blomstedt on mats.blomstedt@siemens-energy.com.

Ongoing selection is applied, the role might be filled before last application date.

For questions about the recruitment process please contact the responsible recruiter Elisabet Carlsson on elisabet.carlsson.ext@siemens-energy.com.

Location: Finspång

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