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Renewables - graduate opportunities

Equinor's renewable business is growing rapidly, and we are already innovators in offshore wind and a world leader in carbon capture and storage. Our ambition is to continue to grow profitably while expanding into other renewable energy sources as a leader in the field.

The renewable portfolio includes several technologies Equinor already has a world-leading position in, including floating offshore wind and innovative battery solutions to improve performance from wind-based electricity production.

Meet one of our graduates

Marine joined Equinor in strategy and business development before moving into renewables for her latest rotation. Listen as she talks about some of the highlights of her experience so far.

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What can I do in renewables?

We're a large organisation expanding rapidly as we grow our expertise and move into new markets. For graduates, this means working at the heart of progress in our sector and gaining exposure to a broad range of career opportunities.

Those joining our renewables programme could end up working in one or more of the following areas:

  • Strategy & Business Development: implement renewables strategy and secure access to new profitable opportunities
  • Project Development: develop safe, sustainable, predictable, and competitive renewable projects
  • Operations & Maintenance: ensure safe, sustainable, and efficient operations of renewable assets
  • Technology Development: drive renewables technology development and innovation

Who can apply?

We're looking for graduates from the following degree subjects and disciplines:

Energy and Environmental Engineering; Renewables Energy Engineering; Sustainable Energy Engineering; Process & Environmental Systems Engineering; Electrical Power Engineering; Energy storage; Geotechnical Engineering; Process Engineering; Materials Science & Engineering; Automation Engineering; Electronic Systems Engineering; Physics and Mathematics; Electrochemical engineering; Process data analytics and simulation; Predictive analytics and machine learning; Industrial Economics, Technology & Management; Business Administration & Science.

Which locations could I be based in?

Graduates joining Renewables could be assigned to any of the following locations:

  • Norway (Oslo, Stavanger, Trondheim, Bergen)
  • UK (London, Great Yarmouth & Port of Tyne)
  • Poland (Warsaw)
  • South Korea (Busan)
  • potentially Brazil (Rio)

Related information

Our ambition is to be a net zero company by 2050. Learn more about the renewables and low carbon projects that will get us there.

Renewable energy and low-carbon solutions