Aegis Energy, EDF Group has an opening for an individual with a strong math background to review potential client’s energy bills to calculate the cost savings by utilizing a Combined Heat and Power system (CHP) that generates both heat and electricity using clean, efficient natural gas.
This position will work out of the company headquarters in Holyoke, MA and will use mathematical and simulation models of the client’s energy usage to determine cost savings. Responsibilities will include analyzing, conceptualizing, and defining the energy usage and load profiles of a client’s facility. Prepares various models of energy usage to achieve the best possible outcome from cogeneration and then defines energy data requirements and validates the information using judgment and statistical testing techniques.
The opening requires a Bachelor’s Degree in either Mathematics or Business, zero to one year’s experience conducting analysis type work, the ability to work independently and in a team environment, the ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form, and computer skills involving extensive knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
Aegis Energy, EDF Group is a turn-key, full service provider of Combined Heat and Power systems (CHP) that generate heat and electricity using clean, efficient natural gas powered engines. These modular CHP systems will reduce a facility’s dependence on expensive utility power, reduce energy costs and reduce a facility’s carbon footprint. Each CHP unit includes a natural gas fueled engine, induction generator, microprocessor control panel, and heat recovery equipment.
For 30 years, Aegis Energy, EDF Group CHP systems – also known as Cogeneration – has a proven track record of costing cutting, energy savings and carbon emissions in medium to large commercial and residential facilities such as industrial complexes, apartment buildings, hotels, college dormitories, health clubs, assisted living and retirement homes. Facilities that have implemented Aegis Energy, EDF Group CHP systems frequently experience a 3-5 year payback.
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