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This Mechanical Engineering Internship will involve providing design and support for project management of central utility plants, alternative energy, and facilities /infrastructure projects primarily for commercial office, industrial, governmental, and higher education facilities.

• Design mechanical systems including: heating, cooling, heat rejection, air distribution, ventilation, air conditioning, building automation and controls 
• Prepare drawings detailing the system designed. 
• Analyze commercial building energy allocations and identify energy efficiency cost improvement opportunities. 
• Assess regulatory, technical, and market issues to prioritize energy options. 
• Provide regular reports as to the overall effectiveness of the energy management program implemented. 
• Reach out to suppliers and contractors for pricing quotes, building equipment data & other specs 
•Independently schedule and prioritize requests to ensure deadlines are met. 

• Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering 
• Knowledge of and a working familiarity with current codes, standards, and regulations; Excel proficiency 
• Good communication skills both written and verbal; good supervisory skills 
• Ability to balance multiple projects under tight deadlines 
• Prior mechanical engineering work experience a plus 
Interested individuals are encouraged to respond directly to Associated Renewable. Please submit your resume in word or PDF format to:


T: +6 03 2694 3033
M: yat@dem-esb.dk