Energy Transition Analyst Intern

Intern Energy Transition Analyst

Do you want to make a real impact with your analytical skills? Do you want to contribute to a clean energy transition? Are you passionate about the impacts of energy and infrastructure from economic, to environmental and social? Do you want to develop yourself in the growing field of impact measurement and be part of an ambitious and driven organisation?

We are currently looking for a motivated analyst intern to join our Energy, Water and Infrastructure team to support our projects and products.


  • You work closely with Energy, Water and Infrastructure team members on internal and client projects with regular team check-ins. At the start, you will do supplementary analysis under close supervision, as it involves client work. Soon you will get more responsibilities and support throughout all phases of a project’s cycle.
  • You support our consultancy projects by:
    • Contributing to quantitative analyses on environmental, social and economic benefits and costs based on primary and secondary data.
    • Conducting economic and business analyses to formulate and assess projects that companies can do to profitably improve their impact
    • Working together with our data, software and research teams
  • You perform research for our Energy, Water and Infrastructure impact data solutions, e.g. to enrich our impact estimates for several energy technologies, such as wind, solar and gas.

What do we offer?

  • A dynamic, flexible and stimulating working environment with a professional and young culture.
  • A 6-month full-time internship, 32-40 hours per week
  • Active coaching, regular training (onboarding, team training, consulting training, etc) and supervision
  • Access to a strong network (partner-organisations, board members)
  • A compensation between €425 and €650 per month, depending on your study progress and commuting costs up to €275 per month, based on a full-time internship
  • Functional work areas: Impact, Sustainability, Strategy, Economics, Environment, Life cycle assessment and Finance.
  • Additional benefits: Laptop

You are looking for a hands-on professional experience in a stimulating environment, where you will learn a lot and get the opportunity to work on projects that have an impact. You want an internship at a social enterprise that works on the basis of solid analysis, sustainable innovation and transparency. You are looking for an opportunity to learn about and contribute to a cutting-edge field that meets a fast growing demand among private, public and non-governmental sector organisations worldwide.


    • Completed BSc degree and working towards a MSc degree.
    • Energy and/or quantitative background (coursework in (sustainable) energy, econometrics, statistics, mathematics, physics, information sciences, life cycle assessment and/or industrial ecology)
    • Affinity with sustainable development, business consulting, economics, social or environmental sciences.
    • Experience with programming and databases is a plus
    • Ability to work hard in a professional setting
    • Ambitious person with a drive to improve the world
    • Independent, accurate, results-oriented and problem solver
    • Ability to communicate about technical issues with people without a technical background,
    • Ability to write in English and Dutch at academic level.

Internship experience with the E&U consulting team


Marije Sesink, June 2021

When I encountered the vacancy for an internship with the Energy & Utilities (E&U) team of Impact Institute it appealed to me immediately and the experience has already been very exciting! Impact Institute is a young and dynamic company with a strong vision. The range of activities and projects that are ongoing to achieve this vision translates into a very open and dynamic work environment where there is a lot to learn for everyone. What impresses me most is everyone’s true ambition about the vision for a sustainable “new” economy and how this resonates throughout the work. The team is very fun to work with, open in communication, and optimistic!

I started as an Analyst Intern in February 2021 after finishing my BSc Sustainable Innovation. Although it was not possible yet to work at the office, an effort was made to make me feel welcome and get me up to speed. In the past months, I have been working on consulting and business development projects, both within the E&U team and collaborating with the data and software teams. Generally, I work on multiple projects and in different teams at a time, having in common the focus on creating valuable insights for clients based on thorough research and sound reasoning.

Throughout the entire internship, I found that there was room for gaining knowledge and developing skills in many different fields, as well as employing previously obtained experience. For me, my previous experience with energy-related topics allowed me to understand the context and add new perspectives more easily. I felt that as my understanding of Impact Institute’s work increased this naturally led to being able to give more valuable input and room for carrying responsibilities. I appreciate that there are plenty of opportunities to develop in-depth and professional skills and to contribute to the impact that Impact Institute is making!

Are you ready?

If you recognize yourself in the above, we welcome you to apply for this position by sending your resume, cover letter and list of grades to We accept applications on a rolling basis. Earlier or later start can be discussed.

Who are we?

Impact Institute is a social enterprise. Our mission is to empower organisations and individuals to realise the impact economy. We do this by creating a common language for impact through the publication of open-source standards and by providing the tools, training, and services to implement those standards.

We provide organisations – multinationals, SMEs, NGOs, governments – with the information needed to optimise their positive impact, to create sustainable business models, innovate and manage their key stakeholders properly. Please read our vision and mission to learn more about us. The Impact Institute team also powers True Price.

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