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Graduate Job Logan Energy - Built Environment Assistant

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: ScotGrad – Graduate Placements for Growing Businesses
Reference: Logan Energy
Salary: £18,000- £22,000 p.a  

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Logan Energy deliver energy solutions incorporating fuel cells. We offer a full turnkey service – delivering system design, integration ,installation and maintenance.

Established in 1995, no other organisation has the depth or range of experience of different applications.

We are responsible for the installation of over > 140 fuel cell solutions. We have installed approximately > 18MWe of fuel cells with a current world installed capacity of 60MWe.

Unrivalled experience of the integration and installation of fuel cell technologies from a wide range of manufacturers. Our expertise in the application of fuel cells includes electricity generation, combined heat and power (CHP), combined cooling heat and power (CCHP or tri-generation) utilising a number of base fuels ranging from natural gas and LPG through various bio-fuels to anaerobic digester gases.

We can provide solutions that:

  • Achieve higher availability than alternative systems.
  • Help reduce CO2 Eliminate products of combustion.
  • Provide the highest efficiencies available.
  • Are virtually silent in operation

 

Logan Energy has a position for a graduate to manage different fuel cell installation projects.

The graduate will work closely with the Managing Director and training will be provided. This is a 12 month placement based in Edinburgh with an opportunity to be converted to a permanent role.

Applications to our current graduate placements will be progressed through Talent Scotland.

Location: Scotland

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