Applications are now open for recent graduates and energy professionals to apply to DOE’s new Clean Energy Innovator Fellowship. This exciting program sends qualified fellows to spend one to two years working at critical energy organizations to advance clean energy solutions. Ideal candidates will already have clean energy related knowledge and skills and an interest to build them further.
Fellows will get hands on experience working at eligible host organizations, which include electric public utility commissions, municipal and cooperative utilities, and grid operators, such as regional transmission organizations or independent system operators.
Innovator Fellows support projects identified by host organizations as critical to advancing decarbonization and that also ensure energy affordability and grid reliability during the clean energy transition.
Please share this announcement with others that may be interested, and potential candidates can learn more and apply here. Applications are due May 6.