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Energy Intern (German Speaker)

  • Internship
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Sustainability
  • London
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  • You need a final year Bachelor's or Master's student in Economics, Physics, Math, or Engineering with strong analytical skills, fluency in English and German, MS Office proficiency, and ability to work collaboratively. Energy sector internship experience is a bonus.
  • You will support the energy team by developing models and analyzing policy impacts in European countries. Your tasks include improving models and studying energy regulation.


  • Currently undertaking final year of Bachelor's or Master’s Degree in Economics, Physics, Math or Engineering
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Proficiency in MS applications including Outlook, Excel, and Word
  • Fluency in English and German is required, other languages are a plus
  • Strong organisational and prioritisation skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a collaborative environment
  • Previous internship experience in the energy sector is desirable.


  • You will be working within the energy team both on the modelling capability and on policy and regulation issues. As such, your daily work will be to support the team in developing/improving models, and in analysing the impacts of energy/environment regulation in a variety of European countries.


When should I be in my academic career to apply for the Energy Intern position?

You should be in your final year of Bachelor's or Master's degree to apply for the Energy Intern position.

How long is the internship for the Energy Intern position?

The internship for the Energy Intern position is for 3 to 6 months.

Do I need to be fluent in German to apply for the Energy Intern position?

Yes, the ability to speak German is required for the Energy Intern position.



Mission & Purpose

One of the world’s leading economic consulting firms, Compass Lexecon provides law firms, corporations and government clients with clear analysis of complex issues. We have been involved in a broad spectrum of matters related to economics and finance – providing critical insight in legal and regulatory proceedings, strategic decisions and public policy debates. Our experience and expertise apply to virtually any question of economics, in virtually any context of the law or business. At Compass Lexecon, we believe that critical economic issues – whether in connection with litigation, regulatory review, strategic planning or other corporate activities – are best understood when subjected to a rigorous empirical analysis. Our firm is known for developing a thorough understanding of the issues that face our clients, relating those issues to relevant economic theory, and then supporting our analysis with solid and persuasive empirical evidence. One of our most valuable assets is our ability to present complex concepts and data in an understandable manner. Our successes in the courtroom and before regulatory agencies over the years have validated our approach. Compass Lexecon was formed in January 2008 through the combination of Competition Policy Associates (COMPASS) and Lexecon. For the past 15 years, Compass Lexecon has been ranked as one of the leading antitrust economics firms in the world by the Global Competition Review.