Working at RWE
The energy landscape has many exciting fields. Depending on the stage of the value chain you are in, you will face many different challenges and many different specialisations and skills will be required. But wherever you find yourself at RWE, there will always be professional opportunities.
In the beginning were the raw materials: Even at RWE, the value chain starts with raw material procurement. RWE operates large-scale opencast mines for lignite mining in the Rhenish coal-mining district, and production plants for crude oil and natural gas in numerous countries – even outside Europe.
Power generation from a broad energy mix: In addition to conventional power plants, RWE operates a diverse portfolio of plants for renewable power generation. Domestic and international wind farm projects, both onshore and offshore, as well as hydroelectric and biomass power stations are just a few examples.
Energy trading as interface: Energy Trading is the hub for tradable raw materials like electricity, gas or coal, but also for emission certificates and renewable energies. Energy Trading coordinates the economic optimization of the entire unregulated gas business of RWE. Internationally connected, and with a keen sense for innovative trading products, the division forms the interface between production and sales.