Réf. 259989

Stage - Electricité / Electrotechnique

Pays : Afrique du Sud - Johannesburg

Début : dès que possible
Durée : de 5 à 6 mois
Indem. : à définir


NKo Energy is a start-up focused on providing competitive renewable energy solutions to businesses in Africa.

With 620 million people off-grid, Africa it the most underserved continent in the world in terms of access to electricity. No grid or poor grid situations translate into huge difficulties and additional costs for companies: more than 50% are equipped with generators, and electricity is considered the biggest obstacle to do business in Africa.

NKo Energy aims to bridge that gap by bringing competitive, easy-to deploy, and pre-financed renewable energy solutions.

NKo Energy is seeded by LiquidAfrica, a leading corporate finance and advisory firm having a 15+ years’ track-record with high growth companies on the continent.


Job description

The intern will be offered hands-on training and the opportunity to gain experience within the fast-paced and challenging environment of a start-up.

Duties will include:

  • End-to-end development of a pilot project in Ghana. Includes site visits, interviews with client and managers, contact with suppliers, technical and dimensioning studies, delivery of reports and presentations to client, sponsors and investors.
  • 2- Design-to-cost study of an off-grid modular solar energy solution. Includes electrical/mechanical design, screening and interactions with potential suppliers (equipment manufacturers, services providers, shipping/logistics…), and patent analysis.
  • 3- General business development. Preparation of technical toolkits, financial models, and investors presentation.


 Strong interest in renewable energy and Sub-Saharan Africa

 Strong technical acumen and creativity

 Ability to present results in an organized manner

 Ability to work in an entrepreneurial environment and under pressure

 Well-developed sense of initiative

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