May 17th, 2019
Community Energy
May 17, 2019
Radnor, PA


Community Energy, Inc. is looking for interns to join its fun, professional and dynamic team! This is a paid internship and great opportunity for a college student or recent graduate to gain real-life experience with an entrepreneurial leader in clean energy technologies, policy and green marketing while being exposed to a wide variety of job roles. The ideal candidate would be available for a minimum of 30 hours per week (summer), must be flexible, professional and able to manage multiple tasks. Responsibilities may include market research, data analytics, customer and administrative assistance, and heading up special projects.

• Solar Development
• Strategic Initiatives (Markets/Policy/Modeling/Transactions)

• Proficient in Microsoft Excel
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Self-directed and able to thrive in a fast-paced, changing environment

About Us:
Since its inception in 1999, Community Energy has led the development and construction of more than 1,500 MW of wind and solar generating facilities.  Community Energy is a clean-energy project developer that fosters long-term relationships with customers and stakeholders to deliver low-risk, customer-focused clean energy solutions.  As an early pioneer in commercializing renewable energy assets, Community Energy leverages emerging technologies and resources to support decarbonization of our energy systems and enable a fuel-free future. Headquartered in Radnor, Pennsylvania and with offices in Boulder, Colorado and Chapel Hill North Carolina, Community Energy has a strong presence in diverse geographical markets. For more information about Community Energy please visit

Interested candidates:
Please email your cover letter, resume and include at least one reference to: Include your name in the title of any attached documents. Email subject line should read “Clean Energy Internship“.

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