As engineers and specialists, working on the most innovative and ground-breaking projects is what we do. This is all the more crucial now, when the world needs to come together to make the green transition a reality. If you want to work on some of the most complex and never-before attempted energy projects, then join us for possibly the biggest challenge of your career! Are you up for the challenge?
Our projects are complex, global and high-impact. They require a wide range of competencies, and they are full of exciting challenges. Explore the ways you can challenge yourself at COWI:
Replace crude oil with leftovers from fast food kitchens to reduce carbon emissions by up to 1.7 millions ton per year? Challenge accepted!
The Norwegian energy major, Equinor, is planning to build a 12-16 GW renewables portfolio by 2030. Supporting its energy transition? Challenge accepted!
Building an artificial island in the North Sea that produces enough energy to power ten million households in Europe? Challenge accepted!
Turning heavy transportation across Denmark green and reducing annual carbon emissions by almost one megatonne? Challenge accepted!
Working with us, you will help design and develop the world of tomorrow. Whether you are a high-voltage engineer, marine specialist or structural engineer, you will be a part of shaping a sustainable and livable world.
Get to know what drives some of our colleagues working on projects supporting the green transition.
“It is exciting to be a part of the green energy boom in COWI as it is an expanding market with a lot of development in both the scale and geographic location of our projects.”
“I have always been involved in green energy and it's really exciting to work on big, pioneering projects that have a global purpose. Knowing that I'm doing something that makes a positive difference to the future is truly motivating.”
“We have a great internal system for knowledge sharing and our collective wisdom goes beyond geographies. Here, it doesn’t matter where you sit, it matters how you can collaborate with you colleagues around the world.”
“To me, it is personally very motivating that we get to make the world a more sustainable place for everyone. Thanks to this project, I got to learn about and work on things that, as a hydraulics engineer, I would normally never work with.”
“The ability to convert ideas into reality is definitely the best part of my job. We are often in a role where striking the right balance between design legislation, guidance, best-practices, and experience is crucial.”
“What I truly appreciate about working at COWI is the supportive work environment. My department has a strong sense of community, where we collaborate to create a positive workplace and also some really impressive results.”
Hear COWI’s CEO, Jens Højgaard Christoffersen’s, view on the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.
“By co-creating with our customers, we can develop innovative solutions that could answer the biggest challenges of our time.”-Jens Højgaard Christoffersen, CEO of the COWI Group