DOE IA Multilateral Climate and Clean Energy Fellowships

DOE IA Multilateral Climate and Clean Energy Fellowships
DOE IA Multilateral Climate and Clean Energy Fellowships

DOE Science, Technology and Policy Program - Opportunity at the DOE Office of International Affairs - Multilateral Climate and Clean Energy

Application Deadline: May 17, 2024 @ 11:59 PM Eastern Time Zone

What will I be doing?
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of International Affairs (IA), Office of Multilateral Climate and Clean Energy Engagement seeks motivated candidates to take on today’s pressing climate challenges through a fellowship with its DOE Science, Technology, and Policy (STP) Program. Specifically, this fellowship will focus on the challenges of industrial decarbonization through the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM). The CEM is a multilateral organization with 29 member countries, including the United States, working to rapidly increase the deployment of clean energy technologies.

This fellowship may support the development and harmonization of low- and near-zero emission intensity thresholds for steel, cement and concrete as well as reporting practices. It may also involve research and policy analysis under other U.S.-involved CEM initiatives. Qualifications in this subject area are desired (see below).

A fellowship in IA will give you the opportunity to apply scientific, technical, and policy knowledge to the development and implementation of international climate and clean energy solutions as well as to continue your education and involvement in areas that support the DOE mission.

Successful fellows come from a wide range of backgrounds, but education, experience, and/or demonstrated interest in the following subject areas is desirable:

• Carbon accounting, environmental impact assessment, or product performance assessment, preferably with an analytic focus
• Steel, cement, and concrete production processes and understanding of major emissions sources in these processes
• Product life cycle assessments
• Product Category Rules and Environmental Product Declarations
• Reading and interpreting technical standards
• Data handling

Benefits: Participants will receive a stipend to be determined by IA. Stipends are typically based on the participant's academic standing, discipline, experience, and research facility location. IA may authorize a supplemental stipend to offset the costs of health insurance. Participants are eligible to purchase health insurance plans offered through ORISE. Participants may receive an allowance for education and/or scientific activities as approved by IA.

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The details: Located in Washington, D.C. You must be a U.S. Citizen with a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctoral Degree. If currently pursuing their degree, all degree requirements must be completed by July 31, 2024.

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Questions? Email Please list the reference code [DOE-STP-IA-2024-2403] for this opportunity in the subject line of your email.