Internship at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations

first_imgInternship at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations Share 0 ← Apply for Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships! Tweet Reddit August 7, 2015 Published by miro Furniture Design Award in Singapore → +1 Similar Stories Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. LinkedIn 0 Pocket Deadline: 24 August 2015Open to: applicants with BA degree relevant for this internship and current enrolment for MA degreeRemuneration: a stipend of EUR 300 gross per monthDescriptionThe Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’ is the leading Dutch think tank and diplomatic academy on international affairs. The institute provides public and private sector organizations with in-depth analysis of global developments in the fields of international security and conflict management, EU integration and EU in the world. Clingendael specifically focuses on the position and the role of the Netherlands and the EU.With Clingendael Research, there is an opening for an intern (for 36 hours per week) for the team working on the EU in the World, from 14 September 2015 – 14 December 2015 in The Hague, The Netherlands . The research team working on EU in the world provides analysis and policy advice for governments, international and intergovernmental organizations, research councils and other bodies. Research themes include the EU’s neighbourhood policy and cooperation with global strategic partners, EU external representation in multilateral fora, global issues, and trends in diplomacy. This internship focuses on innovation in diplomacy in the digital age. The intern will have following tasks:Research assistance for research projects relating to the impact of digitalization on diplomacy and the role of social media/digital diplomacy;Pro-active assistance with two research projects, one on South Korean ‘digital diplomacy’ in the context of the strategic partnership with the EU; the other on the use of digital tools including social media in the context of the EU in international crises. This is the major component of the internship;Organizing conferences, expert meetings, other events and team meetings with the researchers, in particular contributing to content-preparation, practical organization and meeting reports. This is a minor component of the internship;Contributions to writing background material, drafts and social media content.EligibilityFollowing qualifications are required:BA degree relevant for this internship and current enrolment for MA degree;Excellence in research, familiarity with research methods, good English writing skills;Interest in social media and the impact of digitalization on international relations;Service minded, social skills, capable of reaching deadlines;Excellent knowledge of English. Good working knowledge of Korean and/or Dutch is an asset;Capable of working independently on the basis of instructions, team player;Network-oriented, feeling at home in international environment.RemunerationThe internship is remunerated by a stipend of EUR 300 gross per month. Clingendael also offers the opportunity to gain practical, policy oriented research experience in one of Europe’s top ranking think tanks, in close cooperation with its researchers and stakeholders as policy makers, academics and (international) organizations.How to apply?The deadline for applications is 24 Augut 2015. Interested candidates can send an application letter together with a curriculum vitae to [email protected] Please indicate the vacancy number of the position you are applying for in the subject of your e-mail as well as in your application letter (RESINT.15.07.27).For more information please visit the official website.last_img read more

SPI Energy connects 12.8 MW of distributed solar in China

first_imgSPI Energy connects 12.8 MW of distributed solar in ChinaSPI Energy has powered four distributed generation projects totaling 12.8 MW in Jiangsu, Jiangxi and Shandong provinces of China. May 31, 2016 Adilya Zaripova Installations Markets Markets & Policy Share Shanghai-based PV solutions provider SPI Energy has recently completed and successfully connected to the grid four PV projects for distributed power generation in three Chinese provinces.The largest of the four projects is a 5 MW Hai’an rooftop PV project in Jiangsu province. The plant is comprised of 19,000 PV modules manufactured by SPI Energy and installed across the area of 49,000 square meters.Another project, a 2 MW rooftop solar plant in Suzhou Industrial Park is also located in Jiangsu province. It utilizes 8,000 PV modules installed across a total surface area of 41,000 square meters.A 1.8 MW rooftop PV project in Jiangxi province involved the installation of 7,000 PV modules, which are now covering a total surface area of 30,000 square meters in the Fuzhou high-tech industrial development zone.The fourth project is a 4 MW Shouguang city solar plant in Shandong province. It is comprised of 16,000 modules supplied by SPI, and designed to provide electricity for a local 64-hectare large farmland.According to the announcement, Solarbao.com, SPI Energy’s e-commerce and investment platform, provides financial leasing services for the four distributed solar projects. Through the online platform, investors were able to purchase the PV modules and kits used in the construction phase and lease them back for a fixed fee. 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