Strategy and Energy Market Analyst

Requisition ID:  8990

Brussels, BE, 1000


Sustainability Solutions - EMEAI


Brussels office






ENGIE Impact delivers sustainability solutions and services to corporations, cities and governments across the globe. Comprised of existing and proven ENGIE Group businesses, ENGIE Impact brings together a wide range of strategic and technical capabilities, to provide a comprehensive offer to support clients in tackling their complex sustainability challenges from strategy to execution. Why join us?


With 18 offices worldwide and headquarters in New York City, ENGIE Impact today has a portfolio of 1,000 clients, including 25% of the Fortune 500 Companies, across more than 1,000,000 sites. Uniting ENGIE Insight, Ecova UK, Red Engineering and the Advisory and Advanced Analytics division of Tractebel under a common umbrella, ENGIE Impact was created to engage with executives and organizational leaders to set tailored strategies and specific roadmaps to achieve their sustainability and zero-carbon objectives, across energy, water, waste and more, globally.



Ready to act Right Now, for Tomorrow?


Job Description: Strategy and Energy Market Analyst

To support the expansion of ENGIE Impact in the EMEAI region, and bring the highest standard of consulting services to ENGIE Impact’s clients, we are looking for the following profile based in Brussels (Belgium):


You like to be challenged on complex energy-related questions, you are creative in finding solutions for the energy and decarbonization transition. As a Strategy and Energy Market Analyst, you are part of a transversal team, focusing on projects for internal ENGIE clients.


Together with project teammates, you support ENGIE’s functional and operational entities across multiple geographies in better understanding the transformation of the energy landscape in increasingly complex and uncertain environments. You notably analyze what are the key issues and opportunities locally in terms of regulation, renewable integration and decarbonization challenges.


You actively participate to the reputation of ENGIE Impact by your personal involvement in the projects. The role will require you to:


Provide advisory services in Energy Economics and Decarbonization strategies

  • Design and/or operate optimization tools to evaluate the long-term evolution of the energy sectors (technology mix, actors & competition, regulation, carbon footprint, costs…) across multiple geographies.
  • Evaluate macro-trends and perform techno-economic analyses (regional/country level) to assess different decarbonization strategies. Build presentations and communicate your findings directly with the relevant Business Units.
  • Support Impact’s clients in shaping a view on emerging and innovative solutions (green gases including H2, CCUS, e-fuels, decentralized generation, storage, etc.)


Build expertise and contribute to projects in one or more of the following fields

  • Improve market understanding on the various energy vectors and advise Corporate Strategy and the Business Units on these topics. Example of recent activities: model the flow-based coupling for the European day-ahead power market. 
  • Follow up on Carbon markets and decarbonization policy instruments (tax credits, subsidies, …).
  • Support ENGIE’s entities on specific questions concerning strategic, regulatory and market challenges to achieve the societal & Group decarbonization ambition. Examples of recent activities: estimate the potential of underground hydrogen storage by 2030 in central western Europe; develop a multi-sectoral least-cost path to carbon-neutrality in the EU by 2050.


Participate actively to business and organization development

  • Contribute to the realization of proposals.
  • Support content development, asset creation, and business development efforts.
  • Actively crossbreed with peers across the company on all the aforementioned topics.



Qualifications - Do you tick the boxes?

We are looking for talented and motivated people to create the future of sustainability transition. Join a rewarding and flexible work environment that encourages innovation and creativity and help us meet the energy challenges of today and tomorrow. 


  • You have a Master's degree in Engineering or Economics, with strong interest in the energy transition and sustainability
  • You have prior experience in either academic or industry/consulting. A PhD will be considered an asset.
  • You have good knowledge of micro-economics and have a consultant exposure/mindset.
  • You are enthusiastic about working on quantitative problems, you can synthesize complex concepts and are able to provide insightful presentations of the results.
  • You have excellent analytical skills and can adapt to the usage of multiple energy system models (commercial softwares such as Plexos® or in-house algorithms).
  • You are recognized for your interpersonal skills, creativity, and capacity to build relationships with clients and colleagues, build team spirit and work in a multi-cultural team.
  • You are proficient with MS Tools (Excel, PowerPoint). Experience with programming environments (GAMS, Python, R, etc.) is an asset.
  • You speak English fluently. Other languages are considered a plus.



Equal Employment Opportunity

All employment decisions shall be made without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.

Business Unit:  GBU Energy Solutions
Division:  ES ENGIE Impact - Europe
Contract Type:  Permanent
Job Type: 
Professional Experience:  Junior (experience < 3 years)
Education Level:  Master's Degree