Quantitative Meteorology


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Quantitative Meteorology

Are you ready to dive into the exciting world of weather data and its impact on energy markets? Do you have a passion for complex topics and a drive to innovate in the energy sector?

In our new Fundamental Modelling team at Norlys Energy Trading (NET), we specialize in analyzing weather-related data to understand its impact on energy production and demand. This is crucial for predicting renewable energy production and integrating it efficiently into the power grid, reducing power price volatility and helping the green transition.

As a researcher in quantitative meteorology, your focus will be applying knowledge about fundamental meteorology to the energy markets. This may include recent research like AI-based forecasts and established knowledge such as weather regimes and tele-connections. Your work will result in actionable insights based on weather forecasts into how the energy markets react on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.  

Your role

  • Apply meteorology research in the context of energy trading e.g., extract information to generate signals or apply machine learning techniques to improve a forecast
  • Lead and/or contribute to projects applying machine learning to weather data
  • Collaborate with stakeholders in energy trading teams
  • Analyze weather and energy trading data to create innovative ideas and insights
  • Stay up to date on relevant quantitative meteorology research


  • M.Sc. in a relevant technical field (e.g., physics, engineering)
  • 3+ years' experience or Ph.D. in a relevant field of study
  • Quantitative meteorology experience is an advantage but not a requirement
Quantitative meteorology will be pivotal in providing a smooth transition to a green renewable energy future and this role is a unique opportunity for anyone with an interest in meteorology and machine learning.

Simon Kamronn

Manager, Fundamental Modelling


  • Proficient in Python programming
  • Experience with scientific tools used in atmospheric science e.g., Xarray, cartopy
  • Experience working with gridded weather data is a plus
  • Skilled in data management and visualization
  • Effective communication and collaboration skills

What we offer

  • Exciting working environment at forefront of quantitative meteorology in the energy sector
  • Competitive compensation and benefits
  • A collaborative, innovative, and autonomous team

Location: Aarhus, Aalborg, or Copenhagen. Some days in Aalborg is expected

For further questions about this unique opportunity, contact Simon Kamronn. We are eagerly anticipating your application!

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Simon Kamronn

Simon Kamronn

Manager, Fundamental Modelling