Join the Team!

Our team is working very hard to develop power generation and carbon capture systems that
will help the world reach its environmental goals and create a healthier planet for the next
generations. With the right people, we believe we could have a big part in making that happen.
We always have our eye out for smart and creative individuals who want to be part of a
professional team that is passionate about what they do, work hard to get the job done, and are team players all along the way.

If you think you have the skills and expertise to lend, please get in touch with us. Send your resume to [email protected].

Current Openings

Electrical Engineer


  • Designs, evaluates, and supports electrical systems and equipment used for power generation.
  • Applies engineering fundamentals to solve complex electrical design problems, and develop innovative power solutions based on project requirements and organizational standards
  • Produces engineering drawings including electrical diagrams, cable and conduit schedules, and equipment wiring diagrams.
  • Designs, implements, maintains, and improves electrical circuits, instruments, equipment, components, systems, and testing for consistency, efficiency and capability while always adhering to organizational and industry standards and expectations. 
  • Performs circuit design for the electrical side of heat and power generation, including design of grounding circuits. 
  • Performs detailed calculations to determine component requirements and routing for electrical equipment including but not limited to cables, breakers, transformers, and conduits and to develop installation standards and specifications. 
  • Configures and programs electrical devices such as variable frequency drives.
  • Develops and documents specifications, installation and maintenance requirements and procedures for electrical systems and equipment.
  • Prepares documentation and records of verification/validation for new designs and engineering changes to existing products.
  • Evaluates data from electrical system in normal operation state and evaluates potential risks. Makes recommendations to improve design, development, performance, and reliability. Troubleshoots issues and makes root cause determination and recommends solutions. 
  • Recommends or selects equipment based on system and component specifications. Presents recommendations to leadership team. Partners with appropriate vendors. 
  • Supports control systems for generators, including switch gears and transformers. 
  • Provides engineering support to entire engineering team, staff, and contractors. 


  • Working knowledge of variable frequency drives, circuit breakers, relays, and parallel switch gears
  • Advanced skills in the design of electrical systems
  • Ability to communicate effectively with teams, contractors, suppliers, and co-workers.


  • Eight or more years of experience as an electrical engineer. Experience in a power generation/combined heat and power organization preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering
  • Current PE (professional engineer) certification required
  • Strong ability to manage projects and teams


  • Walking, sitting, and standing for extended periods of time, often in an industrial environmen
  • May be subject to heat or cold external conditions
  • Ability to lift up to 50lbs. 

Qualified candidates should send their resume and cover letter including salary requirements to [email protected]. EOE/AA

ESG Clean Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) that values and respects the importance of a diverse and inclusive workforce. It is the policy of the company to recruit, hire, train and promote persons in all job titles without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. We recognize that diversity and inclusion is a driving force in the success of our company.

ESG Clean Energy, LLC
1111 Elm Street, Suite 38
West Springfield, MA 01089
(413) 272-2135 Main
(413) 439-0266 Fax


Distributed energy with carbon capture