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The Micrositing process & tools engineer actively participates in the design of the micrositing processes and tools, understands the need of the global micrositing community and listen to their feedbacks. She/He writes and validates algorithms for analyzing the wind resource, the mechanical loads calculations and for optimizing the electrical yield.
As an integral part of GE, this critical engineering role in the front end of the business helps us understands the global and micro wind meteorology. Influences the turbine operation and production, and proposes solutions to fasten and consolidate the micrositing process, and to add value to our solutions for the customer.
In this role, you will: