The methanol fuel cell technology is what drove Jens-Emil to Blue World Technologies. He wants to work within green technology in the future that can help make a difference in the green transition.
At the beginning of August 2021, Jens-Emil Høholt Jensen started as a Marine and Technical Engineer Intern at Blue World Technologies in our Platform and Test department. Jens-Emil has a background as an electrician and has been working within commissioning for three years before he started to study Marine and Technical Engineering. He has travelled all over the Nordics in Denmark, Greenland, Norway, and Sweden to install generators, but now was the time for change:
The Platform and Test department
Jens-Emil is spending his internship at our Platform and Test department. He describes how during his internship interview, he talked about his competencies and which working areas he liked. Then together with Blue World, they decided which department would be most beneficial and educating for him to be:
Fuel cells are not on the agenda on MARTEC where Jens-Emil is studying Marine and Technical Engineering. Therefore, he has to apply theories and knowledge from different areas when working with fuel cells, but he believes it is a very dynamic and educational method of working with methanol fuel cells.
Language and education
Jens-Emil is a language student from his high school time, so the international environment and diverse cultures in Blue World were not so foreign to him. In fact, it was a large reason and advantage for becoming an intern here:
The Platform and Test team consists of team members from different educational backgrounds. Jens-Emil is describing how being from different backgrounds creates a dynamic team as it provides a wide aspect and different views on how things are done:
Jens-Emil is learning a lot in the Platform and Test department. He explains that he has 10 weeks of internship here at Blue World Technologies, and that he is also using this time to get inspired for his topic on his bachelor thesis. Lastly, he states that future Marine and Technical Engineers should be focusing on green work, as he believes it is the future: