Mechanical Engineer Intern – Enphase, Austin, TX, United States

Mechanical Engineer Intern – Enphase, Austin, TX, United States

About Enphase

Founded in 2006, Enphase transformed the solar industry with our revolutionary microinverter technology, which turns sunlight into a safe, reliable, resilient, and scalable source of energy to power our lives. Today, our intelligent microinverters work with virtually every solar panel made, and when paired with our award-winning smart battery technology, they create one of the industry’s best-performing clean energy systems.

The Enphase Energy System helps people make, use, save, and sell their own power. This includes our industry-leading app, which provides unprecedented data and control in the palm of your hand.

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For the first time in the evolution of our centuries-old grid, people can get paid for the clean energy they produce and share with their communities and build a new energy future that harnesses the sun. This clean, free, abundant source of energy can power our lives and ultimately help replace fossil fuels altogether.

Today, if you see a home with solar panels on it, there’s a good chance it’s an Enphase home. We have installed more than 58 million microinverters on over 3.0 million homes in over 145 countries, helping millions of people gain access to clean, affordable, and reliable energy while creating good jobs and a more carbon-free future for everyone. Enphase is putting people and their power at the center of our shared energy future.

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Enphase. Power by people.

Our company values show up in how we work together, how we perform, and how we all get rewarded.

Enphase’s best-in-class energy management solutions, spanning solar energy generation, battery storage, EV charging, and cloud-based monitoring and control, provide the smart energy needed to drive global sustainable development. Our products and services directly address the urgent challenges presented by climate change and the transition to a low-carbon economy.

Mechanical Engineer Intern – Enphase, Austin, TX, United States

Our mission at Enphase Energy is to advance a sustainable future for all.

Today, our intelligent microinverters, which turn sunlight into an affordable, safe, reliable, and scalable source of energy, work with virtually every solar panel made, and when paired with our award-winning smart battery technology, we engineer one of the industry’s best-performing clean energy systems. To date, we have installed more than 36 million microinverters on more than 1.5 million homes across 130 countries.

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Like our customers, our innovative teams are also worldwide, making Enphase Energy a truly global company. We are one of the fastest growing and most dynamic energy companies in the world. Nimble and acutely focused on developing ground-breaking solar energy management technology, each of our teams have a shared goal of creating a carbon-free future.

At Enphase we are also committed to diversity and inclusion. Developing cutting edge technology requires a workforce as diverse as the populations we wish to serve. We are a values-driven company that puts people and their power at the center of our shared energy future.

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As we work towards our vision for a solar-powered planet, we need a creative and talented university student to join our mechanical design team as a Mechanical Engineer Intern in Austin, Texas. Join us on our mission!

Internship timeframe: Fall 2023 Internship (approx. 12+ weeks sometime between July and December 2023)

Internship Responsibilities: Mechanical Engineer Intern – Enphase, Austin, TX, United States

Mechanical design of components and assemblies supervised by Sr./Staff Mechanical engineers

  • Producing detailed drawings
  • Hands-on building prototype parts/assemblies for mechanical design concept validation
  • Conducting mechanical DVT testing
  • Continuous improving mechanical DVT test efficiency such as introducing test automation.

Minimum Qualifications: Mechanical Engineer Intern – Enphase, Austin, TX, United States

University student working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or a related field. Strong academic performance preferred.

  • Experience with or exposure to Solidworks
  • Experience with or exposure to Injection Molding, Sheet metal, 3D printing, and CNC Machining processes 
  • Possess excellent communication and documentation skills
  • Demonstrate accuracy and precision in your work

What would make you stand out? 

  • Experience using tools such as Solidworks Simulation for FEA and/or thermal analysis
  • Experience verifying studies with real-life testing
  • Experience with consumer products 
  • Experience with Top-down modeling strategies such as Master Modeling 
  • Experience with Solidworks PDM
  • Experience with Test Automation




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Simon Tyrus Caine

Simon Tyrus Caine is a solar energy expert with more than 10 years experience in the solar sector. Simon has worked and lived in more than 5 countries. Simon has been involved in solar installations, solar project development, solar financing as well as business development in the solar sector. At SolarEyes International, Simon manages content development and day to day operations of the organisation.

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