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I have recently completed my undergraduate studies in Mechanical Engineering and I am looking for research/intern opportunities in India in the renewable Energy field. The issue is that I do not have any prior experience in this field. Am I asking for too much or is there a chance for me?

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  • Could you state what you found out by doing a simple google search? – Sathyam Nov 23 '15 at 12:01
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Try to find trainships or internships on traineesearch.com for example. One of the biggest companies in renewable energy is Vestas which is present in India and had a Graduate Programme, but do to restructuring this got stopped (temporarily?). You however could check their job openings. Certainly there are more renewable energy companies in India.

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