TenneT is Europe’s first cross-border grid operator for electricity. With approximately 5,000 employees, 23,500 kilometres of (extra) high-voltage lines and 42 million end-users in the Netherlands and Germany, we rank among the top five grid operators in Europe. Our focus is to develop a North-West European energy market, to integrate renewable energy, and to optimize our safety performance. Safety is a core value of TenneT. We set high standards, for our employees as well as our contractors. Taking power further. TenneT is a certified Top Employer, which means that we are demonstrably committed to creating the best working environment for our employees.
TenneT supplies the electricity for all appliances and systems that consume electricity in your home, at your sports club, in all public areas and more. The Netherlands and a large part of Germany rely on TenneT's services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. With over 23,500 kilometres of high-voltage connections on land and at sea and some 5,000 employees, TenneT is one of Europe's largest electricity transmission companies with no less than 41 million end users in the Netherlands and Germany. Without TenneT you wouldn't be able to use your computer, keep your food fresh in the fridge, charge your phone, watch TV, PIN or even turn on the light. Moreover, no cars, clothing or equipment could be produced, because factories obviously need electricity. Without electricity we would struggle to survive in our 24-hour society. Fortunately, TenneT is doing everything it can to keep the lights on. The availability of their grid is as high as 99.99%. This makes TenneT one of the best grid operators in the world.
- TenneT is looking for top (Electrical) technical talent that is committed to the energy transition. Doing an internship, graduating, following a traineeship: it's all possible at TenneT.
- We are looking for candidates with a background in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, mathematics, physics, econometrics, renewable energy, technical business administration or other energy-related studies.