Careers at Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation

Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation offers unique opportunities for challenging, effective and rewarding work. It is our constant endeavour to recruit people with whom we can build a mutually engaged and lasting relationship.

We encourage you to keep checking this page regularly for available positions.

Apart from the applications received against vacant positions, Shakti is always interested in receiving resumes from outstanding candidates. While we may not have a suitable opening at this point, we maintain a database of candidates who would like to be considered for future openings. Please email us at if you are interested in working with us.

While we respect all the applications we receive from applicants, we are unable to respond personally to each applicant due to high volume of applications received by us. Please be assured that we will review and process your application in a timely manner and contact you when a potential match has been determined.

Current Openings:
  1. Program Manager (Sustainable Transport)
Energy Efficiency
Climate Policy
  • Your Own Sun : A Manual on Solar Rooftop

    Rooftop Solar has many benefits for individual consumers and for the country as a whole.This manual provides apt and timely information to consumers seeking to install rooftop solar systems.>>

  • Promoting Electric Vehicles in India

    Emissions from the transport sector contribute significantly to deteriorating air quality and human health in cities. Electric Vehicles are a promising pathway towards improving air-quality, energy security and economic opportunities.>>

  • Strengthening Air Quality Management

    The Delhi-NCR region’s air pollution problem is by now a well-documented and visible fact. In a recent national survey on air pollution undertaken by Edelman India on behalf of Shakti, Delhi residents displayed high levels of awareness of air pollution and its issues. But there were also some misconceptions.>>

  • Facilitating Energy Efficiency in Indian Railways

    The Indian Railways has identified potential opportunities for energy savings and is aggressively pushing towards energy efficiency and using alternate clean fuels in the non-traction segment.>>

  • Policy analysis to inform India’s position on an HFC phase down agreement

    At Kigali, India displayed leadership and flexibility by announcing several important measures to phase down HFCs. Given this important development, Shakti is supporting several efforts to enable a more informed policy discourse on this transition.>>