Ida graduated from NTNU this spring with an MSc in Energy and Environment. Her specialisation is in power systemsand her bachelor’s degree was in renewable energy from NTNU. In her master’s thesis, Ida created a control system for the use of fast charging stations for electric vehicles as voltage support in the distribution grid. Ida has previously had summer internships in Bane NOR and Statnett, in addition to the internship at THEMA in 2020.
“I wanted to work at THEMA because I wish to work with issues related to electrification and sustainability. During my six-week internship, I got to experience the great working environment here at THEMA. I have experienced that my competence is valued and I get to challenge myself with new diciplines’’