What do our people say?
“Working at DGE combines the best of both worlds: the dynamic and flexible working environment of a small, but fast-growing company along with well-established support functions, global reach and experience of the large sōgō shōsha* that is Mitsubishi Corporation. Being part of a diverse and motivated team, with a good balance between Japanese and locally hired staff, is another important aspect for me. We continuously work to be at the forefront of the latest developments in both the power generation and power downstream sectors, successfully bringing new and innovative projects from the early development stage to financing, construction and operation.”
* sōgō shōsha – a Japanese trading company with a wide variety of business activities all over the world
“I have worked at DGE since the company began. My role has developed considerably over the years and I’ve had the opportunity to get involved in many different aspects of the business. This has made my job more varied and interesting with no two days being the same.”
“Working at DGE gives us opportunities to do new things. I recently tested my limits by abseiling down 17 floors of the Royal London Hospital for charity!”
“It’s great working at DGE. We are a talented and enthusiastic team who enjoy the many exciting challenges that working for a young and growing company brings.”
“I started working for DGE (Middle East) in December 2015 with an open mind to challenging opportunities. I am able to use my existing skills and knowledge as well as pushing myself in new areas. Every day is different and I get to work with such a varied group of people that I am ever thankful to DGE for this opportunity. I love being part of a large organisation that can make a difference and allows me the freedom to experiment and fail and still supports my actions. I am able to think outside the box and have all my ideas considered. Every day is a learning experiment and I am happy to be part of this organisation that has so many opportunities for me in the future.”