UC ENSOC students visit Enatel


Andrew Moss, Power Conversion and Energy Storage Lead and Judith Rehse, Engineering Services Lead, represented Enatel at the University of Canterbury (UC) ENSOC “yarns” night a few weeks ago. 60 engineering, computer science and math students attended, some of which were interested in a visit to Enatel.

Upon their visit, Students came to get an understanding of how Enatel develops and produces their products. Every stage was shown, from product concept, development, compliance, production, and lifecycle support. Andrew and Judith presented an overview of Enatel products, the technologies involved and the marketplaces they are used within.

Afterwards, students were taken on a tour of the Treffers Road facility, including software, project management, compliance, engineering, and a full production tour. It was great for the students to have the opportunity to learn about the wide range of professions Enatel have here, by chatting to Engineers.

“We are very happy that the students will “spread the word” to their colleagues that Enatel is a great opportunity for employment.” – Andrew Moss, Power Conversion and Energy Storage Lead