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At Climeon, we strive to make the world a better place by improving the climate and environment with our Heat Power modules that converts low temperature heat into electricity. Our modules contain advanced mechanics, challenging thermodynamic processes, high performance power electronics, demanding control software, state of the art cloud solutions and much more. Our Software team is responsible for development of control system and IoT solutions and we are now looking for a Software Developer to join the team!

As a Software Engineer at Climeon, you will be developing new products as well as installing and supporting our existing products but your main focus will be developing our cloud system. Our cloud platform collects, analyses and acts on real-time data from a fleet of powerplants. You will work with all parts of our cloud platform. From data collection (Python, Docker), data ingestion and retrieval (C, .NET, Azure), data analysis (Python) and data visualization (JavaScript, Vue). All of our services are hosted on Azure, so cloud experience on Azure is preferred. Sometimes you will also be working with the control system. To be efficient in working in both the cloud system and the control system you will need some knowledge and understanding of the machine and process so engineering knowledge and competence outside of software is important.

You will be a part of a small close-knit software team, but you will be working in close collaboration with our other departments as well, mainly our Service and Delivery team. You will be based at our HQ in Kista, Stockholm but since our modules are being installed in various locations around the globe, you might be required to travel from time to time.

To succeed in the role we seek someone with the following;

  • Minimum 2-3 years working experience within Software development
  • Masters degree within the technical field, mechatronics or similar is a plus.
  • Technical competence within most of the following areas;
  • .NET


  • C
  • Azure (Or any other cloud provider such as AWS, GCP etc)
  • JavaScript Vue
  • Python
  • Docker
  • SQL server
  • Git

We consider it a plus if you have competence within the following:

  • Automation Studio
  • Structured Text
  • Control theory
  • Mechatronics
  • Some IoT background
  • Comfortable working in Linux



We seek someone who is curious, eager to learn and able to work independently. You are prestige-less and easy to cooperate with; meaning you enjoy supporting your colleagues with your knowledge and roll up your sleeves when needed. We also believe that you are solution-oriented and flexible; a changing and fast-paced environment is where you thrive.

Why Climeon?

Climeon is a clean-tech vendor, providing a technology that uses the energy in waste heat from industries and low-temperature geothermal heat to generate electricity. Waste heat and geothermal energy (below 120°C) jointly comprise a vast energy source that is largely untapped today due to limitations of existing technologies. Climeons product is one of the first waste heat recovery system which can utilize this previously unexploited source of energy to efficiently produce electricity. Climeon received its first order in 2015 and has since then established a global customer base within maritime and industrial waste heat recovery and geothermal heat power.

By joining us, you will become a valuable and appreciated member at a workplace where everybody is passionate about contributing to making a difference towards a more sustainable world. You will have the opportunity to be a part of the Climeon journey, where you will learn a lot and be given the possibility to influence our ways of working.

Location: Climeon HQ, Kista, Stockholm.

Start date: As soon as possible, upon discussion

Interviews will be held continuously so don’t wait on submitting you application.

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