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Energy Engineers

Energy engineers work to reduce energy costs and improve energy efficiency.

Energy engineers design and evaluate projects and programs to reduce energy costs or improve energy efficiency during the design, building, or remodeling stages of construction.

Quick Facts

Why green?

Energy engineers help reduce energy use by helping firms use more energy-efficient operations.

Wages:

Median wages for the broader occupation, Energy Engineers, are $42.73/hour.


Typical Education and Training Needed:

A Bachelor's degree is common.


Job Title Examples:

Energy Performance Engineer, Environmental Solutions Engineer, Measurement and Verification Engineer