Energy Conservation Technicians

Energy efficiency and conservation are major concerns in nearly all homes and workplaces. This means that work assignments for energy conservation technicians vary greatly. They may inspect homes, businesses, or industrial buildings to identify conditions that cause energy waste, recommend ways to reduce the waste, and help install corrective measures. When technicians complete an analysis of a problem in energy use and effectiveness, they can state the results in tangible dollar costs, losses, or savings. Their work provides a basis for important decisions on using and conserving energy.

Sign In or Join Vault Gold to Read Full Profile including:

  • The Job
  • Education and Training
  • Outlook
  • Tips for Entry

Are you a student? You may have free accesss to Vault's premium content.
Contact your Career Center, Alumni Office or Library to find out more.

Become a Vault Basic Member

Complete your Vault Profile and get seen by top employers