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Energy Efficiency Engineers

Work Environment

Energy efficiency engineers usually work weekdays during business hours. Many work an average of 40 hours per week. They work extra hours, however, when project deadlines are approaching, and they may also work extra hours to travel for client meetings and site inspections. Energy efficiency engineers work in offices, using computers for modeling and analysis work. They also spend part of their time inspecting residences, commercial buildings, and/or industrial sites, studying and taking notes on energy usage.

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