Energy Engineers are involved in the production of energy through natural resources such as solar, wind, wave and dynamo generation, as well as the extraction process of oil and gas. They are focused on finding efficient, clean and innovative ways to supply energy.
To become an Energy Engineer you will need a degree in relevant subject such as environmental, electrical, mechanical, chemical, mining or petroleum engineering or earth sciences, renewable or sustainable energy or environmental science and management.
- An interest in science, technology and environmental issues
- Good commercial awareness
- Knowledge of legislation surrounding energy efficiency
- Good communication skills
- Organisation and negotiation skills
£20,000 to £27,000