Energy Conservation Program Manager
Primary responsibilities include supporting and administering existing energy efficiency programs and peak demand reduction programs. This position requires advanced knowledge of energy using systems (lighting systems, HVAC and boilers) used in residential and/or commercial buildings. Detailed knowledge of energy use and measurement by various types of equipment and measurement systems is essential.
$65,760 in Washington,
$74,420 in U.S. through 2028
High School Diploma,
Associate or Bachelor’s Degree
310 in Washington,
16,000 in U.S. through 2026
Education & Training
Energy Conservation Program Managers typically start with a bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years of experience in the energy field. With additional education or by becoming a Certified Energy Manager, the Energy Conservation Program Manager may move into a supervisory or management position, overseeing other Energy Conservation Program Managers.
The types of employers for this position are utility companies.
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