Energy Audit Training - A Fast Track to a Green Career in a Down Or Up Economy

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Energy Audit Training - A Fast Track to a Green Career in a
Down Or Up Economy
Energy audit training is without doubt one of these branches in "green education" that can
offer great rewards to those who take it up now. Saving energy is no longer a feel-good
choice. It is a must, regardless of the economy moving up or down. This career is a stable
one for the long-term.
It is not as if home and commercial efficiency audits are a new, untested thing. They have
actually been around since the 1970's. Then it was the oil crisis that prompted interest in
energy saving.
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Today's circumstances are different. Now it is 'Peak oil', and effects of global warming,
combined with a global economic crisis and rising energy prices.
High demand, growing demand, rising prices
Governments, citizens and businesses must now sink or swim. Despite some squabbling
about this, climate change is real and can only be curbed by a combination of energy saving,
emission reduction and incentives in renewable energy.
Governments everywhere are stimulating the economy with green activities and green jobs,
through grants, tax breaks and other incentives. The result? Energy audit training is
attractive as never before.
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What home energy assessments do is identify where energy is wasted and recommend
which steps to take to save it. This may include recommending other products in renewable
energy or insulation for example.
Think of it... Millions of homes and businesses wanting and needing energy efficiency
services, often subsidized by government.
Why energy audit training makes sense
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Some reasons for the current good opportunities in energy auditing are:
* a greatly increased awareness of the need to avoid rapidly rising energy bills;
* increasingly entire towns and regions require adherence to certain energy efficiency
standards for new buildings;
* renewable energy incentives are a good combination with an energy assessment;
* value of properties increases with energy-efficiency features;
* a rising public awareness of the need to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

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