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Energy efficiency engineers work full-time or as contract consultants for various types of businesses. For example, they are hired by companies such as engineering consulting services, energy consulting services, renewable energy companies, nuclear energy companies, production and manufacturing companies; gas, oil, and mining companies; residential, commercial, and industrial construction companies; government agencies, and many other types of businesses.

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