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Duties and Responsibilities of an Energy Auditor

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An energy auditor is one of the profiles high in demand these days as the number of people who are looking for the effective ways that can make their homes energy efficient. Saving energy can not only help the people in saving money but it is also important for the environment. It is the best suited profile for those who wish to make their contributions for helping the environment stay clean and also for getting a lucrative career opportunity as well.

There are various responsibilities that are a part of the energy auditor's job profile. The energy auditor is responsible for preparing the annual plan for the activities and also it is their responsibility as well as duty to present the plan in front of the management that is concerned with the attractive deals for making investments and reducing the energy costs.

Establishment of the energy conservation cell in the firm is also the responsibility of the energy auditor. They have to initiate the activities for improving monitoring as well as process control for bringing reduction in the energy costs.

Along with taking measures for reducing the energy costs, the energy auditors are also given the responsibility of analyzing the performance of the equipments in regard to energy efficiency. Preparation of the information material along with conducting of internal workshops is also one of the responsibilities of energy auditor.

The energy auditors have the responsibility of developing and managing the training program at the operational levels for energy efficiency. Along with this, they also have to develop the incorporated system of the energy efficiency as well as environmental up gradation.

One of the responsibilities given to the energy auditor includes conducting internal audit of the individual system or equipments once in a year.

One of the essential duties that have to be performed by the energy auditor includes submitting the copy of the report to energy managers. Also the energy managers must be efficient in keeping a record of the calibration status of all instruments and devices used for energy measurement.

It is essential for them to have the capabilities of maintaining all the portable instruments and tools that are necessary for audit. Efficiency in keeping all the practice codes for testing energy efficiency is also must for the energy auditor.

Energy auditors must have the capability of working in a team with the other members of external audit team.

For becoming an energy auditor, it is necessary for the individual to have a graduate degree in engineering. It might also be required for the individual to have a degree in business management or an experience in the same. Of all the things engineering is a must for getting a job as energy auditor.

Besides having a bachelor's degree along with other educational qualifications, having practical experience for becoming an energy auditor is also must.

With more and more people becoming aware about the harm being caused to the environment and also for making their homes efficient in energy, there is an increased demand for the energy auditors and also is going to increase in the future.

The energy auditors work for the energy companies, government agencies or for the consumer watchdog groups. The duties that are performed by the energy auditors vary upon the job they are performing but the general responsibilities that have to be performed by the energy auditors include keeping a check on how the energy is being created, transportation of energy and management of energy. This also includes checking the areas where the energy is being wasted.

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