Energy Engineer | Metrus | Remote
Metrus is seeking an Energy Engineer who will serve a key role in identifying and supporting the development of sustainable energy projects. The role will report to the Director of Operations and will support several key areas including energy auditing, utility and facility data analysis, review of technical documents, and support of Measurement & Verification (M&V) on existing projects. The candidate will focus on providing remote energy assessments of customer sites using utility data and facility information in order to establish a preliminary scope of work and associated cost and savings estimates. Occasional site visits may be required however the majority of auditing duties are expected to be performed remotely.
The successful candidate will be an experienced and savvy energy engineer with a passion and appreciation for the company mission to lead the way to a sustainable, low-carbon future. They will have a proven track record in auditing and project development in the energy efficiency, renewable energy or other relevant industries. The candidate can be located and work anywhere in the United States.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Analyzing customer utility data to determine usage patterns, consumption totals and trends, and rates/tariffs
- Establishing baseline energy consumption profiles and benchmarking metrics including EUI and GHG emissions
- Identifying and quantifying energy and water efficiency measures based on remote auditing methods, cost estimating, and energy/water savings calculations
- Preparing and presenting audit reports to customers
- Occasional travel to customer sites to perform detailed audits of energy consuming equipment
- Coordination with development partners (ESCO, etc.) throughout Investment Grade Audit (IGA) phase
- Review and analysis of third party Measurement & Verification (M&V) reports
- Provide troubleshooting and technical support for projects throughout the operational phase
- Ongoing research into new and emerging technologies that fit within pay-for-performance structures