About Sustainable Energy Engineering (Mechanical)
What do Sustainable Energy Engineers (Mechanical) do?
Sustainable energy engineers with a mechanical engineering focus are concerned with the effective design of products and systems that incorporate sustainable engineering ideologies in their use, their design and in their manufacture. These engineers are encouraged to apply their acquired knowledge of materials, fluid dynamics (heating and cooling), aerodynamics, structural design, vibration and combustion towards sustainable engineering practices and designs.
Sustainability Energy Engineers (Mechanical) work in a very broad discipline that offers a variety of opportunities and the freedom to move. Sustainable Energy Engineering (Mechanical) will be suitable for you if you are interested in problem solving and engineering solutions, while wanting to directly influence the long-term prospects of our society for our successive generations.
Where do Sustainable Energy Engineers (Mechanical) work?
Graduates may expect to work in various industries ranging from:
- Sustainable Energy
- Energy production
- Government Advisory Boards
- Urban Planning
- Turbine designers
- Power station engineers
- Technology development
- Energy policy
- Any product manufacture that embodies sustainable engineering practices