Date of entry

September 2020

As a mechanical engineer you may find yourself working on projects to improve the effectiveness of traditional energy systems, increasing the efficiency of energy generated by oil or gas while at the same time working towards near zero emissions generation.

Alternatively the need for long term, clean, renewable sources of energy is growing rapidly. Wind, wave, solar, tidal, geothermal, and vegetable all require talented engineers to develop them to a stage where they can seriously compete with traditional methods and so offer a genuine clean alternative.

Demand for graduates in this area is immense with many of the multinational energy companies, including BP, Shell, and Exxon, recruiting significant numbers of new engineers annually to work in both traditional and emerging energy technologies.

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