Be a Home Energy Professional in Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce helps lower-income households save money on utility bills and increase the energy efficiency of their homes while bringing jobs and economic prosperity to Oklahoma through programs like the Weatherization Assistance Program.

Weatherization in Oklahoma

A Rewarding Career

There’s a fit for you in Oklahoma’s Weatherization Assistance Program.

> Careers in weatherization are available across the state.

> Help improve home energy performance, comfort, and safety.

> Make a difference while working in a growing industry.

Earn While You Learn

Access dedicated training through Oklahoma’s in-state weatherization training center.

> Learn from industry experts.

> Attain nationally recognized certifications.

> On-the-job training provided.

Weatherization Facts

Weatherization impacts all 77 counties across Oklahoma. Since 2015 there have been:

> 342 learning opportunities for professionals.

> 5, 168 people impacted by energy efficiency upgrades.

> 448 jobs created or retained.

Wages in Oklahoma

Here are some example careers and wages we’ve seen across the state for home energy careers.

Retrofit Installer Technician

$26,000 - $32,240

Crew Leader

$26,000 - $38,480

Energy Auditor

$36,400 - $38,480

Quality Control Inspector

$38,480 - $44,720

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