Be a Home Energy Professional in Wisconsin

Wisconsin’s Weatherization Assistance Program delivers energy efficiency and comfort to our most vulnerable households through the Wisconsin Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources (DEHCR) in partnership with county agencies, community-based organizations, and government entities.

Weatherization in Wisconsin

Support Your Community

Working in Wisconsin’s Weatherization Assistance Program you help local people and businesses.

> Over 5,000 households helped annually

> Materials and services purchased locally

> Participants can afford their homes

Learn New Skills

Job training is provided at no cost to individuals working in Wisconsin’s Weatherization Assistance Program.

> Get paid to learn

> Use diagnostic testing equipment

> Learn how houses use energy

Help the Environment

The goal of the Weatherization Assistance Program is to reduce energy consumption for income eligible households.

> Households save $400 annually

> Reduce use of fossil fuels 

> Increase occupant comfort and safety

Wages in Wisconsin

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

Retrofit Installer Technician

$39,000 - $54,000

Crew Leader

$49,000 - $63,000

Energy Auditor

$50,000 - $70,000

Quality Control Inspector

$60,000 - $76,000

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