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Energy technology: a field of study with a future

Hardly any other subject is as future-oriented as the engineering science of energy technology. It covers all topics related to efficient, safe, environmentally friendly and economical production, conversion, transport, storage and use of energy. The aim of this technology is to enable the highest possible exploitation of energy in the most ecological and economical way possible.


Future-oriented companies hire specialists in order to always stay up to date in the areas of efficient energy generation and use as well as modern environmental technologies. The professional career opportunities are therefore very rewarding for the sought-after specialists in the field of energy technology. Such specialists can, for example, be graduates of a bachelor's degree from a university of applied sciences in renewable energies and environmental technology, but graduates of a degree from a higher technical school. These experts support companies of all kinds in the development of the latest technologies for environmentally friendly yet economical energy management.


There are also numerous courses of study at higher technical schools (HF) that include energy technology. Some examples of this are e.g. electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, chemistry and process engineering. It is quite explicitly the course in Energy and Environment and Energy Technology. In addition, there is a postgraduate course, an NDS-HF energy management. A HF course usually lasts six semesters, i.e. three years, and is completed with a federally recognized diploma.


Would you like to find out more about the opportunities in the field of training and further education and are you looking for educational offers from renowned technical schools and universities? You can quickly and directly find numerous interesting training courses for prospective energy technicians