Energy Engineer Manager ($65,000 - $80,000 a year)

Mueller Brass Company
Port Huron

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Salary Range:  $65,000 - $80,000 a year.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.


  • Understand by facility what the peak demand charging mechanism is and how the facility mitigates such charges. Make recommendations how to lower peak charges.
  • Establish a culture of continuous improvement for energy efficiency.
  • Determine the feasibility of switching to electrically powered industrial forklifts.
  • Identify areas of high energy consumption in the facilities and identify alternative energy efficient processes.
  • Conduct-site and field observations, collect energy efficiency data, and analyze the process of energy efficiency used; analyze efficiency measures for utility savings; provide information on alternative sources of energy.
  • Provide information to facilities about potential high energy efficient processes with implementation assistance as needed/requested.
  • Evaluate overall energy efficiency of the entire organization.
  • Develop Best Management Practices for the installation and design of systems such as climate control systems, daylighting design, etc.; provide technical assistance to facilities on an as requested basis.
  • Coordinate with local utilities for project review and secure available rebates and incentives as requested by facility.
  • Develop and perform measurement and verification plans for implemented measures
  • Prepare engineering design calculations and drawings for select efficiency measures as requested by the facility.
  • Develop technical expertise in all matters to do with energy and environmental control.

Energy waste

  • Determine energy waste.
  • Determine if thermal energy waste can be re-used at any site.


  • Determine by facility if co-generation is financially attractive (capital, ROI, OpCost), if incentives are available, etc.

ESG reporting

  • Gather and analyze utility bill data for electric, gas, and water for consistency and accuracy at facility level. Report once a year for Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions calculations.
  • Assist with the preparation of the sustainability report by identifying power generations types including their emissions i.e. gas, coal, nuclear, wind, etc. so that the company can derive its Scope 2 emissions and percentage renewable.
  • Determine and keep track of the utility suppliers’ decarbonization efforts.

Energy Management ISO 50001

  • Establish an Energy Management system at all “northern” facilities and possibly elsewhere later on.

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