Interested in making energy-efficiency upgrades and improvements to your home? A home energy audit may provide you with a list of cost-effective measures to help guide you.
I want an energy audit
For a list of qualified energy auditors or to find one in your area, visit our interactive auditor map.
Become an energy auditor
The department has certification requirements and guidelines for energy auditors to help insure that residents and businesses are getting the most up-to-date advice and financially beneficial recommendations on methods to reduce their energy consumption.
An energy professional may be certified as a Missouri Home Energy Auditor after successfully completing one of the following certifications:
- Building Performance Institute (BPI) as a Certified Building Analyst, a Certified Energy Auditor, or as a Quality Control Inspector.
- Residential Energy Network (RESNET) as a Certified Rater.
- Certification through other department approved programs.
To perform a commercial building energy audit, the applicant must be a licensed Professional Engineer in Missouri with building energy efficiency experience. The applicant should also have at least one of the following certifications:
- Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)
- Building Commissioning Association (BCxA)
- National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB)
See more information and application forms for auditor certification below.
Weatherization Network Training Providers
Fact Sheet and Guidance Documents
Application Forms and Instructions
- Missouri Certified Home Energy Auditor MO 780-2011 Auditor Application (Department approved programs for residential building energy auditor)
- Missouri Certified Home Energy Auditor Application (Training institution) MO 780-2013
- Missouri Certified Home Energy Auditor Application (for Commercial Building Professional) MO 780-2011c
Division of Energy
1101 Riverside Drive
P.O. Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0176