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The department has certification requirements and guidelines for energy auditors to help ensure 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:

To perform a commercial building energy audit, you must be a licensed Professional Engineer in Missouri with building energy efficiency experience. You should also have at least one of the following certifications:

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Meeting on Anticipated Proposed Rulemaking

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources held a public meeting on March 6, 2024, to discuss an anticipated proposed rulemaking related to home energy auditor certification. The main purpose of the anticipated proposed rulemaking will be to codify the department’s process for certifying qualified home energy auditors under Section 640.153, RSMo. You can follow the links below for more information.