What do wind energy techs do and how much do they make ?
I'm interested in this field of work . I know very little about it . I am interested in knowing What is in a day of work and how much someone gets paid to do it . I have an opportunity to go to school for this but I would like to know the pros and cons before I make any decisions . Any help will be appreciated
Asked By: yabba85low - 9/8/2008
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I am a wind turbine tech. Techs start between $14.00 an hour and $20.00 an hour. the top out on the pay scale is somewhere over $30 an hour. It depends alot on whom you go to work for, i.e. an OEM (GE, Siemens, Vestas, Clipper, Mitsubishi, etc) a contactor (Granite, EMS, OTT, etc), or an owner (FPL, Iberdrola... More
Answered By: d_offio - 9/8/2008
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Let me start off by saying we (my family and I) live completely, 100% “off of the grid and are completely self sufficient... More
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