Building the Energy Efficiency Workforce in Peoria

The Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency Program, in partnership with the Smart Energy Design Assistance Center (SEDAC) and SEEL, is piloting an Energy Efficiency Workforce Initiative to grow the energy efficiency workforce in Peoria. The initiative focuses on jobs that provide products and services to improve the energy efficiency of homes and buildings.

With your help, we will place 15 qualified people in energy efficiency jobs and 15 people in training programs by the end of 2021. We'll do this by strengthening connections among employers, training programs, community organizations, and job seekers, and by offering support services tailored to your needs. 

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Energy efficiency job openings. Know someone who is looking for a job? Our digest will provide a list of energy efficiency job openings for entry level, mid-level, or advanced candidates. SEDAC can help job candidates connect to a position that matches their skill level and interest.

Training opportunities. Know someone who is interested in receiving training in energy efficiency? The workforce digest provide information about local training programs--and how employers can connect with these programs to recruit students.

Resources and services. Do you know a job candidate who is facing barriers to employment or training, such as lack of transportation or childcare? The digest will provide information about how to access local resources and funding from Ameren IL to overcome these barriers.

Find Out How The Initiative Can Support You


Training Providers

Students and Job Seekers

Community and Workforce Organizations

Interested in participating?

First step: Fill out our engagement form.

We'll take care of the rest.

Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency Programs, SEDAC, and SEEL