hey guys, I want to be working in the energy field in the future (windmills to be more specific) but in general anything in energy. In a month ill be starting this technical program called building systems engineering technology, its a program focusing on energy systems for building upon other stuff. (i took this program for its interesting courses: principles of heat and fluids, energy conservation, applied mathematics, strength of materials, etc...) this is the site http://www.vaniercollege.qc.ca/building-systems/ Now, I've talked to my school adviser and after i graduate ill be able to get into a mechanical engineering or civil program at a university. (only those two) and i definitely want to go to uni later on. First question, would you advise me to go this way given that my choices are narrowed? Secondly, is mechanical engineering a good choice for my goal (maybe even working for the canadian government developing new energy efficient prototypes or something cool like that lol) thanks to you all!