I love chemistry and math (have taken through calc 3). I was planning on working in the energy field after I graduate, but I have an honest question: does it utilize electricity and magentism? I, frankly, hated that class. I LOVED physics I, which was much more applicable to me. Should I think of doing a nanoscience or biomolecular concentration instead of energy? I find biochemistry also fascinating, but I am mainly interested in working with alternative energy sources like hydrogen and solar power. I realize this might not be a clear description, but I really don't know what the day-to-day work of an energy field engineer is. What concepts do they utilize? (A link would be a fine explanation).