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You can capture your energies at EndEvent() in your G4Event class. Often a Print() method is used to show the final results/energies. We use ROOT classes bound into G4 to capture the energies into a ROOT file as a tuplet, then later use ROOT to do analysis.
You can capture in Print() but, since this only runs when verbosity is on, its better to move the energy retrieval code into EndEvent() and use some dummy class variables to pass around the energy values to any user added methods to capture the energies.
See ExN03's G4Event class as an example on showing the energies. This class also has a PrintAll() and DrawAll() function that may be a clue to what you need.
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