GESS IIb: Overview of Energy Efficiency in Industry and Buildings
The most economical and climate-friendly kilowatt hour is the kilowatt hour that we do not consume. Thus, an efficient utilisation of energy should be in the focus of every energy system among others in buildings and industry. This course provides you with a comprehensive but concise overview on how energy efficiency in buildings and industrial processes can be enhanced.
- Cross-sectional technologies in industry
- Analysis of the energy supply and energy consumption in industry
- Architectural design principles and modern technologies for ecological buildings
- Assessment of the energy performance of existing and new buildings
- Policy design techniques and legal instruments for promoting energy efficiency
- Definitions and methodology of Energy Management and the ISO 50001
Do you want to get reminded two weeks prior to registration deadline?
5 days (from 09:00 - 17:00 each day)
- 3,75 days theory
- 0,75 days practical hands-on exercises
- 0,5 days field visits
Dr. Emilienne Tingwey
Project Director Face-to-face Trainings
Tel: +49 (0)30 58 70870 52
The course is designed to:
- Identify the potential of energy efficiency (EE) measures in buildings and industry
- Show how to assess the energy performance of buildings and industrial processes
- Discuss governmental instruments to enhance EE
- Evaluate the economic feasibility of EE measures
After the seminar, you will be able to:
- Identify energy efficiency measures along a conversion chain in an industry
- Propose EE measures and solutions to put in place
- Calculate the technical and economic savings resulting from EE measures
- Classify the energy efficiency of different control strategies of pumps.
- Assess the energy performance of an existing building
- Analyse the energy consumption of a building and audit the cost
- Recognise standards for energy management processes
- Calculate the profitability of applied energy efficiency measures
- Propose governmental instruments to enhance EE
- Assessment of knowledge acquisition
- Qualified trainer with wide experience in the industry
- Up-to-date theoretical lectures, case study, discussion, partner work
- State-of-the-art practical training (calculations, hands-on exercises)
- Use of technology specific, self-build practical training rigs
- Field trips with inspections of power plants, buildings etc.
- Certificate of attendance
- 10% discount for early bird registration
Henning Harke joined the Renewables Academy (RENAC AG) in April 2016. He is Project Manager in the field of Energy Efficiency.
Henning develops new learning material in the field of energy efficiency. Moreover, he supports the acquisition of companies within the framework of the Export Initiatives on renewable energies and energy efficiency funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy.
Mr Harke holds a Master Degree in International Management and Engineering from the Technical University of Hamburg. He conducted his master thesis in collaboration with MAN Diesel & Turbo, where he designed waste heat recovery systems for heavy duty combustion engines, which he also evaluated economically. Mr Harke speaks German and fluent English and has intermediate knowledge of Spanish.
Katrin has worked as a lawyer since 2007 and is supporting the team at von Bredow Valentin Herz Rechtsanwälte since 2013.
Katrin has been giving lectures in Israel, Central America and Germany on various topics, particularly on Energy Law and Energy Efficiency.
Dr. Katrin Antonow has studied law in Münster, North-Rhine-Westphalia and Biotechnical Law and Ethics in Sheffield, England. She did her doctorate in Düsseldorf on Biobanks for Research Purposes.
Matthis Brinkhaus joined the Renewables Academy (RENAC) AG in September 2013. He was working first as a project assistant in the advanced online training of the capacity building programme on renewable energy & grid integration (ReGrid). Since June 2015 he has been working as a project manager in the three-year capacity building programme on renewable energy & grid integration (CapREG). He mainly develops new learning materials for the online training but he is also involved in face-to-face trainings and development of mobile exhibitions.
Before joining RENAC, Matthis gained experience in different fields of energy at home and abroad. He worked for a German company developing hydrogen fuel cells, for a consultancy of the Indian solar market based in New Delhi and for a German company involved in micro-energy projects.
Matthis Brinkhaus studied Engineering and Business Management. He did his Bachelor of Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Ansbach and his Master of Science at the Technical University of Berlin, graduating in May 2015. Throughout his studies he focussed on energy technology and energy economics. In his Master thesis he investigated the Indian balancing power market. Matthis speaks German and English and has advanced knowledge in French.
Michael Grausam is a freelance architect and research assistant at the University Stuttgart. He is responsible for management of the accompanying research within the Electromobility Model Regions Programme (BMVI - Federal Ministry for Transport and digital Infrastructure). Mr Grausam has extensive experience with the energetic modernization of schools in Morocco, India and Haiti. His project work includes: the construction of a low-cost solar heater prototype for rural schools in Ain Lkhil, Morocco; conceptual study for the use of rainwater and grey water in Khadigram, India; and conceptual design of an offshore shelter for refugees in distress at sea.
As a freelancer Michael also worked on the cooperative project "Villes Nouvelles": initiation and project management of the research project on sustainable urban planning and construction in Morocco and Germany. Previously he worked as an expert for energy-efficiency in buildings within the GIZ programme PEREN (Promotion des Énergies Renouvelables et de l’Efficacité Énergétique) in Morocco.
Mr. Grausam studied Architecture at the University Stuttgart.