German Energy Consultants' Day 2018
Organiser: ECONSULT Lambrecht Jungmann Partner in cooperation with Messe Frankfurt
Conceptual sponsor: German Chamber of Architects (Bundesarchitektenkammer BAK), Berlin, Federal German Chamber of Engineers (Bundesingenieurkammer - BIngK), Berlin Hesse State Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners (Architekten- und Stadtplanerkammer Hessen - AKH), Wiesbaden
What energy consultants should know
A big contribution through measures in the building sector is necessary if Germany is to achieve its climate-protection objectives. The aim of the German government is to achieve a climate-neutral building stock by 2050. However, the current level of energy modernisation measures is still much too low for this while the standards for new buildings must be raised to meet this target. Great hopes in this connection are being attached to expanded energy advisory services. Hence, a big responsibility weighs upon the shoulders of energy consultants. How can we get our customers to join us on the way to a climate-neutral building stock?
In the immediate future, there will be extensive changes to both the legal framework and the system of funding. Extensive funding tools can only be used effectively if consultants have an overview and know which requirements must be met. Therefore, we have once again invited the most important funding bodies to present their programmes at the German Energy Consultants’ Day. And to answer your questions – in a dialogue between you and those responsible for the laws and the funding programmes whereby importance will also be attached to a ‘glance behind the scenes’ and discussions during the breaks.
The German Energy Consultants’ Day is the leading event for energy consultants in Germany. Every two years, it brings together committed experts, decision makers and thought leaders from the energy consultancy scene:
•Discover at first-hand what is happening and what is in the pipeline
•Answers to your questions, straight from the decision makers
•Exchange ideas and information – make contacts
150 participants are expected at the ninth German Energy Consultants’ Day in Frankfurt. The conceptual partners of the German Energy Consultants’ Day are the German Chamber of Architects, the German Chamber of Engineers and the Hessian Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners.
The proximity to the ‘light + building’ fair means participants will have the chance to inspect and compare innovative products for energy-efficient buildings on the spot.
More information on the programme and registration can be found here: www.energieberatertag.deT
The lectures are recognised by the Hessian Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners as vocational training and are worth 6 training points, as well as for the list of energy-efficiency experts (WG 3, NWG 2, EBM 4).
A participation certificate will only be issued to persons who registered in advance by email within the prescribed time, who took part in the whole event and who signed the attendance list at the beginning of the event. Please take your seat in the lecture theatre in good time because seats cannot be guaranteed. The doors will open at 09.15. The participation certificate will be handed out at the end of the event and cannot be sent to participants after the event.
9.15 Doors open
9.30 Welcome and introduction to the programme
Klaus Lambrecht, ECONSULT Lambrecht Jungmann Partner,
Director of the German Energy Consultants’ Day
Opening address and welcome:
Markus Müller, Federal German Chamber of Architects (BAK)
Peter Starfinger, for the Federal German Chamber of Engineers (BIngK)
10.00 Current German government strategy for buildings
Dr. Frank Heidrich, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs (BMWi), Berlin
Challenges in existing buildings – approaches to solutions from Baden-Württemberg’s perspective
Tilo Kurtz, Ministry for the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector in Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart
Overview of current national and European developments for building work and individual renovation roadmaps
Ann-Cathrin Borsch, Federal German Energy Efficiency Centre in the German Office of Economic Affairs and Export Control (BAFA), Eschborn
Current findings on the energy consultancy market
Dr. Tina Flegel, Federal German Energy Efficiency Centre (part of BAFA), Eschborn
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch
13.00 Reviewing the programme of the German Development Bank (KfW) in the context of current developments
Dirk Markfort, KfW, Berlin
Current developments relating to investment in renewable energy and buildings via the market incentive scheme
Natascha Wessel, BAFA, Eschborn
Current developments in the drive to encourage involvement of consultants in building work
Jolanta Zamirska-Drees, BAFA, Eschborn
14.50 Energy consultancy reloaded – armed for the future?
Britta Großmann, Editor-in-Chief of the professional journal on energy advice for the construction industry Gebäudeenergieberater GEB
Klaus Lambrecht, ECONSULT Lambrecht Jungmann Partner
Panel Discussion ‘Changes to guidelines on the involvement of energy consultants’
Hermann Dannecker, Director of the German Energy Advisory Network (Deutsches Energieberater-Netzwerk e.V. - DEN);
Michel Durieux, Divisional Head in the German Confederation of Skilled Crafts (Zentralverband des Deutschen Handwerks e.V – ZDH)
Jürgen Leppig, Chair of the German Federation of Energy Consultants, Engineers and Technical Trades (Gebäudeenergieberater Ingenieure Handwerker - GIH);
Markus Müller, Chair of the Economy, Energy and Buildings Committee of the Germany Chamber of Architects (Bundesarchitektenkammer - BAK);
Daniela Wallikewitz, General Manager of the Working Group of Economic Use of Energy and Water (Arbeitsgemeinschaft für sparsame Energie- und Wasserverwendung- ASEW) in the VKU (Local Companies’ Association).
TbA, German Chamber of Engineers (Bundesingenieurkammer -BIngK);
Discussion to be chaired by: Britta Großmann/GEB and Klaus Lambrecht/ECONSULT
Moderation and conduct of the meeting:
Klaus Lambrecht / ECONSULT Lambrecht Jungmann Partner (www.solaroffice.de)