Kick-off for Energy Advisor 2.0

Kick-off event on April 7, 2022 at 19:00 at Campus Feuchtwangen

The kick-off event for Energy Advisor 2.0 will take place on 7 April 2022 at 19:00 at Campus Feuchtwangen. If you are interested in participating, please download the expression of interest here beforehand and send it filled out to

Course Energy Advisor 2.0

Content: The Building Energy Act (GEG) prescribes a reference building procedure as a basis for calculation to prove compliance with energy requirements in the construction and renovation of buildings. The corresponding energy design of a building is then ideally carried out by recognised energy efficiency experts.  Relevant energetic-physical, material-specific and building-climatic correlations for the energy requirement calculation of residential and non-residential buildings are to be conveyed. Building on this, essential steps for digitisation (creating 3D measurements of existing buildings (if necessary, using drones) and cross-software exchange of CAD/BIM data) are taught. Knowledge of in-depth building analysis methods such as transient/dynamic calculation methods in the area of humidity and heat is also taught. The possibilities of using artificial intelligence for optimisation in the calculation of energy requirements are examined.

Intended learning objectives: After the training, participants are able to take a holistic view of buildings and are trained for a targeted and economical use of materials. They will be shown how to use the necessary software. The preparation of a life cycle assessment of a building, which is expected to be a mandatory part of the GEG from 2023/24, will also be demonstrated. In particular, the interaction of the life cycle stages of construction, operation and disposal of a building will be addressed.


The Smart & Green Academy at Ansbach University of Applied Sciences includes a total of five further education courses. Thanks to funding from the European Social Fund (ESF), these are free of charge for employees of small and medium-sized enterprises. Digital and ecologically sustainable (“green”) skills are taught.

In addition to Energy Advisor 2.0, the Campus Feuchtwangen also offers the Energy Systems Architect course. Which courses can still accept participants as well as further information and registration documents can be found here.

If you have any questions regarding the content, please contact the respective contact person or for organisational questions contact the Service Office for Research and Transfer:
Dr. Marion Jürgens: 0981 4877 502, marion.juergens(at)
Dr. Alexandra Sept: 0981 4877 318, alexandra.sept(at)