As an expert in energy consulting and energy management, Sylvia Jacobi has more than 30 years of cross-industry experience. Her professional focus lies in energy analysis and concept development, especially for refrigeration and heat supply systems. The Mechanical Engineer is listed with BAFA as a consultant for “Energy Consulting for Non-Residential Buildings (EBN)” and as an energy auditor for EDL-G. As a senior consultant, she supports energy efficiency and climate protection networks, the climate protection campaign of the German Association of the Food Industry (BVE), which is funded by the Ministry of the Environment, and the Food Pinch Research & Development project.
About Sylvia Jacobi
My contribution to increasing energy efficiency and achieving climate protection goals:
I bring my creative and analytical skills and experience to the development of efficiency and decarbonization solutions.
What motivates me at work…
the great potential and the fusion of innovation, experience and technical know-how to implement solutions for sustainable energy systems.
Processes for continual improvement Energy management systems Companies are becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of systematic energy management practices. Certified energy management systems based on the leading international norm ISO 50001 help companies to reduce energy consumption, optimize material flows, ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, and make an active contribution to the clean-energy transition. […]
Cutting-edge expertise Technical consulting The German manufacturing and service sectors are responsible for some 40% of national energy-related GHG emissions. Decarbonizing these sectors will be essential for meeting Germany’s climate action goals. Yet companies face a host of issues when seeking to become more efficient and reduce their carbon footprints, including questions related to waste […]
Collaboration is key Energy efficiency networks Business networks that facilitate collaborative activities and knowledge sharing are crucial for the attainment of climate action goals. In cooperation with the private sector, the German government hopes to establish up to 350 new business networks dedicated to energy efficiency and climate action by 2025. It is anticipated that […]