Together we can achieve more
STIEBEL ELTRON cooperates with partners from various sectors:
The geea "Building Transition" renovation campaign
Heating, insulation, windows and renewables: The "Building Transition" is the first cross-trade renovation campaign for the whole of Germany. The campaign was launched by the Allianz für Gebäude-Energie-Effizienz (geea) [Alliance for Building Energy Efficiency]. Participants include dena (Deutsche Energie-Agentur) [German energy agency], the BMWi (Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie) [Federal Ministry of Industry and Energy], the BMUB (Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz, Bau und Reaktorsicherheit) [Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Construction and Nuclear Safety), and companies and associations from the relevant sectorsMore information is available at www.die-hauswende.de
Dynahaus GmbH & Co. KG was founded by the construction firm Krieger + Schramm to develop and sell "Energy-Storage-Plus" homes. The aim is to allow customers to live more independently.
The building uses a well thought-out and detailed plan and the latest technology, carefully selected building materials and innovative design, to generate more energy than that which is immediately consumed in the house by the user. The surplus energy is fed via an inverter into the e-box, the central electricity supply.
This will allow us to support our customers in future and provide them with an independent, decentralised energy supply within a reasonable framework. True to its mission: my energy, my contribution, my freedom – my Dynahaus
Energy Saving Club
As part of the Energy Saving Club project, STIEBEL ELTRON supports its consumers in making the right decisions when it comes to saving energy. The Energy Saving Club is a campaign by the non-profit co2online GmbH and is funded by the German Federal Environment Ministry as part of the climate protection initiative. It is committed to reducing harmful CO2 emissions and motivating individuals to save money through active climate protection. The energy savings account lies at the heart of the campaignClick here to set up your free energy savings account
Since early 2010, the alliance between STIEBEL ELTRON and Uponor has focused on offering an attractive product range for the ecologically and economically sustainable use of heat pumps in combination with indoor climate systems. The customer benefits from this new strategic cooperation through the complete and fully harmonised concept which we supply. This means that they receive a total energy concept that comprises heat source, heat pump, heat distribution and heat transfer, including coordinated control technologyTo the Uponor homepage
EcoCommercial Building Program
The collaboration between STIEBEL ELTRON and the EcoCommercial Building Program from Bayer MaterialScience has been providing strong support in the field of "Sustainable Building" since 2010. This program is part of the Bayer Climate Program and offers the construction industry a unique range of services and material solutions for energy efficient and economic construction. Bayer MaterialScience runs the EcoCommercial Building Program together with STIEBEL ELTRON in the areas of planning, renovation and construction of energy efficient and economical buildings for the entire real estate portfolio. STIEBEL ELTRON supports this unparalleled program in placing realistic and cost effective practical solutions at the forefront of sustainable constructionTo the EcoCommercial Building Program homepage
The partnership with InnovationCity Ruhr illustrates how STIEBEL ELTRON is highlighting and successfully putting into practice opportunities for future energy supplies, associated with innovative systems such as heat pumps, ventilation systems with heat recovery, and solar systems.
In 2010, the city of Bottrop won the Ruhr Initiative competition and now holds the official title of InnovationCity. The project involves a pilot area being converted to a low energy city and undergoing energy modernisation. This provides impressive proof that sustainable building is possible.