Company profile

STIEBEL ELTRON – A company full of energy

STIEBEL ELTRON is an internationally operating Group and is among the global market and technology leaders in the fields of building services and renewable energies.

Since 1924, technical performance, quality, innovation, reliability and customer-oriented service have been defining factors in our success. Three german and four international production facilities, 26 sales organisations around the world, plus partners and agencies in 120 countries translate into a truly global presence for STIEBEL ELTRON. Turnover in 2019 was around €594 million net.

In 1924 in Berlin the company founder Dr Theodor Stiebel started realising his vision of developing and manufacturing products with low energy consumption, greater safety and more comfort. This objective still applies to the company today.

As a family-owned company driven by innovation, STIEBEL ELTRON pursues a clear strategy in the production and development of products – for environmentally friendly, efficient and convenient building services. The company relies on over 3,900 employees around the world and their expertise at every stage of development – from the initial design, right through to the manufacture of the final product. The result is efficient and innovative solutions for hot water, heat, ventilation and cooling. With its wide range of products STIEBEL ELTRON always has the right solution to prepare homes for future requirements today. Frank Stiebel and the Stiebel family foundation (set up by Dr Ulrich Stiebel) each own 50% of the company.

The Austrian branch STIEBEL ELTRON Gesellschaft mbH is the oldest subsidiary of the group – it was founded in 1972 and is one of the leading distributors of renewable energy products in the country.

“The demand for heat pumps is increasing throughout Europe. Homeowners are looking for environmentally friendly and sustainable alternatives to oil and gas. The future therefore needs heating systems that use renewable energies”, says Managing Director Austria Ing. Thomas Mader “STIEBEL ELTRON will continue to expand its position as one of the European market leaders. From the company headquarters in Hörsching the company is focusing increasingly on heat pumps and ventilation systems with heat recovery in addition to the classic building services products such as storage heaters and electric water heaters.

Products and services

Water and heat in the green technology offers the opportunity to reduce energy costs for your own four walls dramatically. For highly efficient renewable energy systems make for the household all year round. By heat pumps, ventilation systems with heat recovery and solar systems, the energy present in the environment win and use it for heating and hot water. With STIEBEL ELTRON you have access to the cleanest, cheapest and most crisis energy suppliers in the world: Mother Nature.

  • Heat pump

The heat pump uses heat from the ground, ground water or the air in order to use it for heating and hot water. Heating costs can be reduced by 50 %.

  • Ventilation

Modern ventilation systems provide a controlled air exchange without wasting energy. Depending on the device, they also take on heating and hot water.

  • Solar

Solar systems provide an ideal way to make the water heating cost. They are also suitable for combination with other heating systems. Solar systems provide an ideal way to make the water heating cost. They are also suitable for combination with other heating systems.

National Coat of Arms

STIEBEL ELTRON is officially “bearer of the Austrian national coat of arms”. Ing. Thomas Mader: “As STIEBEL ELTRON is strongly committed to the field of renewable energy and is making an important contribution to our country in the field of environmental protection, we see the award of the national coat of arms as a sign of responsibility for future generations, which means our youth and children in our country.”

Stiebel Eltron GmbH
Margaritenstrasse 4a
4063 Hörsching bei Linz
+43 7221 74600-0
+43 7221 74600-42
43 (international 3.900)
Contact person
Ing. Thomas Mader