Company profile

STIEBEL ELTRON – Comfort through Technology

STIEBEL ELTRON is an internationally oriented group of companies and is one of the global markets and technology leaders in the fields of building technology and renewable energies. The company founder Dr. Theodor Stiebel started with the vision of realizing innovative products with low energy consumption, more security and more convenience. An objective that is still valid today. As an innovation-driven family company, STIEBEL ELTRON follows a clear line in the production and development of products – for energy-efficient and green building technology. With around 4,000 employees worldwide, the group, headquartered in Holzminden, consistently relies on environmentally friendly technologies and its own know-how, from product development to production.

The result is climate-friendly building technology solutions for hot water, heating, ventilation and cooling. With its extensive product range, STIEBEL ELTRON offers flexible product solutions to make your home fit for the future. Technical innovations, reliable quality and the best customer service have been central success factors since 1924. With three German and four international production sites, 26 sales companies worldwide, as well as sales organizations and agencies in over 120 countries, STIEBEL ELTRON is well positioned. 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 suppliers of products in the field of renewable energies. From the company’s headquarters in Hörsching, the company focuses on traditional building technology products such as night storage heaters and electric hot water devices, as well as on heat pumps, free-standing storage tanks, instantaneous water heaters and ventilation systems. “STIEBEL ELTRON will continue to expand its position as one of the central market leaders in Europe, as the demand for heat pumps continues to grow strongly. Homeowners are primarily looking for energy-saving and climate-friendly alternatives to oil, coal and gas. The future belongs to heating systems that use renewable energy such as solar, wind and waterpower”, STIEBEL ELTRON Austria Managing Director Ing. Thomas Mader knows precisely how to assess the current market situation.

Products and services

Water and heat in the green area: With STIEBEL ELTRON you have access to the most climate-friendly, inexpensive and crisis-proof energy supplier in the world: nature. Modern technology offers the possibility of significantly reducing the energy costs for your own four walls. With modern heat pumps and trend-setting ventilation systems, renewable energies can be used in private households all year round.

  • Heat pump (heating costs can be reduced by 50%)

The heat pump uses energy from the ground, groundwater or the air, multiplies it and makes it available for your building. Heating, cooling, ventilation and hot water preparation are just as problem-free with a fully integrated heat pump system. STIEBEL ELTRON heat pumps are prepared accordingly for the use of Smart Home and control via app. 100% CO2-free operation is also possible if renewable energies are used to operate the heat pump.

  • Ventilation (viruses & bacteria are largely filtered out)

Modern ventilation systems ensure a regulated exchange of air without wasting energy, viruses and bacteria. Depending on the device, they also take over heating and hot water preparation. Mobile ventilation systems are often used in classrooms, for example, in order to be able to guarantee clean, healthy and fresh room air.

National Coat of Arms

STIEBEL ELTRON is officially the “bearer of the Austrian National Coat of Arms”. Ing. Thomas Mader: “Since STIEBEL ELTRON is extensively involved in the field of renewable energies and thus makes a valuable contribution to climate protection, we see the award of the National Coat of Arms as a sign of responsibility for future generations in our country.”

Stiebel Eltron GmbH
Margaritenstrasse 4A
4063 Hörsching bei Linz
+43 7221 74600-0
60 (international 4.000)
Contact person
Ing. Thomas Mader