Modernisation of the heating system in the old building with air/water heat pumps 85% of Germans put on renewable energies: this was most recently a survey of Federal Association renewable energy e.V. (BEE). From a total of 39.550 households live whole 46% still largely unrestored buildings from the years 1949 to 1978, where the energy demand is still covered with fossil fuels such as oil and gas (source: Federal Statistical Office of Germany). Read additional details here: LG Electronics. These heating systems pollute the environment through their high CO2 emissions and according to German Energy Agency (dena) with 87% are among the largest energy wasters in the home. The State tried by legal regulations such as the energy saving Regulation (EnEV 2009) and State subsidies, to create incentives for the transition to renewable energy and the installation of energy-efficient alternatives. One is the air/water heat pump, which uses the solar energy from the air.
To meet the Government’s energy goals, is an adequate insulation of the building envelope be necessary in the long term. This work on the House are connected mostly with high effort and costs. A short-term actionable and cost-friendly solution for the concern for energy efficiency and CO2 reduction is the replacement of the old heating system. Altherma LuviType plus air/water heat pumps it is possible significantly to reduce the environmental impact – and at an affordable price. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Koch. Unlike in conventional oil and gas heaters are at air/water heat pumps no fossil fuels burned, but air used on renewable energy.
The heat pump uses the heat contained in the outside air and converts it into heat for the kitchen even at very low outside temperatures up to – 20 c. The heat generated will continue to spread over the existing radiator. Already one-third of commercial energy is 100% heat. This saves the heat pump in the unrestored vintage 45% energy costs as well as 45% CO2, and that already from 13,000? including standard installation.