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  • Don't worry about the heating law for indoor heating systems!

    The decision on the Heating Act (Building Energy Act - GEG) has been made, but the questions remain. But there is no need to worry: the legislator has provided for generous transition periods, technological openness and pragmatic, affordable regulations for the gradual move towards climate-neutral heating by 2045. Dr. Jens Findeisen explains what you need to know now when heating commercial and industrial buildings
  • The economy speaks ESG and heats multi-energy flexibly.

    ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance and refers to the three key areas of sustainable corporate management: environment, social affairs and corporate governance. But what does this have to do with you and the way you heat your production halls and warehouses?
  • Energy guzzler hall heating - 10 savings tips from the expert

    The energy crisis is currently leaving no one indifferent. Everyone is desperately looking for ways to get consumption and costs under control to some extent. The German government's price brake will not take effect until March 2023, and even then, the prices for 30 percent above the basic quota for industry and 20 percent for small and medium-sized enterprises will still be subject to the wild market conditions next year. So what to do?
  • How to regulate your hall heating during the Christmas break - and how to cleverly counter rising energy prices

    Christmas is once again approaching surprisingly quickly - and, unfortunately, one or two challenges are on the horizon. From 3G and 2G plus to the next increases in energy prices. Congratulations if you have already converted your hall heating to an economical system from KÜBLER. This is a really good decision in many respects.
  • The CO2-tax: What does it mean for your company?

    In 2021, the new CO2-tax came into force. It is intended to help Germany achieve its climate protection targets. Read on to find out what this means for your company in terms of costs and what you should do now!
  • Revolutionary heat: KÜBLER hall heating systems set a new standard at the Mußbach gymnastics club

    Turnverein 1860 Mußbach e.V. is a traditional sports club with a long history. Since it was founded in 1860, it has got a large number of people of all ages and backgrounds moving and now has over 1,200 members. The club offers a wide range of sporting activities. Dieter Hackebeil, former chairman of the club and now (un)retired, was the main person responsible for the renewal of the heating system at the time and can "only praise KÜBLER to the skies." Satisfaction and conviction are the key words here.
  • Plan your heating maintenance now and start the winter safely

    Nobody thinks about the hall heating when the sun is blazing, the asphalt is glowing and everyone is grateful for the slightest cooling. Or do they? Because anyone who looks ahead knows that summertime is maintenance time. So if you want to start the winter safely with your production halls or warehouses, it's good to be prepared. After all, the next heating period is often around the corner sooner than you think, which raises the question: is your hall heating system fit for the next season?
  • Rent infrared hall heating. 4 reasons why this is important for companies right now.

    The search for suitable optimization potential in energy-related processes in industrial and commercial companies is not always easy for energy management. Especially as measures in efficiency technologies and renewable energies cost money and the budget is often lacking. Many - ecologically and economically important - measures then fall by the wayside. But does that have to be the case? 
  • Heating halls in compliance with GEG from 2024 - but how?

    How will Germany heat from 2024 according to Federal Minister Habeck? First things first: the final answer is not yet available. This is because the draft for a new Building Energy Act (GEG) has only just made it through the cabinet. The next step will be to ask the Bundestag and Bundesrat. Nevertheless, the announced "end" for gas and oil heating systems has been making waves for months. And caused so much uncertainty that last winter, instead of investing in the energy-efficient refurbishment of their hall heating systems, industry often preferred to reactivate old oil and coal heating systems...
  • FUTURA in Trier: First multi-energy infrared system for climate-neutral heating of halls in operation

    The metalworking company "Die Kanter & und Schlosser" heats its new building variably with electricity, hydrogen or gas thanks to the world innovation from KÜBLER in Ludwigshafen.
  • New gas heating quickly in 2023 - often the cheapest decision that also pays off for the environment

    The BMWK is currently causing a stir with a draft bill. This is because it involves a categorical ban on gas heating systems. According to the plan, from 2024, only heating systems powered by 65 % renewable energies may be used. Formally, this can only be heat pumps, district heating or biomass heating. This raises the question: what about the openness of technology in Germany? And who should pay for it? Decentralized gas-powered heating systems are often the only economically and functionally viable solutions, especially in hall buildings.
  • Heating halls with 65 percent renewable energy - but the right way

    Back in July 2022, the BMWK published its concept paper on the amendment to the Building Energy Act (GEG), thereby not only causing hopeless uncertainty, but also preventing investment in necessary energy-efficient renovations. First things first: the amendment has not yet been passed - and it is questionable whether it will actually be passed 1:1. Because if you trust Struck's law, a law does not usually leave parliament in the form in which it was introduced.
  • How to save a lot of energy with the right hall heating system

    The price of fossil fuels is rising. Also due to the increased CO2-tax. It is becoming increasingly important for hall operators to generate heat in an energy-efficient manner. Find out how the right hall heating system can help you to absorb rising costs.
  • Amendment to the Building Energy Act: FDP announces switch from energy efficiency to emission efficiency

    It is only a small segment, but of great importance: in the current discussion about the energy transition, industrial buildings are being neglected. They only make up two percent of the building stock in Germany. However, they are responsible for around 15 percent of building-related energy consumption and the associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In the current Building Energy Act (GEG), however, industrial buildings are treated in the same way as daycare centers - and there are indications in a draft bill that the federal government wants to focus exclusively on heat pumps as a technology. KÜBLER GmbH in Ludwigshafen invited experts to discuss this issue. Daniel Föst, construction policy spokesman for the FDP parliamentary group in the Bundestag, announced his intention to change the legislative system.
  • Energy turnaround: World innovation honored in Mainz

    While Germany is discussing the energy transition, KÜBLER GmbH from Ludwigshafen has already delivered. FUTURA is the name of the latest invention from the experts for hall heating systems - and it works regardless of the energy source: the infrared heating system for halls uses hydrogen, electricity, gas or a mix of these. It can process green and fossil fuels highly efficiently, thus building a bridge to the carbon-free era. This is one of the reasons why the Investitions- und Strukturbank Rheinland-Pfalz (ISB) and the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Transport, Agriculture and Viticulture awarded KÜBLER the special prize "Innovative Technologies for Climate Protection" at the SUCCESS Innovation Award on Tuesday evening.
  • Amendment to the Building Energy Act: Saving energy is only possible by differentiating between buildings - industrial buildings are not daycare centers

    How is energy used correctly? What does efficiency mean? In the German government's current energy policy, there is a huge gap between aspiration and reality. After all, industrial buildings are not treated as industrial buildings because they only account for two percent of buildings - even though they are responsible for 15 percent of greenhouse gas emissions. The latter has not played a role to date. Behind this two percent are 420,000 to 480,000 hall buildings that are used in industry, commerce and municipalities as production halls, logistics halls, workshops, sports halls or sales outlets. A small number that is responsible for a significant proportion of energy consumption and GHG emissions in Germany.
  • So that Germany doesn't run out of gas: switch to energy-saving industrial heating now

    What is probably the most effective lever against the gas crisis, price pressure and dependence on Russia at the moment? The answer: consuming less energy. The German government is of this opinion and is calling for energy savings in a large-scale campaign - supported by industry and associations. This goal can be achieved. When it comes to the large halls of industrial and commercial enterprises, it is even easier and quicker than expected.
  • Industrial heating systems - how safe is the gas supply?

    The horrendous rise in energy prices, the fear of Putin stopping supplies, the demand for renewable energies to combat climate change - all of this is currently causing a great deal of uncertainty. Is it still worth investing in gas-powered industrial heating systems? The answer to this question is important. Because it determines how quickly trade and industry will make their contribution to the energy transition. And how well it will be possible to meet the future requirement of climate protection in an economically viable way.
  • Research seal "Innovative through research" for KÜBLER

    The "Innovative through research" seal is awarded to research-based companies that are committed to a strong innovation location in Germany with their development work. KÜBLER is once again one of these companies and has been awarded the prestigious seal.
  • Condensing boiler technology makes high savings potential available in companies

    "No energy transition without energy efficiency" is the title of dena's "Topics and projects" section on its homepage "The best kilowatt hour is the one saved," says Thomas Kübler, Managing Partner of KÜBLER GmbH. Both mean the same thing: It's about curbing energy consumption in general and especially in companies. Because this is an enormous lever for achieving climate targets. And that's not all: energy efficiency also pays off economically if it is approached in the right technological way. Modern infrared heating technology plays an important role here, especially when it is intelligently combined with Bennwert technology.
  • KÜBLER nominated for the German Innovation Award for Climate and Environment 2022

    The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection has been honoring the commitment of industry and research to climate and environmental protection for many years with the IKU - the German Innovation Award for Climate and the Environment. The 21 nominees include many big names as well as a medium-sized company: KÜBLER GmbH from Ludwigshafen. It specializes in the development of energy-saving hall heating systems and entered the competition with HeizWerk, a smart solution package for industry. Behind this is nothing less than a clever concept for energy-efficient refurbishment in production, storage and other hall buildings without the need for capital expenditure.
  • On the way to climate neutrality - what you should know about the hall heating of the future

    Whether in industry or in private residential construction - anyone deciding on a heating system or hall heating of the future today is faced with a lot of question marks. Which energy scenarios will actually determine the future? Which technologies will then become relevant? Is it still worth investing in fossil-fuel systems? What does the traffic light say? And taking all these questions into account, what is the best functional and economical heating solution for the hall building in the long term?
  • Workshop heating - what you should look out for when choosing

    Whether in metalworking shops, joineries, welding shops, car dealerships or railroad companies - workshop heating systems ensure warm working conditions in the workshops when it gets cold outside. But what requirements - apart from heat generation, of course - can you place on a modern heating system today? And what do you need to pay attention to if you want your investment to continue to pay off in many years' time?
  • Radiant heating - function, types and possible applications

    Heating industrial and event halls economically and flexibly: radiant heaters are ideally suited for this job. An overview of how they work, types and possible applications.
  • Six mistakes you should avoid when planning heating systems for new hall construction

    Are you looking for an economical and sustainable heating system for your new building? Then you should invest enough time in planning. And avoid the following mistakes.
  • Hall heaters - solutions for event halls and exhibition rooms

    Whether concert fans, art lovers or party enthusiasts: the room temperature also determines the success of events. How hosts ensure a comfortable climate in event halls and exhibition rooms with hall heaters.
  • Rent hall heating? How to solve the budget problem and save money!

    Outdated hall heating systems lead to horrendous heating costs and pollute the environment. Despite this, many operators shy away from investing in modernization. One possible solution: rented hall heating systems - heat-as-a-service!
  • Buy dark radiators: Convincing technologies at a glance

    Save energy costs and protect the environment: Dark radiant heaters are among the most efficient heating systems for halls that you can buy. But which infrared system is right for you? We give you an overview.
  • Switch to energy sources of the future with KÜBLER

     The German government's targets are ambitious: by 2045, Germany is to be climate-neutral and dispense with fossil fuels in the production of heat. A target that is putting pressure on the industry. Numerous innovations are pushing for the switch to renewable energies - such as the German Fuel Emissions Trading Act (BEHG), which has led to an increase in CO2-price for fossil fuels.
  • How to find the ideal hall heating

    Do you want to get the most out of your new hall heating system, save energy costs and be prepared for the environmental laws of the future? Then it is advisable to consider a few tips before you buy. Find out which ones in this article.
  • Heating for halls: Challenges and solutions

    Room volume, employee requirements, climate protection targets, heating costs and, and, and: When choosing the right heating system for your halls, you need to consider a whole range of factors. Read this article to find out what these are in detail and how you can master these challenges with a modern system.
  • Heating maintenance in summer: 5 reasons why you should definitely tackle your heating system

    Operators of indoor heating systems are also responsible for having their system serviced regularly. In addition to operational safety, there are other good reasons why maintenance should not be put on the back burner!
  • 4 good reasons to invest in an energy-saving and environmentally friendly hall heating system

    Like all sectors, industry must also do its part to protect the climate and combat global warming. An important point here is investing in energy-efficient, environmentally friendly heating systems. Read this article to find out the specific reasons for doing so.
  • Smart heating controls - how digitalization is changing the heating supply in industry and commerce

    The topic of Industry 4.0 is no longer a dream of the future. The digitalization of industrial processes is being talked about everywhere - and a new era has also dawned in the heating supply sector. Find out in this article what intelligent networking looks like for heating building complexes and what opportunities it opens up for you!
  • Why you should rely on efficient future technologies when modernizing your heating system

    Ambitious climate protection targets and new building energy regulations pose challenges for companies. Especially when modernizing heating systems in hall buildings, you should rely on future technologies in order to meet the strict requirements.
  • Heating halls: 6 heating systems at a glance

    Hot air, panel heating or infrared? There are many different heating systems to choose from for heating halls. This article will give you an initial overview of the six most relevant systems.
  • Infrared hall heating in your production: How to create the right indoor climate for your production

    Indoor buildings are a world of their own. Especially in winter. The high rooms pose a real challenge for anyone who wants to ensure the most pleasant working climate possible. But there are solutions - infrared hall heating, for example.
  • Heat 4.0

    The energy issue has rarely been more explosive. Laws, standards and regulations pose challenges for almost all companies. Solutions are being sought with the aim of tapping into potential savings.
  • Heating in corona times

    Whether in production halls or warehouses, many heating systems currently have a problem: they distribute viruses particularly well in the room. This is counterproductive for many hygiene concepts. But does this mean that heating systems have to stay cold this winter?
  • Focus on "open hall doors"

    "Heating with the windows open" in private households is like "heating with the doors open" in production halls and warehouses. It's great if you can afford this in industry and commerce because production and business are obviously running - unfortunately, this is not a matter of course for many companies in times of coronavirus.
  • Optimize switch-on times and save money

    When production is running in the run-up to Christmas, nobody has time for heating control. The main thing is that it is nice and warm in the hall. Once set, the heating runs for the specified operating times.
  • The right waste heat recovery for your business - how to convert waste heat into energy in just a few steps

    Only around half of German companies are aware of their waste heat potential - this is what dena writes in its publication on waste heat utilization as part of the Energy Efficiency Initiative. This means that an estimated 226 TWh of usable heat goes unused every year. That is 36 % of the energy used by the entire manufacturing industry. Clearly, this costs companies an enormous amount of money, but at the same time the unused waste heat has a negative impact on the environment. Around 60 million tons of the greenhouse gas CO2 are unnecessarily evaporated into the atmosphere every year. In view of rising energy costs and climate protection targets, companies simply can no longer afford to do this.
  • How to heat offices with machine waste heat almost free of charge

    Almost all machines produce waste heat. Compressed air systems or curing ovens are at the forefront here, with enormous heat emissions. However, this usually dissipates unregulated in the building, which is annoying. On the one hand for the environment, but above all for business management. This is because a lot of energy is wasted in this way, which has to be paid for expensively elsewhere.
  • Long Christmas break? Lower the heating temperature now!

    Not only politicians have pulled the ripcord, many companies are also planning to extend the Christmas break and shut down operations at least until the second week of January. Machines will be at a standstill for weeks and the doors to the factory buildings will remain closed.
  • Cleverly solve heating problems despite the crisis with a heating renovation

    Anyone who operates one of the approximately 360,000 hall buildings that have been built in Germany since the 1960s has certainly already got cold feet this winter. It is quite likely that the heating systems in these halls are over 20 years old and are likely to cause regular malfunctions or even production stoppages. Not to mention the high heating costs or the trouble with employees and the works council.
  • Why dark radiant heaters are the most efficient solution for heating your industrial and commercial building

    If you are reading this article, you are probably looking for an efficient way to heat your industrial or commercial building. During your research, you have already come across one or other technology such as dark radiant heaters or hot air. Now you want to know why dark radiant heaters in particular are repeatedly highlighted as especially efficient. We'll tell you!
  • Reduce sick leave - increase productivity

    High sickness rates are a burden for many companies. Many companies have discovered that this is not only dependent on the time of year and the incidence of infection, but can also be directly influenced. They are actively working to improve employee satisfaction and are developing suitable programs to increase this important factor.
  • Heating with heavily polluted hall air

    Dust-intensive work is not uncommon in production processes. It can become a burden - for people and for machines, such as the hall heating system. What should you pay attention to if you want to protect the health of your employees and at the same time benefit from the heating system for a long time? And is it possible to reconcile one with the other?
  • Heating with infrared radiant heaters: You should know these facts!

    A new heating system for your company's hall is a decision that needs to be carefully considered. Read this article to find out which facts speak in favor of an infrared radiant heater!
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    "The plan was to save 35 % of energy, but we have achieved over 70 %."

    Autoterminal Neuss is one of the largest car handling centers in Germany and offers a comprehensive range of services from appraisals to painting and conversions. The company offers modern logistics solutions on an area of around 24 soccer pitches and with 11,900 storage spaces. As a partner of BLG Logistics and DB Cargo, ATN has a strong international network. Around 100 employees [...]
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    Best of Mittelstand 2025 -KÜBLER energy-saving hall heating systems reach jury stage at the "Grand Prix of Medium-Sized Enterprises"

    The "Großer Preis des Mittelstandes" is probably the most important award for small and medium-sized companies in Germany. KÜBLER already received the prestigious award in 2008. In the 30th year of the competition, the innovative hall heating specialist from Ludwigshafen is aiming for the final stage in the "competition of the best": the Premier. Together with other companies, KÜBLER was honored in a [...]
  • Blick in den fast 30 Meter hohen Hallenkomplex mit den schwarz lackierten Optima Infrarot-Hallenheizungen von KÜBLER.

    Sustainable heat for the Berlin-Mitte cogeneration plant

    Fourteen years after the commissioning of the innovative H.Y.B.R.I.D. heating system in the Berlin-Mitte combined heat and power plant, Dimitri Hegemann, cultural manager and managing director of the combined heat and power plant, draws a positive balance: "There is no better heating system for our purposes." The combined heat and power plant at Köpenicker Straße 70 is a piece of Berlin's industrial history. A cathedral of concrete and steel with gigantic dimensions and a height of [...]
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    KÜBLER honored for "high customer satisfaction"

    KÜBLER, the specialist for environmentally friendly and efficient heating of indoor buildings, wins the prestigious "High Customer Satisfaction" award. This prestigious award is presented by the German Institute for Product and Market Evaluation and recognizes outstanding products, services and sustainable business practices. "This award is a great honor for our company and confirms our continuous commitment to excellence and [...]
  • Energy efficiency 2.0: AI revolution in hall heating technology

    At the BVMUV's Future Day for SMEs on March 13, KÜBLER, the specialist for climate-friendly hall heating systems, presents the first results of the joint AI pilot project as part of the Green-AI Hub Mittelstand to Federal Environment Minister Steffi Lemke.
  • "Innovations are made in the SME sector!"

    State Secretary Mario Brandenburg, Member of the Bundestag, in conversation with Thomas Kübler, Dr. Steffen Manser (KÜBLER GmbH) and Prof. Dr. Matthias Rädle (CeMOS) on the subject of research, development and what is needed to reduce CO2 in industry and commerce.
  • KÜBLER is the winner of the Future Prize 2024

    Berlin, 14.03.2024 The energy-flexible new development FUTURA from hall heating specialist KÜBLER is the winner of the BVMW Future Prize 2024. Founder and Managing Director Thomas Kübler accepted the award in front of around 6,000 participants at the BVMW Future Day at Station-Berlin. 
  • KÜBLER nominated for important business award "Großer Preis des Mittelstandes" 2024

    The hall heating specialist KÜBLER GmbH has been nominated in the "Premier" category for the "Großer Preis des Mittelstands" 2024. Another great success for the medium-sized, innovation-driven company based in Ludwigshafen am Rhein.
  • PLUS X Award for FUTURA multi-energy IR hall heating system

    Ludwigshafen, February 2024: FUTURA also impresses the renowned PLUS X Award jury! The "masterpiece of heating technology" received the highest recognition from the expert judges in five out of seven categories: Innovation, High Quality, Design, Ease of Use and Functionality. This award underlines the groundbreaking innovation, outstanding quality, aesthetic elegance, intuitive operation and versatile functionality that make the FUTURA a pioneer in the industry. With the FUTURA, KÜBLER has ushered in a new era of hall heating - one that sets standards and plays a key role in shaping the future of heating technology." - said the jury laudation for the PLUS X AWARD.
  • KÜBLER employees donate 500 euros to the Ludwigshafen food bank

    Ludwigshafen, January 2024: The food bank in Bayreuther Straße is delighted to receive a donation cheque from the employees of KÜBLER, the specialist for energy-saving hall heating systems. They not only wanted to use the Christmas party to bring the old year to a cheerful close together with the entire workforce, but also to think about people who need support. To this end, they organized a raffle with over 100 prizes, including an iPhone as the main prize, which was provided by the company. This raised almost 500 euros. The food bank is delighted.
  • High-ranking visit to KÜBLER - Minister of Economic Affairs Daniela Schmitt at the Hidden Champion

    The topics are as topical as they were in May, when Minister of Economic Affairs Daniela Schmitt presented the prestigious Rhineland-Palatinate Innovation Award to KÜBLER at the award ceremony. For FUTURA, the multi-energy-capable hall heating system with integrated lighting function. The company visit to the hidden champion and innovation leader for climate-friendly hall heating technology was therefore prepared well in advance. On Thursday, the Minister of Economic Affairs met with the Managing Director of the Innovation Agency Sabine Mesletzky and Managing Director Thomas Kübler at the company's site in Ludwigshafen.
  • Energy-efficient hall heating renovation is a dena lighthouse project

    How to save 3.7 million kWh - almost 70 percent! - energy can be saved? This is demonstrated by the joint project of hall heating specialist KÜBLER and Höganäs Germany GmbH (formerly H.C. Starck) at the Laufenburg site near the Swiss border. For dena, this is a flagship project that the German Energy Agency is publishing on its new website as an example of good practice.
  • KÜBLER and Eickhoff - nominated for dena's Energy Efficiency Award!

    "Achieving more together! Energy services as enablers of the energy transition" - this is the motto under which the heating refurbishment of Eickhoff Maschinenbau GmbH with highly efficient infrared hall heaters from KÜBLER was convincing: the jury of the Energy Efficiency Award nominated the joint large-scale project on the Eickhoff company premises in Bochum for the coveted award of the German Energy Agency dena.
  • KÜBLER main sponsor at the Parliamentary Evening - Robert Habeck as guest

    Berlin, September 2023: Energy efficiency is a key pillar of the energy transition - and a topic that all three are committed to: Thomas Kübler, specialist for energy-saving hall heating systems, Dr. Robert Habeck, head of the BMWK, and the German Business Initiative for Energy Efficiency (DENEFF).
  • What's next for the Heating Act?

    Ludwigshafen, August 2023: Konrad Stockmeier, FDP member of the Bundestag from Mannheim, is a member of the Bundestag Committee for Climate Protection and Energy and his parliamentary group's rapporteur for the Building Energy Act (GEG), the so-called "Heating Act". He was involved in the negotiations on the GEG and is therefore familiar with this law. On Friday, he visited Thomas Kübler, founder and managing partner of KÜBLER GmbH, in Ludwigshafen. With his expertise as a specialist in large-capacity heating systems, the entrepreneur has been campaigning for months for commercial and industrial hall buildings to be given greater consideration in the GEG.
  • What contribution does KÜBLER make to the energy transition?

    Ludwigshafen, August 2022: As the energy policy spokesman for the Green Party parliamentary group in Rhineland-Palatinate, Fabian Ehmann has KÜBLER on the agenda for his summer trip. Together with his party colleagues from Ludwigshafen, Hans-Uwe Daumann (parliamentary group chairman and supervisory board member of TWL), Regina Keßler (board member) and Diethelm Messinger (treasurer), he visited the Ludwigshafen-based hall heating specialist to get an idea of the latest developments for the climate-friendly heating of industrial and commercial halls. And, of course, the heating law was also on the agenda.
  • Traditional gymnastics club 1860 Mußbach e.V. enjoys the new feeling of warmth thanks to KÜBLER hall heating systems

    Turnverein Mußbach e.V. is a traditional sports club with a long history. Since it was founded in 1860, it has got a large number of people of all ages and backgrounds moving and now has over 1,200 members. In order to meet the demands and needs of its members, the decision was made to replace the club's outdated heating system.
  • FUTURA honored at FOCUS OPEN

    The multi-energy IR hall heating system with integrated lighting function has already won its fourth design award in prestigious competitions for innovation and its valuable contribution to the energy transition.
  • FUTURA wins the German Innovation Award!

    As of today, it's clear: the world first from KÜBLER has won its third award! Following the SUCCESS 2022 Technology Award and the Rhineland-Palatinate 2023 Innovation Award, the innovative FUTURA multi-energy IR heating system for the climate-friendly and economical heating of hall buildings has now been recognized in the "Winner" category of the German Innovation Award 2023.
  • Company visit to KÜBLER GmbH in Ludwigshafen

    Minister President Malu Dreyer: Rhineland-Palatinate is an attractive location with a home and future for many strong, imaginative companies
  • World first wins Rhineland-Palatinate Innovation Award. FUTURA heats halls for the energy transition: With electricity, with hydrogen, with gas.

    Kaiserslautern. Heating and lighting industrial and commercial buildings in a climate-neutral way - that is "excellent", according to the jury of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, which awarded the prestigious innovation prize to KÜBLER GmbH from Ludwigshafen. With this award, the state honours the immediately implementable and economical contribution to decarbonization in industrial heat supply through the FUTURA multi-energy system. KÜBLER GmbH has been developing heating systems for halls for more than three decades, employs 130 people and has built up proven expertise with its own R&D unit. This is already the fourth innovation award in the company's history.
  • Heating halls economically in the energy transition

    How can the heating challenges of hall buildings be mastered in the energy transition? The answer to this question inspired many trade fair visitors and gave hope for a pragmatic, technologically sensible and at the same time very economical solution to the 65%-EE question. In Hall 12.1 B19, the innovation leader for highly efficient infrared heaters presented three groundbreaking world firsts: FUTURA, FUTURA cool and MAXIMA E-Hybrid. 
  • Innovative heating systems for the energy transition: KÜBLER presents three world firsts at the ISH 2023

    The German government wants 65% renewable energy from 2024. "It can have it," says Thomas Kübler, founder and Managing Director of KÜBLER GmbH from Ludwigshafen. The hall heating specialist is presenting its latest developments and world firsts at the ISH. These are three systems that enable companies to save money and play their part in the energy transition.
  • Pioneering hall heating system nominated for the German Innovation Award 2023

    The FUTURA multi-energy infrared heating system from hall heating expert KÜBLER has been nominated for the German Innovation Award. As one of the products, technologies and services that break new, innovative ground and offer solutions that stand out due to their added value for users and the environment.
  • "We must remain open to technology": Creating the energy transition - Verena Hubertz MP appeals to business and politics

    "It is important to me that we do not commit ourselves to one technology now, we must remain open to technology, we must be united in our goal," says Verena Hubertz MP. The deputy leader of the SPD parliamentary group appealed on Friday in Trier for common sense and reason in the implementation of the energy transition. "We have a very exciting example here in Trier, [...]
  • Peter Altmaier: "We will lose if we play climate protection and the economy off against each other"

    "Climate protection is the most important task of our time," said Peter Altmaier in Trier on Friday. In his keynote speech, the former Federal Minister of Energy "urgently recommends that we don't go either way, but set the course in such a way that we can safely achieve the climate targets. Otherwise, we will sin against the younger generation and cause economic costs that [...]
  • Heating innovations for the energy transition. For halls.

    KÜBLER presents world firsts for the sustainable and economical heating of industrial, commercial and municipal buildings at ISH 2023.
  • Energy transition: "We need technological openness and planning security" - New funding guidelines announced

    Dresden. The energy transition will occupy Germany like no other topic in the new year. The German government is committed to a 65 percent target for renewable energies, which in the view of entrepreneurs seems neither sensible nor achievable. "We have been developing heating systems for 34 years and know that The most economical heating system is the one we don't need," says Thomas [...]
  • Amendment to the Building Energy Act: FDP announces switch from energy efficiency to emission efficiency

    It is only a small segment, but of great importance: in the current discussion about the energy transition, industrial buildings are being neglected. They only make up two percent of the building stock in Germany. However, they are responsible for around 15 percent of building-related energy consumption and the associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In the current Building Energy Act (GEG), however, industrial buildings are treated in the same way as [...]
  • Energy turnaround: World innovation honored in Mainz

    FUTURA heats industrial halls regardless of the energy source - special award "Innovative technologies for climate protection" in the SUCCESS technology competition Mainz. While Germany is discussing the energy transition, KÜBLER GmbH from Ludwigshafen has already delivered. FUTURA is the name of the latest invention from the experts for hall heating systems - and it works regardless of the energy source: the infrared heating system for halls uses hydrogen, electricity, gas or [...]
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    Green members of the state parliament Dr. Bernhard Braun and Fabian Ehmann at KÜBLER in Ludwigshafen

    Ludwigshafen, August 2022 - An important visit to KÜBLER in Ludwigshafen: Dr. Bernhard Braun (Chairman of the Bündnis90/Grünen parliamentary group), Fabian Ehmann (Spokesman for Economy & Start-ups, Europe & One World, Youth and Forest Policy) and Hanna Thiele (personal assistant) met with the Ludwigshafen-based hall heating specialist and hidden champion in the Palatinate. They discussed the currently highly topical issues of the energy transition, energy efficiency, legislation and the questions: "What distinguishes halls from residential buildings, offices or daycare centers? And why do they need special technologies for efficient and low-CO2 heating?"
  • KÜBLER and Kapital 1852 join forces for a CO2-free future

    KÜBLER is the trademark for innovative energy-saving solutions for hall heating systems. A growing stock of hall heating systems in need of renovation, increasing regulatory requirements to achieve climate targets and rising raw material prices are long-term growth drivers in the market for energy-saving heating systems. In order to tap into the high growth potential and expand the company's leadership and expansion ambitions, KÜBLER has opted for [...]
  • Research seal "Innovative through research" for KÜBLER

    The "Innovative through research" seal is awarded to research-based companies that are committed to a strong innovation location in Germany with their development work. KÜBLER is once again one of these companies and has been awarded the prestigious seal. KÜBLER has been one of the pioneers of energy-saving hall heating systems for more than 30 years. In hall buildings with high ceilings, the infrared heaters from KÜBLER with [...]
  • KÜBLER nominated for the German Innovation Award for Climate and Environment 2022

    The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection has been honoring the commitment of industry and research to climate and environmental protection for many years with the IKU - the German Innovation Award for Climate and the Environment. The 21 nominees include many big names as well as a medium-sized company: KÜBLER GmbH from Ludwigshafen. Specializing in the development of energy-saving [...]
  • Hidden champion in the Palatinate 2022

    KÜBLER GmbH, a specialist in energy-saving hall heating systems and one of the protagonists on the road to climate neutrality, is one of the "hidden heroes" in Rhineland-Palatinate. There are 1,300 to 1,650 hidden champions in Rhineland-Palatinate*. Only 23 of these have found a place in the publication "Hidden Champions in the Palatinate". One of the silent market leaders is once again the company KÜBLER [...]
  • "The energy-saving hall heating saves our club 47 %."

    The Grün-Weiss Mannheim e.V. tennis club relies on innovative heating technology and the use of residual heat in its halls - a smart decision that pays off for the successful traditional club. The traditional Grün-Weiss Mannheim club is one of the largest tennis clubs in Baden. The club has two of its own tennis halls and thus offers continuous training opportunities for its players. The heating of the two [...]
  • This is how the future heats

    Energy-saving hall heating systems - KÜBLER presents its innovative high-efficiency technologies at ISH digital 2021 Using energy smartly and efficiently, planning and investing for the future, digitizing processes, meeting climate targets and GEG, reducing CO2 tax, meeting the requirements of the future today - and all this with maximum technology and investment security: these are the challenges in heating today [...].
  • New law highlights the efficiency of decentralized infrared heating systems - GEG comes into force on 01.11.

    Ludwigshafen, August 2020 | Decentralized infrared radiant heating systems are the technology of choice in tall buildings with ceiling heights of over 4 meters. Here, they are often functionally superior to alternative heating systems. Their efficiency is so high that they have been able to exceed climate protection requirements for years, even without the integration of renewable energies. They also offer clear advantages in terms of investment costs, as studies have shown. With the entry into force of the GEG, high-efficiency technologies such as decentralized infrared heating systems are finally finding their way into legislation.
  • The end of the chaos - Bundestag passes Building Energy Act (GEG)

    Ludwigshafen, 19.06.2020 | The Building Energy Act, or GEG for short, has long been eagerly awaited. The uniform, coordinated set of regulations for the energy requirements for new buildings, existing buildings and the use of renewable energies to supply heating and cooling to buildings is intended to bring together various laws on building energy efficiency and heat use. And thus significantly simplify the previously highly complex and difficult to understand landscape of energy-saving legislation for building owners and planners. Drafts of the law have been available since 2017. After endless postponements over legislative periods, the GEG was passed yesterday in the Bundestag.
  • Starting signal for the hall heating of the future

    55 percent less CO2 emissions by 2030, 80 to 95 percent by 2050 - these are the German government's targets for the building sector. In addition to residential and office buildings, there is also a great need for industrial buildings (production halls, etc.). In this area, the heating systems from the Ludwigshafen-based infrared specialist KÜBLER already meet the requirements of the next decade. A joint research project between KÜBLER and the Technical University of Kaiserslautern entitled InfraEff now promises the decisive innovative step on the 2050 stage. Supported and funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research - BMBF. The cooperation partners met in Ludwigshafen on March 13 to kick off the project.
  • Long-lasting heating systems ensure 40 % less energy costs at the Bähr car dealership

    "We've been saving on heating for 15 years" Ludwigshafen. The workshop of the Bähr car dealership in Ludwigshafen has been heated with KÜBLER infrared systems for 15 years - smoothly and economically highly profitable. Owner Frank Bähr is more than satisfied.
  • Heating with perspective

    High halls - high energy consumption. It's worth taking a closer look. If you want to know where energy is being wasted, you need transparency. A clear view of whether and where heat is being wasted and thus causing unnecessarily high costs and emissions. By leaving hall doors open for too long, for example. By heating unused hall areas. Or through suboptimal heating times. A smart tool from the hall heating specialist KÜBLER now provides clarity: the E.M.M.A. heat management system, which ensures reduced costs, less CO2 and greater efficiency in industrial heating processes.
  • How can 30 to 70 % of heating costs and CO2 be saved? - Quite simply.

    Food. Climate protection is a hot topic - and not just since Greta Thunberg. Hall heating specialist and efficiency expert KÜBLER will be demonstrating the immense energy and CO2 savings potential that can be achieved in the heating of hall buildings alone. It will be presenting its high-efficiency solutions at SHK Essen from March 10-13.
  • KÜBLER plants 1,000 trees for climate protection

    Ludwigshafen. KÜBLER employees have been committed to environmental protection for 30 years. From the very beginning, the leading manufacturer of hall heating systems has focused on energy saving, CO2 reduction and sustainability. Now KÜBLER is donating 1,000 trees for environmental protection.
  • New hall heating - zero investment

    KÜBLER offers an investment-free rental model for heating halls with its heating plant
  • The new one pays off. Renting the new hall heating saves Dexion energy and €45,000 in heating costs.

    Outdated heating technology in hall buildings is expensive and energy-intensive. However, modernization is complex and associated with investment costs. Dexion has found a new and convenient solution to the problem of modernization. The world's leading specialist for warehouse logistics solutions relies on the latest service product from KÜBLER - HeizWerk. And is now benefiting from the advantages of modern infrared heating technology. These include: high energy efficiency, reliable heat supply, a clean, draught-free working environment and reduced heating costs. Without any investment on your part.
  • Refurbishing hall heating can be costly. Or simple and lucrative.

    The old hall heating system consumes too much energy, emits too much CO2 and is becoming increasingly unreliable. Good reasons to finally tackle heating modernization and replace the old system with a modern, energy-efficient one. But the expense seems high and is often shied away from. Yet today there are alternative solutions that can also be very interesting economically.
  • Nominated for the 2019 Grand Prix for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

    The Großer Preis des Mittelstandes is one of the special awards that KÜBLER has already received. The specialist for energy-efficient hall heating technologies has also already been recognized with the coveted badge of honour. For KÜBLER, this nomination is about the last two opportunities to go one better for Germany's most coveted business award: to be named Premier or Premier Finalist in the Grand Prix for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises.
  • Gas can be green. How climate protection targets can be achieved and made affordable.

    Gas is decentralized, flexible, can be stored efficiently and is inexpensive. The energy source is a guarantee for the success of the energy transition. Ten associations from the gas industry have joined forces and formulated an appeal for the climate protection plan, explaining why gas as an energy source can already achieve significant CO2 savings cost-effectively today.
  • Efficient hall heating technologies - for more design freedom

    Energy savings of up to 70 % - with these values, KÜBLER heating systems are perhaps one of the most effective levers for reducing primary energy consumption, CO2 emissions and costs in the hall sector. Depending on the project, this can amount to annual savings of €300,000 and more. A sum that can be used for design. Because it offers financial freedom. For architectural innovations. For further beneficial measures on the building structure. The innovation leader presented its latest developments at ISH 2019 in Frankfurt.