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The economy speaks ESG and heats multi-energy flexibly.

March 6, 2024
ESG-Schriftzug mit aufsteigendem Pfeil und Beleuchtung.

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?
The answer is: a lot. Because depending on which technology and which energy source you use for heating, you can have a significant influence on your company's ESG rating.
Ensure positive ratings with the FUTURA multi-energy-capable IR indoor heating system. Recently described as a "masterpiece of heating technology" and already the recipient of five awards, this heating innovation makes a significant contribution to the energy revolution and plays into your ESG cards in several ways:
  1. They reduce the CO2-Simply by operating FUTURA with electricity, hydrogen, biogas or a mix of all of these.
  2. With FUTURA, you significantly increase energy efficiency. This is because the new technology consumes only 30 to 50 of the previous 100 % of energy. No matter which energy source you use.
  3. You can also significantly reduce energy consumption by only heating where heat is actually needed. Keyword: "locally and temporally flexible zone heating".
  4. You can increase sustainability by also using the innovative 2-in-1 system for hall lighting, thereby significantly reducing the amount of cabling and control required.
  5. Thanks to the even and draught-free heat, they ensure a high level of employee satisfaction and reduce sickness rates at the same time.
These are just five of more big plus points for your ESG rating in the environmental and social areas. You also score points in the area of corporate governance thanks to your compliance with the new GEG requirements, your significant contribution to sustainability and your improved operating result thanks to the considerable savings in heating costs.
Interesting for you? Just give us a call on +49 621 57000-0 or send us an e-mail to kontakt@kuebler-hallenheizungen.de
We look forward to your questions!
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