FUTURA wins the German Innovation Award!

May 24, 2023
Three people looking at industrial technology in a workshop.

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.

We are incredibly proud of our new development, which makes the heat transition in industrial and commercial operations economically feasible," says Thomas Kübler, Managing Director of the hall heating specialist in Ludwigshafen.

The high-calibre jury thus honored the particular originality, implementation and effectiveness of the new hall heating system, which can simultaneously use electricity, hydrogen and (biogenic) gases and also integrates the hall lighting. With this development, KÜBLER is breaking new, innovative ground and offering a solution that benefits both the users - hall operators in trade and industry - and the environment through its added value. FUTURA offers the economy a highly functional and affordable transformation path to a CO2-free era.

"Year after year, the German Innovation Award shows that Germany knows how to successfully defend its reputation as a location for innovation. It makes the innovative strength of German SMEs visible across the board and shows how flexibly and quickly even smaller players are able to adapt to the rapidly changing requirements of the market, politics and global influencing factors," says Lutz Dietzold, Managing Director of the German Design Council, about the German Innovation Award.

The German Design Council has been operating as the world's leading competence center for communication and knowledge transfer in the fields of design, brand and innovation since 1953. It is part of the global design community with international offerings, support for young talent and memberships and has always helped to establish exchange and networks worldwide. Through events, congresses, competitions, jury meetings and expert groups, the German Design Council connects its members and numerous other international design and brand experts, promotes discourse and provides important impetus for the global economy. Its members currently include more than 350 companies.

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