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Gas can be green. How climate protection targets can be achieved and made affordable.

2. September 2019

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.

Gerade die hohen Einsparpotenziale, die in hochinnovativen Technologien wie den Infrarotheizungen von KÜBLER liegen, sprechen dafür, die Potenziale des Energieträgers Gas künftig wesentlich stärker zu nutzen. Nur unter Einbeziehung des grünen Energieträgers werden die Klimaschutzziele 2050 überhaupt bezahlbar und effizient erreichbar gemacht. Was ansonsten passiert? Die von allen gewünschte Wärmewende würde erschwert, CO2 Einsparungen unnötig verteuert und eine zentrale Infrastruktur der Energiewende verschenkt.

Das Fazit:

Insbesondere im Wärmesektor lassen sich schon heute erhebliche CO2 Einsparungen realisieren. Und dies besonders kosteneffizient. Denn Erdgas ist deutlich emissionsärmer als Kohle und Erdöl. Biomethan baut diesen Vorteil noch zusätzlich aus. Und synthetische grüne Gase können durch den Einsatz moderner Power-to-Gas Technologien aus erneuerbaren Energiequellen hergestellt und in allen Sektoren eingesetzt werden. Im Energiesystem der Zukunft können Gase zu 100 Prozent erneuerbar bzw. treibhausneutral sein.

Sources:

1) Appell der Gaswirtschaft zum Klimaschutzplan

2) GAEEH – vorläufiger Endbericht, ITG Dresden

3) DVGW „Energie-Impuls“

The KÜBLER Group

KÜBLER GmbH is an internationally active group of companies. Our core business is the development and production of highly efficient premium technologies for energy-saving hall heating. With an exceptionally wide range of products for almost all types of halls and room environments. KÜBLER is regarded as a pioneer and innovation leader in modern infrared heating technology. Our products and development achievements regularly win awards. Our national and international awards include the Federal Prize for Outstanding Innovative Achievements from the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Bavarian State Prize and the German Sustainability Award. KÜBLER received the highest German award for sustainable entrepreneurship in the category "Germany's most sustainable product" for the special energy efficiency of the H.Y.B.R.I.D. system. In 2018, KÜBLER was honored for the third time with the Innovation Award of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Awarded for the innovative WÄRME 4.0 strategy - the digital hall heating system. Founded in 1989, the group of companies employs over 120 people and is one of the leading companies in the industry in Europe with locations in Ludwigshafen, Dresden, Hagen, Hamburg, Prague (Czech Republic), Fegyvernek (Hungary), numerous foreign agencies and a nationwide service network.

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