No question: Using fossil fuels such as coal, gas or oil as a heat source in a private household does not have a future. The foreseeable end of availability of these energy suppliers is one of the reasons for this. Rising prices and increasing insecurity in the supply for political reasons are another. And after all, the use of these fuels is one of the main causes for the high CO2 pollution of our environment.
Efficient heating systems to use regenerative energies, such as the x-change heat pump are becoming increasingly important.
The Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology has also recognised this promising technology and correspondingly has increased the financial incentives within the framework of the tried and trusted market incentive programme (programme to promote measures to use renewable energies in the heating market). Since April 1, 2015, anyone who invests in heat sources with regenerative energies when renovating their house or building a new one, will receive considerably higher investment financial incentives from the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA):
If you use an x-change heat pump by Kermi, this could be up to 7250 euros.
You will find further details on possible financial incentives and the associated application on the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA) internet page www.bafa.de/heat pumps under the Energy tab as well as at www.waermepumpe.de/foerderung.