100 years of energy and counting!

To this day, we adhere to the basic principle of our company founder Dr. Theodor Stiebel: the development and production of innovative products at the highest level of quality. When Dr. Theodor Stiebel invented and produced the ring immersion heater in his backyard workshop in Berlin in 1924, he opened the first chapter in the successful company history of STIEBEL ELTRON. On May 5, 2024, we will celebrate our 100th company anniversary -  look forward to our anniversary year with us. 

STIEBEL ELTRON has been synonymous with innovation for 100 years. And we're just beginning.

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100 years of pioneering spirit

Passionate thought leadership

The beginning of a success story: The company "ELTRON" was founded on May 5, 1924 by Dr. Theodor Stiebel in Berlin. In his backyard workshop in Berlin, he invents and produces the ring immersion heater, thus opening the first chapter in the successful company history of STIEBEL ELTRON. But that was just the beginning: in the 1970s, STIEBEL ELTRON started producing heat pumps and solar collectors and has thus established itself as a pioneer in the field of renewable energy. 

100 Years of Innovation

Ensuring we future proof your home or project

As an innovation-driven family business, STIEBEL ELTRON pursues a clear vision in the production and development of products – for environmentally friendly, efficient and comfortable building technology. With more than 6,000 employees worldwide, we consistently rely on our own know-how, from product development to production. The result is efficient and innovative solutions for hot water, heating, ventilation and cooling. With an extensive product range, STIEBEL ELTRON always offers the always the right solution to prepare the home today for the requirements of the future. There is a lot at stake: your home, pleasant warmth, warm water and our environment. As a company, we are happy to invest all our energy and passion for you. It is therefore part of our self-image to always think a little further ahead in order to offer you the solutions for tomorrow today. 

100 years of technology for comfort at home

Because comfort and sustainability go hand in han

Your own home should be a place of warmth and security. Since 1924, STIEBEL ELTRON has been ensuring that you feel comfortable at home with intelligent and advanced home technology. In a wide variety of categories, our products have been ahead of their time and have set fundamental standards. From the very beginning, we rely on electrical energy that can be generated from environmentally friendly renewable sources. In this way, we paved the way for sustainable living and living at an early stage.

100 years of energy

Clear focus on green technologies

For us, progress is not an end in itself, but an opportunity for a better quality of life. That's why we've been developing state-of-the-art and state-of-the-art solutions since 1924.

As a company, we set the course for the future early on and have been relying on green technologies instead of oil and gas for almost 50 years. Because with renewable energy, our lives become electric and clean. As a family-owned company, we have pursued a clear line since our foundation in 1924. 

It is therefore part of our self-image to always think a little further ahead in order to offer you the solutions for tomorrow today.


Pioneer in climate protection

Sustainability is part of our identity. This applies not only to our products, but also to our locations and manufacturing processes: STIEBEL ELTRON wants to become completely climate-neutral by 2040.

In a first step, all building and hall heating systems will be completely converted to renewable energy sources by 2030. We are continuously increasing the proportion of vehicles with electric drives in our vehicle fleet and will no longer allow conventionally powered vehicles from 2030. In addition, the CO2 footprint of the products manufactured in Germany, including the upstream chain balance, has been analysed. In this way, we also create reliable CO2 transparency for our manufacturing processes.