Allendorf/Geretsried – The German government has made the use of new oil heating systems considerably more difficult. In addition, oil – compared with other energy sources - has by far the highest CO2 emissions and thus the highest CO2 tax burden. In many cases, gas is therefore currently the preferred energy source for the heating market because gas is more climate-friendly than other fossil fuels and the required heating technology is proven and cost-effective. Gas solutions can be used directly with renewable energies such as solar thermal energy or in combination with a heat pump as a hybrid system in renovation projects. Here, subsidies of up to 45 % are currently possible. And wherever there is no natural gas connection available, liquid gas is the ideal solution.
Viessmann and Tyczka Energy have concluded a cooperation agreement in order to develop this market in the best possible way and to be able to offer customers a strong overall solution. Viessmann is contributing its great expertise and market position in the field of heating technologies, while Tyczka Energy – as one of Germany's leading liquefied gas suppliers based on a Europe-wide trading system – is taking care of the suitable supply concept and the disposal of old oil tanks. For customers, this means that the changeover from oil to gas comes completely from a single source and thus functions smoothly. As with electricity, billing takes place via a meter at a fixed agreed rate. In addition, there are further advantages such as a possible warranty extension for the heating system, as well as a new customer bonus and free kWh.
Also, it is possible not to buy the heating system, but to use it for a monthly fee.
Viessmann is the leading provider of climate solutions for all living spaces. The 'Integrated Viessmann Solution Offer' enables products and systems to be seamlessly connected via digital platforms and services for climate (heating, cooling & air quality) and cooling solutions. All solutions are based on renewable energies and maximum efficiency. All activities of the family-owned company, founded in 1917, are derived from the corporate mission statement "We create living spaces for generations to come". Shaping living spaces for future generations - that is the responsibility of the 12750-member Viessmann family worldwide.
In case of queries:Jörg Schmidt, Deputy Head of Corporate Communications, Viessmann Climate Solutions SE, Viessmannstraße 1, 35107 Allendorf, Tel. +49 151 15168389, email@example.com
About Tyczka Energy
The Tyczka Group, founded in 1924 and headquartered in Geretsried near Munich in Bavaria, employs around 550 people. The group includes several medium-sized companies and shareholdings in Germany, Austria and Poland. The core business areas are energy supply with liquefied petroleum gas (propane and butane) and the marketing and production of industrial gases. Tyczka is one of the market leaders in Germany in the sale of liquefied gas in cylinders as well as in tank supply. In addition, there is a Europe-wide trading business with liquefied gas. The Tyczka Group has been marketing technical gases, specialty gases and refrigerants in cylinders and small tanks to customers in Germany since 1983. With the construction of an air separation plant, the Tyczka Group re-entered the production of industrial gases in 2014. In addition, the Tyczka Group is investing in the hydrogen sector, thereby increasing its contribution to the decarbonization of the economy and the transformation towards a sustainable energy supply.