Virtual Viessmann program instead of spring trade fairs

Viessmann expands its online program for specialist partners: from now on, they can find information on all product innovations as well as additional online seminars on the Viessmann website at If you are not a specialist partner yet, you can register as one here.

The picture shows the virtual learning space from Viessmann.
The completely redesigned learning room of the Viessmann Academy. Viessmann trade partners simply use their trade partner login.

Allendorf (Eder) – Viessmann is launching a greatly expanded virtual program to compensate for the canceled spring trade fairs in Frankfurt, Essen, and Nuremberg. From now on, Viessmann specialist partners first and foremost can get information about all product innovations online, or get training for themselves and their employees in online seminars.

Thomas Heim, Head of Sales at the Viessmann Group, says to the partners: “We at Viessmann were very much looking forward to the trade fairs SHK Essen, IFH Intherm Nuremberg, and Light + Building in Frankfurt. We were excited about showing you in interactive presentations how our integrated range of solutions offers a solution tailor-made to the specific needs of each and every consumer.”

As Head of Sales of Viessmann Deutschland GmbH, Dr. Frank Voßloh adds: “Unfortunately, coronavirus has thwarted everyone’s plans. But you know us – we don’t give up so easily! You should have experienced some of the most important innovations that we would have liked to share with you in Essen, Nuremberg, and Frankfurt, in compact form at our Viessmann Roadshows 2020. To live up to our responsibility as a family-owned company and to make a maximum contribution to breaking the chains of infection, we have decided to postpone the roadshows.

To continue supporting you with our full strength, instead we are offering you comprehensive virtual training and information via our portals.” Partners can sign in with their Viessmann login details or contact their sales consultant. 

Scope of the program

Numerous innovations from Viessmann’s integrated range of solutions:

  • the new wall-mounted and compact boilers of the Vitodens 200 generation,
  • the innovative hybrid energy storage device Vitocharge,
  • the future-proof house with electric infrared heating, heat pump, or fuel cell, combined with photovoltaics, energy storage device, and energy management system,
  • the range of solutions to account for the end of grants under the German Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) with the ViShare Community of the Viessmann Group,
  • and much more in the article on Viessmann innovations 2020.

Dr. Frank Voßloh says, about the details: “With the new Vitodens-200 boilers, system operators and specialist partners receive real added value compared to conventional heat generators.”

The highlights include:

  • simple and intuitive operation with a height-adjustable display in the wall-mounted boilers,
  • innovative digital control system with integrated WLAN for convenient control via ViCare app,
  • increased security thanks to the remote maintenance option, and last but not least,
  • highly efficient, environmentally friendly, and at the same time reliable gas condensing technology.

In addition, the new heat generators feature an appealing, modern design with Vitopearlwhite matte white powder coating and ultra-flat front panel. The new condensing boilers therefore blend harmoniously into any (living) environment.

Increase own consumption for lucrative returns

On the increasingly important topic of “electricity and heat merging together,” Karlheinz Reitze, Chairman of the Board of Viessmann PV & E-Systeme GmbH, says: “As examples, we are showing three fully electric systems for a future-proof house. Equipped optionally with electric infrared heating, heat pump, or fuel cell – and always combined with photovoltaics, energy storage device, and our energy management system.”

Viessmann’s range of “EEG” solutions is new and very special: “Starting this year, grants under the German Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) will expire for many PV systems. With the Viessmann Group’s ViShare Community, we guarantee that electricity will continue to be purchased in the future. We therefore not only solve the problem of where the system operator should take their electricity in future, but we also show them solutions as to how they can increase their own consumption and thereby achieve lucrative returns.”

The highlight is the new Vitocharge hybrid energy storage device. This modular device combines inverters and up to three battery units from 4 to 12 kW. In this way, the Vitocharge can be easily and quickly adapted to any situation. Like all products from Viessmann’s integrated range of solutions, it is precisely matched to the other components. Since everything comes from a single source, both specialist partners and system operators benefit from smooth operation – always reliable and with maximum efficiency. You can find a video on this topic under this link.