If you want a quick overview of the new grant conditions and rates, take a look at Viessmann’s new Förderkompass (grant compass). The leaflet is the ideal guide through the grant jungle. A table shows at a glance how much energy costs and CO2 are saved by which heating system, and what percentage of costs is subsidized by the state. If you are interested, download the “Förderkompass 2020” PDF for free from our Förderkompass-site.
Heat pumps subsidized at 35 percent of the purchase and installation costs
The maximum grant is available for the installation of heat generators that use renewable energies. For example, heat pumps in new buildings and modernization projects are subsidized at 35 percent of the purchase and installation costs. If the heat pump replaces an old oil boiler, this figure is even 45 percent. For a system with a Vitocal 300-G brine/water heat pump (10.4 kW), buffer and hot water tank, and GeoCollect geothermal absorbers, this can be well over 11000 euros, depending on installation costs, or over 14000 euros if the heat pump replaces an oil boiler.
Important: Applications must be submitted before the start of the project
Whether you are installing a heat pump, a pellet boiler, or a gas condensing boiler with solar panels: it is important that you submit your application to the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control before the project begins.
FörderProfi: the quick and easy way to a grant
Building owners and tradesmen can find out whether the planned new heating system is subsidized by using the free FörderProfi (grant pro) from Viessmann. If you wish, the FörderProfi can also take care of the entire process for a small fee – from the application to the payment of the grant. As soon as the applicant has given their authorization, the experts from FörderProfi will submit the application. The grant is then normally approved within 48 hours.