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Whether it is a first-time fit or a retrofit, we offer you an inexpensive and practical alternative. aelectra® provides cosy warmth – fast and at the push of a button.



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The benefits at a glance:

  • It is possible to install the product in apartments of a building or a block one by one, thereby simplifying the refurbishment project, and reducing and stretching the total investment
  • Very short installation time (approx. 2 days per appartment) involving only a painter and an electrician
  • No central control station or installation required in the building
  • Direct relationship between the occupant and the energy supplier for delivery does away with the need for heating cost allocations and billing those to the tenant by the management company
  • No on-going maintenance and operating cost for the system
  • The existing electrical installations can be used
  • The system can be installed in ceilings, walls, floors or below tiles, even in wet areas of bathrooms and kitchens (24V low-volt operation)
  • Renewable power can be used up to 100% (optional)
  • Can be linked to smart building solutions or local energy production or electrical storage systems
  • Fulfilment of all energy bylaws and regulations as well as and building-related stipulations

Single family homes

Looking at low-energy buildings, a clever passive heat protection system significantly reduces the total heat requirements, thereby allowing electrical heating systems to be used more frequently as a solution to the requirement. In the case of passive buildings and “plus-energy” buildings, electricity will be the only energy source in the home of the future. Other grid-bound  energy sources, such as gas, will no longer make economic sense and cannot meet the requirements for an acceptable CO2 footprint.

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Apartment Buildings

Owners planning the energy-related upgrading of existing buildings  are faced with a wealth of technical questions, and also operational, financial and legal challenges.  They not only need to consider what technology is needed to optimise the energy consumption, but also need to balance the demand for the integration of renewable energies for heating buildings and homes

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