Installing an energy efficient heating system can help lower CO2 and minimize climate change
- Over 40% of the energy used in your home goes toward heating and hot water
- You can reduce energy use and CO2 emissions by roughly 50% through more efficient heating
- Switch to CO2-neutral, renewable energy sources such as geothermal and solar
Efficient heating systems for climate protection
Each of us can help reduce harmful CO2 emissions and improve the environment. Experts agree that homeowners who install more energy efficient heating and hot water systems make a significant contribution to reducing climate change.
Measures for CO2 reduction
What changes can you make within your home to help reduce CO2?
- Upgrade windows, doors and insulation
- Replace incandescent light bulbs
- Use the “off” switch
- Install more efficient HVAC and water heating systems
Learn more ways you can help lower CO2 at Climate change due to CO2 "What can we do to help reduce CO2 and greenhouse gasses"
Reduce CO2 with modern heating systems
To what extent could you help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by upgrading to a more efficient heating system? Each situation is different of course, but in comparison to a standard boilers built before 1980, significant CO2 savings are possible:
- 20% with a low-temperature boiler
- 30% with a gas condensing boiler
- 50% with a heat pump
- 50% or more with a gas condensing boiler
Future: CO2-neutral energy systems
Solar and geothermal are popular new technologies used for heating and hot water production, because they rely on renewable energy sources rather than fossil fuels. With respect to ease of operation and comfort, newer systems offer performance and reliability that rivals traditional oil and gas systems, with less stressful utility bills.
Best of all, leading innovators like Bosch have a proven record of building smart products that fit and work together beautifully, allowing you to build a customize energy efficient system with no worries.