The German government provides a high level of support for energy measures that save energy consumption in order to support the climate target.
In this context, mechanical ventilation with heat recovery can be classified as an important measure for increasing efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the building sector.
The following federal agencies provide funding.
BAFA - Federal Office of Economics and Export Control.
BMF - Federal Ministry of Finance
KfW - Reconstruction Loan Corporation
The leaflets of BAFA, KfW and BMF show exactly which technical requirements e.g. decentralized heat exchangers have to fulfill in order to get the subsidies.
All our fresh air heat exchangers already meet the first criterion WRG ≥ 80% and the SEL/SPI of ≤ 0.45 W/sqm.
This means that the following federal subsidies can be applied for our heat exchangers for individual energy-related measures, i.e. specifically in connection with the installation, replacement and renewal of a ventilation system.
- BAFA - Grants (► BAFA - plant engineering (except heating))
- BMF - Tax subsidies (► Federal Ministry of Finance - Briefly explained: Tax incentives for energy-efficient building renovations)
In addition, the German government promotes the construction or purchase or renovation of an efficient building with loans through the KfW.
- KfW - Loans (► Federal subsidy for efficient buildings (BEG))
Please click here for current information on the respective KfW funding offers:
Marley Deutschland GmbH offers ventilation planning according to the ENEV guidelines of DIN1946-6.
With this ventilation planning, you can, for example, claim partial tax deductibility as a subsidy. You can find out more about this here.