BDR Thermea

De Dietrich Remeha Group and Baxi Group have created BDR Thermea, a new world class company in heating products. BDR Thermea focuses on customer needs regarding innovative climate and hot water solutions and services, offering systems instead of only single products. The strong R&D platform and the financial strength of BDR Thermea make it possible to enhance the existing product range. This focus on R&D and innovation also provides the opportunity to confirm and build on the leadership in the emerging market for low carbon micro combined heat and power products and can support the way BDR Thermea contributes to a sustainable environment.

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