KNV Energietechnik

Contact data
KNV Energietechnik GmbH
Gahberggasse 11
A-4861 Schörfling
Contact person
Dipl.-Ing. Peter Leitner
Managing Director
Company information
Company type :
Manufacturer in Upper Austria
Founding year:
Export rate:
8 %
Products & services

- heat pumps (air-water, soil, ground source, ground water)

- hot water heat pumps in combination with PV & solar

- heat pumps - storage systems

- SG heat pumps with PV & smart pricing heat pumps

- ventilation systems

- high capacity heat pumps > 500 kW

KNV Energietechnik

KNV: EnergieGenie for "Smart Price Adaptation"

Cluster-News: July 2018

KNV received the EnergieGenie Award for the "Smart Price Adaptation" for heat pumps. This enables the use of variable electricity prices on an hourly base. The heat pump is controlled so that it always uses the cheapest electricity price of the day. This results in estimated energy cost savings of up to 30 %.

Muggenhumer & KNV: slinky ground collector goes international

Cluster-News: July 2018

The slinky ground collector developed by Muggenhumer Energietechnik and KNV Energietechnik is now also exported to Germany, Hungary and Switzerland. The collector enables the use of geothermal energy with a similar cost level as air heat systems. It also permits individual planning and simple installation.

KNV Energietechnik

KNV Energietechnik GmbH

Cluster-News: July 2018

Heat pumps (air-water, soil, ground source, ground water), hot water heat pumps in combination with PV & solar, heat pumps - storage systems, SG heat pumps with PV & smart pricing heat pumps, ventilation systems, high capacity heat pumps > 500 kW

KNV Energietechnik

Muggenhumer & KNV: "EnergieGenie" for a horizontal slinky ground collector

Cluster-News: January 2018

Muggenhumer Energiesysteme and its partners were awarded the "EnergieGenie" for its new geothermal heat concept with a so-called slinky ground collector. The product is a further development of the classic horizontal ground collector for heat pumps. The earth stores the warmth transmitted by the sun during the summer. In November, the highest annual average temperatures are reached at just a few meters depth. A plastic hose - filled with a mixture of water and organic-antifreeze - then provides these temperatures to the house in winter via a heat pump. The shape of the collector adapts to any property.

KNV Energietechnik
Energiesparverband OÖ
Landstrasse 45
​​​​​​​A-4020 Linz, Austria

How to reach us​​​​​​​


+43 732 / 7720-14380

or by e-mail to ​​​​​​​cleantech-cluster(at)