Bosch Thermotechnology, manufacturer of heating, cooling, and hot water systems, has been renamed Bosch Home Comfort Group.
Effective April 1, the decision to rebrand the business group was seen as the next logical step to combine a sustainable lifestyle with a high level of comfort through an innovative product portfolio, which includes heat pump and air conditioning systems, water heaters, gas furnaces, boilers connected thermostats and other accessories.
Dr. Alexander Wuthnow, President and CEO of Bosch Home Comfort North America, said, “We are excited to evolve our company through the Bosch Home Comfort brand and collaborate with our partners and industry leaders to advance toward a greener future—both for the home and our planet.”
The new name also embraces the global megatrend toward electrification, with Bosch announcing last month an investment of $737.6 million in electrification to further accelerate heat pump ramp up, specifically as high demand for climate-friendly solutions continues globally. In the U.S., Bosch manufactures a SEER2/HSPF2 product line that meets the 2023 federal minimum energy efficiency standards.
Bosch Home Comfort said it saw a 68 percent increase in business growth in the U.S. last year, where it has a product portfolio of continuously variable, energy-efficient, inverter devices.
Total global investments in research and development also increased by 13 percent to $227.6 million.
Bosch Home Comfort offers Bosch and FHP water-source, geothermal and air-source heat pump systems, Bosch tankless, point-of-use and electric water heaters, Bosch and Buderus floor-standing and wall-hung boilers, as well as controls and accessories for every product line. For more information, visit www.bosch-homecomfort.com/us/en/