Steffes Electric Thermal Storage systems work smarter, cleaner and greener to make your home more comfortable. Exceptional engineering coupled with efficient, off-peak operation lowers energy usage and costs by storing heat and utilizing energy during the right time of the day. Enjoy exceptionally comfortable and reliable warmth in every room, every hour of the day.
Whether you’re looking to heat a single room, your entire home, or a commercial property, Steffes offers several products that utilize our efficient Electric Thermal Storage heating system. Each of our furnaces and room heating units delivers reliable and consistent comfort while reducing the high electricity costs associated with inefficient, traditional home heating systems.
Our ETS systems gain efficiency by taking advantage of off-peak electricity, which is charged at a lower rate since it is consumed during times when demand on the electrical grid is low. Steffes ETS systems convert off-peak electricity to heat and store it in heating elements contained within high-density ceramic bricks.
With the Steffes ETS systems’ abilities to store vast amounts of heat for long periods of time, you can get on-peak performance for an off-peak price. These capabilities can save you upwards of 40 to 70 percent on heating bills without having to sacrifice the comfort and convenience of a traditional heating system. Our ETS systems don’t produce carbon monoxide, so they’re safe and require very minimal maintenance.
Original article published February 15, 2023 | Joseph Wachunas for New Buildings Institute Central heat pump water heaters (CHPWHs) present a tremendous opportunity to reduce the substantial energy used in water heating and can act as giant thermal batteries. They do this by using energy to heat water during times…(read more)
Steffes recently hosted 15 customers from across the United States during our annual factory training on Steffes heating systems and controls. The three-day training focused on the installation, operation, and service of our electric thermal storage (ETS) heaters, where customers participated in the hands-on troubleshooting of equipment. They also reinforced…(read more)
Original article published February 15, 2023 | Joseph Wachunas for New Buildings Institute Central heat pump water heaters (CHPWHs) present a tremendous opportunity to reduce…(read more)
Steffes recently hosted 15 customers from across the United States during our annual factory training on Steffes heating systems and controls. The three-day training focused…(read more)
A global pandemic may have slowed some down, but at Steffes, we have been busier than ever. We are hard at work developing new Energy…(read more)
Dickinson, North Dakota – Steffes, LLC of Dickinson, North Dakota, the North American leader in Electric Thermal Storage systems, is pleased to announce an expanded…(read more)
Steffes is proud to introduce its first web-based application called Steffes Connect with features for both the homeowner and the Power Provider. Steffes Connect delivers…(read more)
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Paul Steffes is going to be a featured panelist at the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy 2018 Hot Water Forum in Portland, Oregon March…(read more)
Steffes is sponsoring and exhibiting at the 2018 Maui Energy Conference in Hawaii March 14-15. The Maui Energy Conference attracts more than 300 energy industry…(read more)
Steffes' Electric Thermal Storage team will be exhibiting at TechAdvantage 2018 February 25-28 in Nashville, Tennessee. TechAdvantage is an annual conference for innovation and critical…(read more)
Paul Steffes will be speaking at the 56th Annual Rural Energy Conference hosted by the Midwest Rural Energy Council in La Crosse, Wisconsin on Thursday,…(read more)
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All Steffes manufacturing facilities now have ISO 9001: 2015 certification. Previously all Steffes facilities had ISO 9001: 2008 certification. This is an update and recertification…(read more)
Paul Steffes, CEO and President of Steffes, will be a panelist in the discussion at Clean Innovation: Why It Makes Business Sense about developments in…(read more)
Steffes is excited to attend the Energy Storage Association (ESA) 27th Annual Conference and Expo April 18-20 in Denver, Colorado. Kelly Murphy, business development specialist…(read more)
Members from Steffes are scheduled to attend and host a booth at the TechAdvantage 2017 Conference & Expo Feb. 26 – Mar. 1 in San…(read more)
Our CEO, Paul Steffes spoke at Microsfts Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto, Canada, on Tuesday, July 12th, 2016 with Judson Althoff the Executive Vice President,…(read more)
Steffes is excited to announce that Owner and CEO Paul Steffes has been invited to speak at the 2016 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto,…(read more)
Steffes is a charter member of the Community Storage Initiative, a national effort to solve the challenge of energy storage with technologies and resources that…(read more)
Steffes is honored to be awarded a Grid Edge Award with Greentech Media. Steffes is one of the twenty companies presented with this award for…(read more)
In rural Alaska, there are nearly 200 off-grid communities that heat their homes with fuel oil and generate their electricity with diesel generators. Intelligent Energy…(read more)