We are KWB

KWB stands for power (Kraft) and heat (Wärme) from biomass and is synonymous with cutting-edge biomass heating systems from Austria. The brand from Styria in Austria was created by following a clear vision:

We provide energy for life!

From a manufacturer to the brand

"The only chance we have to avoid a climate collapse and global warming is to convert mankind's energy supply to renewable energy."

The company KWB - Kraft und Wärme aus Biomasse GmbH (power and heat from biomass) was founded in 1994 from the mechanic and organic farmer Erwin Stubenschrott and additional partners in Graz.

Three years later the company moved to St. Margarethen/Raab in Eastern-Styria. Since then the company has continuously expanded. In 2000, a second production hall was built, followed by the construction of a third only one year later. In 2003, the KWB Competence Centre was constructed. It is used to link industry expertise and image building.


R&D

Expansion

The strong demand for biomass heating systems all across Europe led to the establishment of subsidiaries in Germany, Italy and France. In Ireland, the U.K., Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Spain, Chile and severeal other countries, KWB is represented by strong sales partnerships.

In the meantime, KWB has become known for its innovative edge with respect to renewable heating systems.


Majority shareholder and managment of KWB

Since early September 2016 the company PDP Holding GmbH is the new majority shareholder of the company to ensure KWB to continue strategically growing. The PDP holding company whose headquarter is in Salzburg has different majority holdings in companies operating in the fields of innovative technology, sustainable development, publishing and gastronomy and culture. PDP Holding is individual, independent and future-oriented. The PDP Holding is in 100% ownership of the entrepreneur Peter Daniell Porsche and is headed by Rafael Walter as sole managing director. www.pdp.at
Since October 2016 the management of KWB GmbH is carried by Claus Repnik and Helmut Matschnig.