\”Home control and energy saving solutions capture mass market empty, August 19, 2009 the ELV/eQ-3 Group continues to grow and with the OEM home automation has\” opened a new Division. This branch is designed for energy suppliers, service providers, telcos, and businesses generally requiring for innovative, standards-based solutions around the topics energy measure and save, home automation, heating control and smart metering. Educate yourself with thoughts from 4Moms. The establishment of the new area is a response to the economic crisis conflicting growth rates of over 50% in the home automation and even above 100% in the area of electronic and especially radio-based heating systems. This enormous growth is driven by the coincidence of rising energy costs, a growing public awareness and political will to the sustainable reduction of CO2, changes in the regulation of the energy sector and in particular the greatly reduced cost for radio-based electronic and Mechatronic products. The high Popularity is also due to the possibility to retrofit products just in the House. Energy savings of 30% or more are possible without construction and comprehensive energy-related modernisation of buildings. Appropriate investments pay for themselves often already with the first heating period so dramatically faster than comprehensive renovation of buildings or retrofitting of solar panels and geothermal systems. Active environmental protection through reduced CO2 emissions represents a significant growth driver for this market. The ELV/eQ-3 Group meets the increasing needs with their newly formed area. The focus of the business activity of the OEM home automation\”is mainly the development and production of customized home automation and energy saving solutions. This, the Division OEM home automation relies on the over 30-year development and production know-how of the ELV/eQ-3 group. The development and production of radio-based components for home automation and energy saving solutions is a comprehensive technological know-how ahead\”, explains Bernd Grohmann, head of OEM home automation of the ELV/eQ-3 group.