About LTI ReEnergy German Engineering meets global requirements

Your specialist for Renewable Energies

Your Specialist for Renewable Energies With a wide range of services

  • Central inverters and turnkey solutions for photovoltaic parks
  • Robust pitch systems for wind turbines
  • Feed-in systems for small hydropower stations
  • Regenerative energy generation systems for district heating plants and ORC systems
  • Bidirectional battery inverters for intelligent storage systems

Part of the international Körber Group

The Körber Group combines some 100 leading technology companies from Business Areas of Automation, Logistics Systems, Machine Tools, Pharma Systems, Tissue and Tobacco. In locations around the globe, Körber combines the advantages of a globally active Group with the strengths of highly specialized and flexible medium-sized enterprises. The Group has more than 12,000 employees and a turnover of around two billion euros.

History LTI ReEnergy And the Business Area Körber Automation

2013

Acquisition by the Körber Group

2012

Marsrover „Curiosity“ with magnetoresistive sensors from Sensitec has landed on Mars

2009

Extension in the range of control technology by acquisition of andron GmbH, manufacturer of high-end CNC controls for machine tools


Acquisition of Heinz Fiege GmbH & Co. KG, manufacturer in the range of spindle technology

Foundation of LTi ELECTRONiCS GmbH as manufacturing service provider of electronic assemblies and devices

2008

Acquisition of the former partner for electrical and automation solutions, Dressel GmbH & Co. KG

2007

Renaming of LUST in Lust Technology international (LTi)

2001

Acquisition of Stromag Elektronik GmbH – what is today LTI ReEnergy GmbH, operating in the range of energy technology

2000

Foundation of Sensitec GmbH, a leading company for magnetoresistive sensor technology

1998

Extension of the system competence for motor and magnetic bearing components through new development and foundation of LEViTEC GmbH

1996

Completion of the product field servo systems through the servo controller MC7000

1986

The first fully digital inverter

1981

Start of the serial production of the first standard frequency inverter series for 0.75 kW to 4 kW

1972

Development and start of the serial production of the first collectorless DC drive for high speed applications  

1971

Foundation of Lust Electronic-Systeme GmbH – today’s LTI Motion GmbH, specialist for motion technology