Star Charge will unveil new solutions for EV charging and microgrids at CES 2024, aiming to build a more efficient and resilient infrastructure that embraces the era of e-mobility and distributed energy networks for a sustainable future.
At Booth 8905, the company is set to showcase new solutions for EV and home energy independence. Its PV-ESS-EV Charging Station ensures a self-sufficient and clean energy supply, and the Halo Series bi-directional chargers use EVs as backup power sources. Additionally, Star Charge’s Home Energy Management system is designed to optimize the energy efficiency of residential buildings.
The company will also unveil a new energy storage system (ESS) called eBox, which is designed for industrial premises. With a mix of energy sources and time-of-use programs, this energy storage serves as a buffer to optimize energy use by storing surplus renewable and off-peak electricity and releasing it during peak hours. As the demand for power increases with the growth of EVs, this ESS acts as an expansion of power capacity, eliminating the need for costly upgrades to transformers and demand contracts with utility companies.
Star Charge’s products Artemis (AC) and Titan (DC) are tailored for workplace and business environments, serving as destination charging spots for employees, visitors, and customers. This EV-friendly solution aligns with the growing prevalence of electric vehicles, contributing to increased employee and customer satisfaction.
“Our US team is growing quickly, and we are fortunate to have attracted some of the best talents from several industries related to infrastructure, including telecom, EV charging, gasoline, and renewables,” said Robin He, president of Star Charge Americas Corporations. “They bring expertise in customer management and service, system and solution design, and operational lifecycle maintenance.”
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