Star Charge’s technology works to optimize energy usage and improve access to EV charging infrastructure

Scarlett Evans, Assistant Editor, IoT World Today

January 4, 2024

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Star Charge, a company developing charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (EVs), will demonstrate its charging and microgrid technologies at CES 2024, taking place Jan 9-12 in Las Vegas.

The company said its tech embraces e-mobility and distributed energy networks to support a sustainable future.

Additionally, Star Charge said it will “demonstrate its commitment to investing in talents and facilities in the U.S. market through the presence of its management team,” the company said in a statement.

Among the EV tech on display, Star Charge said it will showcase its PV-ESS-EV Charging Station, designed to give homeowners more energy independence. These bi-directional chargers use EVs as backup power sources, with the Home Energy Management system optimizing residential energy consumption.

Star Charge is also showcasing its energy storage systems, dubbed eBox, which are designed for industrial premises. 

These systems optimize energy use by storing surplus renewable and off-peak electricity and releasing it during peak hours. With power demand increasing with the growth of EVs, Star Charge’s ESS also works to expand power capacity, eliminating the need for transformer upgrades and contracts with utility companies.

Finally, the company’s business charging solutions, Artemis and Titan will be on display. These systems are designed as destination charging spots for employees, allowing businesses to serve the increasing prevalence of EVs.

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Star Charge said it will use its presence at CES to highlight its expansion in and commitment to the U.S. market, after previously announcing it opened a manufacturing facility in Ohio.

"Our U.S. 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, Star Charge’s president. “They bring expertise in customer management and service, system and solution design and operational life cycle maintenance." 

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About the Author(s)

Scarlett Evans

Assistant Editor, IoT World Today

Scarlett Evans is the assistant editor for IoT World Today, with a particular focus on robotics and smart city technologies. Scarlett has previous experience in minerals and resources with Mine Australia, Mine Technology and Power Technology. She joined Informa in April 2022.

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