A round-up of some of the energy and EV technologies and companies highlighted at CES 2021.
Energy tech firm Chameleon Technology has revealed that a management buy-out of the business has taken place.
The Smarter Living Challenge has been launching by BT and Hubbub to explore how technology can reduce household carbon emissions.
AI-powered smart homes could save the energy industry £2.5 billion by 2030, according to new data from Kaluza.
Centrica’s newly-unveiled partnership with car manufacturer Lotus is designed to “really push the boundaries of what electric vehicle ownership could be”.
Centrica is developing a new model for electric vehicle (EV) ownership in a bid to integrate future mobility and energy.
Samsung, energy supplier Bulb and energy tech firm Chameleon have launched a new tool designed to help consumers make smarter, more energy efficient decisions at home.
E.On is to release a new smart home technology platform allowing households to aggregate the data and capacity of their electrical devices to manage their energy consumption and even trade it on the market.