Norwegian households will soon for the first time have access to a heating and hot water control solution that embraces the Internet of Energy for the smart home. It comes as the result of a partnership between Norwegian energy provider Istad Kraft and UK smart energy solutions firm geo.
At European Utility Week, UK smart energy products geo announced a partnership with Wallbox, a developer of intelligent charging solutions for electric and hybrid cars. The companies will work together to install Wallbox chargers alongside geo’s home energy management and battery systems to allow customers to benefit from tariff optimisation, solar and grid signals.
UK energy technology company Moixa and electric vehicle charger manufacturer EO Charging have teamed to create a dedicated smart charging and home solar battery solution for consumers.
The global market for virtual power plants is expected to be worth $4.5bn by 2024 according to new research.
E.ON has developed a blockchain technology that says will allow its customers to have transparency and complete control over their own energy data.
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