2011 marked GE’s first year at CES where GE showcased two of its newest ecomagination products: WattStation and Nucleus. Together, they exemplify GE’s commitment to offering more energy efficient options to consumers, and GE was awarded a place in the Innovation Honorees booth.
WattStation is a cornerstone of GE’s vision for a greener home and world, enabling consumers to charge their electric vehicles in a fraction of the time they would otherwise require. By making this technology faster, easier and more accessible for consumers, GE hopes to be at the forefront of a cleaner transportation economy.
Nucleus is designed to be an energy hub for the home, connecting devices and highlighting consumption habits for users to make smarter decisions about their personal energy use. By putting information in the hands of the consumer, GE hopes to help consumers manage their energy usage, lower their monthly bills and decrease their overall consumption.
The power of these innovations to the world’s electronics and technology community was demonstrated both at the GE Booth and the 2011 CES Innovations Honorees booth.