LAS VEGAS —
Energy-efficiency and power-monitoring technologies that can be utilized by home appliance products are being showcased by a trio of exhibitors at International CES’s new Connected Home Appliances TechZone in LVCC South Hall 2.
Current Cost, located in booth 2616, is a leading provider of in-home energy displays, with more than 1 million users worldwide. Its devices allow consumers to monitor their energy usage in order to reduce waste. Data can be read directly from the monitor or can be sent to a PC, Internet device or mobile phone.
Reliant Energy, located in booth 26209, is a Texas power utility serving more than 1.6 million retail customers across the state. A unit of NRG Energy, one of the nation’s largest power producers, Reliant provides electricity and energy services to homes, small and large businesses, manufacturing facilities, government entities and institutions with access to more than 11,000 megawatts of generation capacity.
Sela, in booth 26206, supplies high-quality appliance accessories and replacement parts under the Certified brand that meet or exceed industry certification standards. Products are packaged in eyecatching clamshells and are backed by a five-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Joining the companies in the Connected Home Appliances pavilion are anchor booths by GE, Kenmore and the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM), the industry trade association.