San Francisco-based fuseproject, led by industrial designer Yves Béhar, is today announcing the worldwide unveiling of the GE WattStation. The GE WattStation is an easy-to-use electric vehicle (EV) charger with a consumer-friendly form. Designed to help accelerate the adoption of plug-in electric vehicles, GE WattStation significantly decreases time needed for vehicle charging and, with the use of smart grid technology, allows utility companies to manage the impact of electric vehicles on the local and regional grids.

Fresh from their work with PUMA on a reduced-impact global packaging and distribution system, fuseproject has now designed an essential component of the delivery system for electric vehicle users. Combining functionality with user-friendly form, the GE WattStation offers faster battery charging and smart grid technology within a modular design that allows for easy upgrades, allowing customers to stay current with the latest advances. Find similar articles that are interesting and related to eco design below, such as the mono-use disposable place, and ideas for table-less eating.


“Good design is when a new technology enters our life and makes it more simple, beautiful and healthy,” said  Yves Béhar, founder of fuseproject. “The GE WattStation achieves this with a welcoming design that will seamlessly integrate into the urban landscape and become a natural part of our daily driving routine.”

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