Moixa creates distinctive new clean technologies, IPR and product categories by rethinking market axioms
Our focus is on the 'longtail' of energy consumption - reducing the inefficiencies of trillions of DC and low power devices powered by batteries or being charged or connected to the grid each year through inefficient (& bulky/annoying) AC/DC adaptors.
We believe that the traditional grid - AC 110/240v mains and sockets are inappropriate, inefficient and wasteful in a 21st Century world of increasing DC gadgets, electronics and low power lighting, particularly when such devices can be powered by renewable sources.
Moixa aims to change the way we produce and consume energy through more intelligent energy monitoring and control of grid connected appliances and heating, and through smart home DC micronets to more efficiently power home lighting, electronics and gadgets from off-grid or off-peak sources.
Our goal is to also ensure that no home is left behind - solutions are low cost, easy to install and mass market - suitable for flats, houses and communities.
At Moixa we have developed various solutions:
Our Moixa Energy Battery company launched the award winning USBCELL battery category - that are a range of intelligent batteries that can self-charge via a USB low power port without the need for a seperate or mains charger. Batteries can also be used as store loyalty or promotions with embedded marketing discount codes or back-up data for Camera and Phone OEM applications.
Our Moixa Technology company has developed a range of Home Energy solutions that provide smart energy monitoring, easy to install microgeneration and storage, and provide efficient power via smart DC Hubs, DC micronets which can re-use household wiring to power lights or provide smart DC sockets for appliances.
We undertake a range of R&D activities in cleantech, renewable and energy efficient technologies and are leading and involved in several collaborative R&D Grants and projects such as:
- Building Banter - Collaborative R&D project into energy efficiency in commercial buildings
- European Trials of Moixa energy systems