E.On invests in energy efficiency start-up Enervee

As part of its co-investment activities, E.On is acquiring a stake in U.S. energy efficiency start-up Enervee.

Founded in 2012, Enervee provides a platform on which consumers can make more energy-efficient choices when it comes to household appliances, devices and electronics.

Enervee does this via a comprehensive scoring process that constantly compares the efficiency of the product in question with all those in the category. This intuitive efficiency score — the Enervee Score — is then combined with other data such as popularity and reviews, enabling consumers to better and more easily choose the products that are best for the home, their wallet and the environment.

With this investment, E.On is expanding its venture capital activities further. To date, the company has invested in twelve start-ups across the U.S. and Europe.

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