Chris Moller is the Director of Evonet Energy. Since October 2015, he has been a Research Visitor at the Open University in Milton Keynes, researching Renewable Energy in the Developing World.

His current projects are:

He is a member of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)'s Low-Voltage DC Systems Committee, developing standards for off-grid and unconventional electricity supplies. In this, he is one of the representatives of the UK National Standards Committee (BSI GEL/50).

He also sits on the IEC's TC82 Technical Committee on standards for solar photovotaics, and on BSI's GEL/82 Mirror Committee.

He is the Treasurer of a Vocational College in Ghana, where among other things, Electrical Installation is taught.

He is the Organiser of the Cottenham Repair Café in his home village, and a member of the Cambridge Area Co-ordinating Committee (he has also organised Repair Cafés in Ghana)