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What a better partner than a research laboratory specialised in electricity for an electricity based startup?

Electrify Network is proud to announce that our team is currently sealing a partnership with QehnA, a research group of the L.S.E (Laboratory of Electrical Systems) of ENIT (National Engineering School of Tunis).

QehnA is a research group laboratory dedicated to electrical systems. At the head of this laboratory, a brilliant team, committed to improve the development of society through research and innovation.

Reasons behind this partnership…

We share the same objectives of improving electric power, as well as addressing the critical challenges in solar energy and storage systems as key parts of micro grids.

For this reason, we decided to unite our efforts for the development of the Electrify Network smart hub and the implementation of its smart micro grid solution. Working together hand in hand with QehnA will help us increase our speed in order to launch our smart hub. Exchange of expertise and knowledge as well as grasping the opportunity to be part of the change that both QehnA and Electrify Network will be bringing. …


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Original photo by Xavier Coiffic on Unsplash [Edited by Electrify Network]

In the previous emPower Africa article, we talked about how Africa is trembling its way to economic growth, and we came to the conclusion of developing the energy sector being Africa’s ticket to economic and social prosperity, or more properly a better Africa, and that a better Africa would only happen if both government and investors unite efforts to develop the continent’s huge electricity capacity/need.

Now this might seem very difficult — some would even think it’s impossible — I mean: we’re talking about a continent with 600 million people who lack access to electricity — that’s insane!

Well, hold on “pessimistic” people, we have thought of you! Because in this article we are bringing-up a success story inside Africa: the Mauritius miracle or “how to make a big success of a small economy”. …


[ In this article we are going to talk about why we are implementing the blockchain technology in the energy sector]

Written by Wejden Khachaa

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ENERGY; that magical intangible element, whose access is fundamental to fulfilling basic social needs, driving economic growth and fueling human development, should primarily be considered as a human right: Every living person on EARTH is a “stockholder” of its natural fortunes, air, water and most definitely, energy!

However, what we refer to now as “modern energy”; electricity, natural gas, modern cooking fuel and mechanical power, is being industrialized, then merchandised in forms of services adhered to a standardized and centralized model of distribution. …


In this article we are going to talk about why we’ve chosen to fully invest in green energy.

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Written by Wejden Khachaa

Starting with facts, in the last 50 years, we’ve managed to double our population, triple the amount of food and water we use, and quadruple the use of fossil fuels derived products. Vast quantities of fossil fuels have been used to power the economy and deliver unprecedented affluence to huge numbers of people, a population that is expected to reach ten billion by the end of the decade according to the UN predictions.

For that matter, a universal question is arising: How is the world going to cope with this ever growing man-made global warming? especially that the greenhouse effect we are experiencing goes up roughly in proportion to the total amount of carbon dioxide that global society emits — cumulatively.And besides, how are we going to manage covering our energy needs, as global population continues to grow, and that the limited amount of fossil fuels already begun to diminish? …

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Electrify Network

A Blockchain startup that operates in the energy generation and trading fields: Reach the highest possible electrification rates, and help advance humanity.

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