[…] Energy efficiency was one of the main motivators for two aspiring engineers who, after university graduation, were determined to revolutionize the way energy is consumed and produced in Morocco and rural communities in Africa.

Karim El Alami and Cyril Colin met at UC Berkeley in California, while studying for their double degrees in civil and environmental engineering. Driven to develop a less expensive and more efficient solar technology, the 27-year-old pair designed a software to manage and reduce electricity bills. They called it ELUM […]

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