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E-Flow is the Winner of International Project Become a Changemaker

E-flow is a startup that aims to create a system to create sustainable and affordable energy with the help of artificial intelligence. Optimizing electricity consumption for the business sector is one of the priority keys to reduce costs, while overconsumption is a global problem and has a negative impact on the climate.

With the help of their product, which includes a software and hardware system, in factories, offices and public recreational spaces and everywhere where there is excess consumption of electricity, it is possible to reduce consumption by up to 40%, as well as to accumulate and reuse energy.

E-flow was created within the framework of the international project, Become a changemaker, create a smart and sustainable community, which aimed to form a community of young people interested in sustainable innovation. The project brought together 26 young people from Germany, Georgia and Armenia with the ambition and desire to create digital, innovative and sustainable solutions for rural communities.

Within the framework of the project, with the support of qualified trainers and mentors, five projects, including E-flow, were created, the goals of which are to create sustainable development solutions for rural communities.

For ten months, the project teams participated in various activities, including a hackathon focused on sustainable innovation, online and offline workshops and workshops in Germany and Georgia to learn about Informatsa project management, prototyping, crowdfunding, smart villages, social entrepreneurship and sustainable rural development.

In the month of December, the project teams presented the final products and prototypes to the members of the international jury, as a result of which E-flow was selected as the winner of the Become a Changemaker project. As a reward, the E-flow team will receive the opportunity to participate in a one-month business mentorship program organized by partner organizations.