Sprinkle establishes Blockhomes Burundi for energy and knowledge development

Today Sprinkle opened Blockhomes Burundi, a subsidiary company specializing in Renewable Energy and Affordable Living in Africa. Blockhomes Burundi will electrify and develop previously non-electrified areas, starting with Kabonga in southern Burundi. Blockhomes Burundi combines several local sources of renewable energy with a smart grid. This enables the system to supply both reliable power and a healthy scalability. As Blockhomes

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Customers rush to Blockhomes in Burundi

Last week Blockhomes electrification project in Burundi opened up for registration of customers. The team visited the homes of potential customers in the Kabonga area, where the first power plant for renewable energy will be built to serve the local population. The area has never had access to electricity before.   Many people joined the

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Economic hubbing based on Blockchain in the Heart of Africa

The Swedish company Blockhomes develop affordable modern high-tech housing combined with self-sufficient renewable energy systems. As this combination have advantages in developing remote areas that has never been electrified before, Blockhomes has now started to establish a business in Burundi, East Africa. Burundi is located in East Africa. Just west of Tanzania at the northern

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Ihomes will give street children a roof over their heads

As Aktiebladet reported earlier, the Swedish company Blockhomes has a cooperation with the government of Burundi, which will provide the countryside with renewable electricity. The assignment also includes the sub-project ihomes.  Since Burundi’s history is lined with both war and genocide, the country today has many street children who have lost their family and do

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Blockhomes AB helps to provide Burundi with renewable electricity

Today Blockhomes AB announced that a project will be launched in collaboration with the documentary filmmaker and journalist Peter Rinaldo to provide the rural areas of Burundi, East Africa, with renewable energy. Today, 95 percent of the rural population in Burundi lacks electricity, which impedes both economic development and the reconstruction of a war-torn country.

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