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Over 4 Million Farmers in Egypt depend mainly on diesel generators to get water up for farming the desert
Fuel price is raising in Egypt year by year with high rate .
Fuel handling to the desert is consuming money, effort and time
The rate of air pollution is increasing annually with side effect on the plant life due to using fossil fuel in the diesel generator .
Askova introduce innovated small wind that can operate at low wind speed .
Easy installation and maintenance
Operating for more than 17 hrs. Per day
Generate electricity with effective cost
Easy to connect with any existing pump in the farm
It doesn't occupy a large space
We offer our innovative wind turbines to the agriculture, industrial, and residential sectors: giving electricity consumers a better, cheaper and cleaner alternative to conventional energy. We believe that Egypt should move towards a sustainable environment to realize its full potential moving towards energy independence
PhD student, MSc in wind Energy
MSc student in wind Energy
Bsc of Business
Representative of Askova in Turkey
2019-03-29 – Hult Prize Pumps EGP 1 Million In ASKOVA
2019-03-29 – Ye! Awards Egypt
Egypt’s Askova just snagged EGP 1,000,000 on Friday, June 1st from this year’s Hult Prize, which had a them to harness the power of energy; focusing on three Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), zero hunger, decent work and economic growth, industry, innovation, and infrastructure. Askova, as well as the second runner up, Wastelizer, will head to Hult's accelerator in in Ashridge Castle, in England, for six weeks. "The acceleration period is divided into 6 phases, and after each phase there is a filtration process according to commitment and progress," Hult Prize Egypt's National Director Amr Mashaly tells Startup Scene ME. "The top teams who will make it to the final phase will get the chance to pitch one last time in September at the UN headquarter for the chance of winning $1 million."