ColdHubs shortlisted for Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation

ColdHubs CEO, Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu have been shortlisted for Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation by the UK Royal Academy of Engineering. ColdHubs was adjudged to:  “Bring much reliable technology to the farmers and local vendors as it uses solar and battery technology to preserve vegetables and fruits, and it is cost effective, and has a short term and long term benefit for society”. Furthermore, ColdHubs was said to be a “credible, well thought out idea which meets a clear need. The design looks robust and fit for purpose and has been implanted”.

ColdHubs CEO, Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu have been shortlisted for Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation by the UK Royal Academy of Engineering. ColdHubs was adjudged to:

 “Bring much reliable technology to the farmers and local vendors as it uses solar and battery technology to preserve vegetables and fruits, and it is cost effective, and has a short term and long term benefit for society”.

Furthermore, ColdHubs was said to be a “credible, well thought out idea which meets a clear need. The design looks robust and fit for purpose and has been implanted”.