Qorax taps local networks and existing supply chains in challenging environments to rapidly get distributed energy products to the places they are needed most.
Qorax (pronounced “ko-rah”) is a distributed energy product channel that taps hidden growth markets globally. Through locally branded subsidiaries, we sell a range of high quality energy products and services and build a brand around world class after-sales support. Our core competency of leveraging local expertise and business channels allows us to deliver distributed energy solutions quickly and reliably.
Rallying organizational and technical experience to drive job growth and promote clean tech.
Abdishakur is currently pursuing a Master of Engineering Management (MEM) from Gollis University. He earned certificates in Electronic Information Engineering and Mandarin Chinese from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China and a BA in Finance from Abaarso Tech University in Hargeisa, Somaliland. He speaks English, Somali, Arabic, and Chinese.
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Nicolas earned a BA in English from Amherst College and is currently completing a Master in City Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he concentrates on social investments and impact metrics. He is a fellow at the Legatum Center for Development & Entrepreneurship and The MasterCard Foundation.
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In addition to his work with Qorax, Nigel is a Senior Associate with Brightfields LLC, a renewable energy firm that redevelops contaminated land with utility-scale solar projects in the United States.
Nigel received a BA from Amherst College, where he studied the material science and system design of photovoltaics and polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells. He is an Echoing Green Fellow and a recipient of the Harold Grinspoon Entrepreneurship Award.
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He has consulted on and directed socio-environmental and sanitation projects in Brazil and Angola. Between 2010 and 2012, he worked for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), initially serving in Cambodia, and most recently at the FAO headquarters in Italy.
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Mr. Pedersen is a regular speaker on redevelopment issues at the Boston University School of Management as well as at several trade and educational forums. Mr. Pedersen graduated from Amherst College, magna cum laude, and the University of Chicago Law School.
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Ayanda earned a BA in Economics and Black Studies from Amherst College.
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Eric received a BS from Cornell University in Materials Science and a PhD in Polymer Science and Technology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Eric works full-time as the Technology Evaluation Specialist at MIT’s D-Lab, where identifies technologies that can be brought to scale for positive social impact.
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Enersom is Qorax's subsidiary in Somaliland + Somalia. It distributes high quality energy consumer products and provides world class after-sales support. From solar lanterns to low-consumption lightbulbs to efficient charcoal cookstoves, we equip the whole household with products that save Somali consumers money.
Qorax Energy is a creative and dynamic partner as we combat Somaliland’s high unemployment and high costs of electricity.
Qorax Energy’s approach presents great opportunity for the people of Somaliland.
Qorax’s efforts coincide with the Ministry of Energy’s plans to guide the utilization of solar power and support the Somaliland government’s environmental goals.
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