We are a team
of passionate engineers and community builders. We bring extensive knowledge of infrastructure development and sustainable energy generation together with social entrepreneurship to develop the future.
Owner, Co-Founder, Co CEO
Victor has been the developer and developer of the concept and vision since 2014 at Case Study for a project in the Congo and from there together with Moran and friends initiates the transition to full, local and independent cleantech infrastructure for communities.
Owner, Co-Founder Director of ecosystem development
Moran comes with extensive experience in leading educational and leadership processes among young entrepreneurs By giving them the tools for personal development through group collaborations and knowing the ecosystem for the various areas of interest.
Dr. Dan Sagie
Chief scientist of major Israeli VC, former Chief Scientist of major energy corp
Shimon's network of contacts in the international and Israeli market brings the company to significant business expansion
What we do
Without integration between infrastructure systems, resources are lost, efficiency decreases, and costs increase.
The need for integrated solutions is now widely acknowledged, with particular recognition for the importance and potential of integration between water, energy, and food infrastructure (the WEF Nexus).
Our goal is to replace the old model of centralized infrastructure with the next generation of decentralized & distributed infrastructure.
The problems of the new age resulting from population growth and density, scarcity of resources, cost of living, and congestion on the transmission infrastructure.
We are integrating off-grid containerized infrastructure into one system called INFRABOX for self-sustained communities.
Our product will: Generate more resources by moving infrastructure locally, Minimize resource loss and waste by re-using all resources in a circular economy model, climate-smart by minimizing carbon emissions and pollutive elements through renewable energy and Maximize land use and cost efficiency through our MULTIGRID software.
If we want to fully meet the infrastructure challenges of the 21st Century, we need a fundamentally new vision that approaches the problem from a truly holistic perspective.
Village-in-a-Box enables self-sufficient, zero-carbon communities.
We call these five dimensions of infrastructure 5DI: water, energy, food, wastewater, and waste.
Village-in-a-Box aims to provide solutions to all these dimensions in one plug & play package.
Creating a local ecosystem by
Infrastructure is the prosperity engine of economies, we believe that it should be, green, productive, cost-effective, and accessible to all.
We provide a holistic & controlled infrastructure box of green renewable energy infrastructures, which come as a kit that can be shipped internationally.
Our product begins with a client’s vision, We design self-sustaining infrastructure grids through our proprietary Grid Design Software. Variables such as the size of your community, the goals of your development, demographics, and other wish list items are all taken into account. What you get are the plans for a fully integrated, self-sustainable and zero-waste infrastructure.
Our grids are circular and self-sustained; the output from one system is the input for another. This leads to synergies, savings, and sustainability.
Once the grid design is complete, vision must lead to creation. Alongside our partners, we construct and develop the entire infrastructure package for communities, containing everything that is needed for human life.
Water is recycled through decentralized wastewater treatment plants and constructed wetlands, alongside the collection of rainwater and other sources of water as necessary. This provides hot water for community use, and water for irrigation.
Food is supplied through vertical farming and indoor hydroponics grown in climate-controlled conditions, where power needs are low and flexible.
Energy is generated through a combination of decentralized, fully renewable energy sources with off-grid applicability (such as solar, wind, and biogas), and stored through a combination of electric and thermal batteries.
Waste-to-Energy systems pump wastewater and organic waste into anaerobic digestion reactors to provide biogas for cooking, electricity, and heat in order to light and power homes.Any remaining waste is recycled through composting, while separate recycling of paper, glass, and metal takes place on-site.
We provide the means to maintain the future with our proprietary
Grid Management Software
The system constantly monitors all elements of the infrastructure in real-time. Using sophisticated, AI-powered technology our system will optimize resource usage, identify any issues, alert maintenance teams as required, and engage backup systems almost instantaneously to ensure no loss of service to residents.