The advent of the Energy_net

Internet will merge with water and energy
and free millions of people from poverty.

Why we do it

We create technological solutions powered by clean and renewable energies. They respect and protect the Earth’s ecosystem.

They are conceived through innovative design and unconventional engineering approach. We are inspired by the 4th Industrial Revolution paradigms.

How we do it

It just so happens that we build the most advanced and beautifully designed thermodynamic computer in the world.




What we do

Our mission is to improve global living standards for the most in-need people in the world. We do that by providing solutions to some of the fundamental and global human needs: access to clean water and sanitation, free-energy and connectivity.

Our primarily product is not necessarily water or electricity, but people’s happiness and well being.


Information merges with water and energy

Thousands of units of Watly in connection between them, create the Energy_net. This is the real energy smart grid and internet of things everybody has been waiting for: information merges with water and energy. A single unit of Watly generates services to communities of about 3000 people. Each unit is scalable and versatile so that any possibile configuration is feasible as well as any power-output (>3000 people and beyond).

The idea of the ‘Energy_net’ grasps the truly transformational potential of combining vital and basic resources into a self-supporting ecosystem. Energy_net refers to a solar powered smartgrid behaving like the Internet but where information technology merges together with electricity and water.

Contrary to Internet, the Energy_net generates the same very power it needs to function. The Energy_net will “terraform” the harshest and farthest places of the Earth establishing new cities where there is nothing today. The Energy_net is the real IoT, that can be built where there is not Internet and where there are not things. The Energy_net will free million of people from poverty.


• It generates electricity and water by using from mega stations.
• It provides low-medium quality commodities and it sells at low price.
• It does not know anything about the customers but the actual brute consumption.
• If the central unit fails the entire grid fails (total black out).


• It generates electricity and water from decentralized and scalable power stations. The are interconnected forming a network.
• It provides high quality products, sold at a premium price.
• It knows everything about the customers, thanks to the use of sensors and intelligent interfaces.
• If a unit fails, other units continue to sustain the grid (like Internet).
• It generates resources with renewable and clean energy technologies.



Communication is essential to the future

Each Watly communicates with the Central Network Management Platform, as well as with other Watly via radio-link, existing networks (3G/4G), and/or satellite connections.
Watly’s Central Network Management Platform can remotely communicate and monitor each unit of Watly in real time from anywhere. It is possible to run checks on the overall system, monitor performances, and change settings of water output (quantity, pH, mineralization level) through an internet connection.


Watly: the “drone-airport-network” in emerging countries.

The concept of being connected to the world should not be limited to that of “connectivity”. Connectivity  refers to the state of being connected to the internet and its virtual data. Connectivity is  also extended to “accessibility” of physical objects such as books, tools, toys or medicines. This consideration is certainly sustaining the drone industry’s recent growth.

Drones are being deployed in the sectors of conservation, agriculture, energy, and emergency services. These applications all involve some degree of automation, whether it be following a pre-determined flight path or homing in on a mobile phone signal. Watly’s location is always identified by unique GPS coordinates; sending and landing a flying drone is something quite easy to do, especially in remote locations where streets have no names.

In addition, since limited battery life is an obstacle that drone companies need to contend with in driving widespread adoption, Watly eliminates the need to pull a drone off of the job when it runs out of energy.