Harald Oswin is an Applied Mathematics concentrator at Harvard University who is based in the Republic of South Africa. His interests are entrepreneurship, statistics, design, technology, finance and politics. He believes entrepreneurship will be the key turbine for development in the developing countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America. For that reason, he would love to create socially conscious enterprises to ameliorate the lives of the less well-off. The team plans to develop the Geyser Flicker in order to provide a low cost, context-specific solution for low-middle income homes that are trying to manage their electricity consumption. They aim to use this as a platform to create even more low-cost entrepreneurial breakthroughs for people on the African sub-continent and beyond.