Last Friday, we performed our first installation on the tribal land of the Ramapough Lunaape Nation in Mahwah, NJ. BoxOne (as we’ve been calling it) will sustainably power certain key activities of the tribe’s Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp, which was opened last October to educate the public about the environmental risks of continued fossil fuel consumption and raise awareness about the Pilgrim Pipeline — a proposal that, if completed, would carry crude and refined oil within a half-mile of the Ramapough Nation’s land, posing a threat to the tribe’s main source of water. BoxPower is proud to play a small part in a noble effort to protect the land and water of Lenapehoking—the land of the Lunaape people — and beyond. The installation attracted some media attention, so here’s a round-up of the press coverage it got:
We are thrilled announce the launch of our new website—www.boxpower.io. Right now, you’ll be able to find more information about our customizable containerized renewable energy systems, our mission, target markets, partners, and team. On our blog, you’ll get an inside look at what we’re working on here at BoxPower, as well as the stories that inspire us in our mission. We believe that access to clean, affordable energy shouldn’t depend on who you are or where you live, and we’ll be sharing content true to this vision.
Over the coming weeks and months, we’ll be incorporating a detailed FAQ, an interactive quote tool, and more to our site. We hope that you come back often to see our progress, and please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
The BoxPower Team