Founder at BoxPower Inc.
Angelo Campus has spent the last 7 years working on BoxPower and its precursor research projects. He has designed three generations of BoxPower systems, overseen six deployments, and raised over $500k in early-stage funding for BoxPower since incorporating in 2016. Angelo is a 2019 Forbes 30 under 30 list maker, recipient of the 2017 Echoing Green Climate Fellowship, recipient of the 2017 Princeton Tiger Entrepreneur Award and a 2019 Forbes 30 under 30 Social Entrepreneur.
BoxPower was founded in 2016 by Princeton University undergraduate Angelo Campus. Drawing on experiences working in remote locations in Peru, Polynesia, and the Navajo Nation, Angelo saw that the falling prices of solar energy and battery technology could be leveraged to bring clean, affordable energy to off-grid sites, and that shipping containers could be used to bring durable, portable, and scalable systems around the world. Drawing on the expertise of a veteran advisory board and the diverse skills of our team, BoxPower is developing rugged, rapidly deployable energy solutions to replace diesel generators as the world standard for off-grid energy generation.