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, and recipient of the 2017 Princeton Tiger Entrepreneur Award.

Angelo graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University in 2016, where he designed an independent major combining civil engineering and anthropology, with a focus on renewable energy technologies and business models for rural electrification. He can often be found climbing rocks and playing music.

Venture: BoxPower is a leading provider of plug and play solar energy solutions worldwide, offering best-in-class engineering, components, and workmanship to meet the needs of residential, community, commercial, and agricultural applications. BoxPower’s modular systems can be sized from as little as 3.5kW and as much as 528kW. From rural homes and farms in California to community microgrid projects in Alaska and disaster recovery in Puerto Rico, BoxPower offers clean, reliable, and affordable energy anywhere.