Based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Peppermint Clean Energy is a cleantech startup developing the Forty2, an integrated solar “Utility in a Box” – powerful enough to run an emergency disaster-relief medical facility, compact enough to be carried by a child. The Forty2, with a name that pays homage to The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’s Answer of the [...]
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The world’s off-grid population – who are also the world’s poorest – not only rely on dirty and unsafe sources for their energy needs (kerosene for lighting, charcoal for cooking), but they are also paying a much higher price for energy needs than their grid-connected counterparts. We’ve seen a number of off-grid projects respond to [...]