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Footprint Project Deploys Mobile Solar Trailers to Provide Electricity for Black Cultural Zone Event

by Ernest Harry
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Footprint Project, an energy supply assistance team, deployed T5 mobile solar trailers to provide electricity for the Black Cultural Zone Akoma Outdoor Market event in East Oakland.


Minneapolis,MN (Merxwire) – The global climate continues to deteriorate, making countries gradually pay attention to environmental protection and start solar energy conversion actions. The energy supply team Footprint Project cooperates with research, education and training institutions. The recycled solar panels are installed on a new solar trailers and the solar generator trailers are used to provide energy supply for disaster areas or areas with energy needs.

Recently, Footprint Project deployed T5 solar trailers at the Black Cultural Zone Akoma Outdoor Market event in East Oakland, to provide power to speakers and make cultural exchange activities more dynamic. The T5 trailer was previously used for telephone charging stations, lighting, and cooling in emergency and non-emergency events. This assistance activity provides speaker power supply and will be used in future assistance projects.

Footprint Project will continue to support these organizations in the time of long overdue social justice. With increased support and participation from local volunteers and its national network, the Footprint Project team will work to provide power to organizations and communities that raise social awareness and preserve the culture of black communities.

About Footprint Project:

Footprint Project’s mission is to help #BuildBackGreener after disasters by providing cleaner energy to communities in crisis. We dispatch mobile solar stations to power disaster first response and support long-term, resilient recovery. We help relief groups integrate sustainable technologies into their missions through hands-on training, design, and deployment support. In 2020, Footprint Project has deployed mobile solar stations to the earthquakes in Puerto Rico, tornadoes in Tennessee, a COVID-19 clinic on the US/Mexico border, and the Minneapolis justice movement, providing direct access to emergency solar recharging for over 13,000 US citizens affected by disasters.

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