Princeton Power Systems goes global

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. – Princeton Power Systems has expanded its presence to Africa with products to help with the construction of that continent’s largest solar microgrid to provide power for up to 5,000 residents of the island Annobon.

The company manufactures the energy products at its facility in Lawrenceville. Those items are being used to create the power grid in Annobon.

The company was founded by Princeton University graduate Darren Hammell. The company began as an idea in 2001 that won the school’s Business Plan Contest. The company also has its products in use in Europe and the Caribbean.

Source: NJBIZ

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