More than one billion people, or 20% of the world’s population, live without electricity. Vast rural areas in Africa and Asia are without power, limiting access to education, health, safety, and social mobility.
Juice Box is an open energy system concept that allows people to capture energy from multiple sources, store and transport it to where it is needed and power devices, even in the most remote locations.
Designed to be flexible, Juice Box supports multiple energy sources—from the electrical grid, solar, car battery, or even kinetic. It is the vision for a simple device that gives people, regardless of where they live, safe and reliable access to much-needed electrical power.
2014 Red Dot Award Winner, 2014 IxDA Award Finalist, 2013 IxDA Award Finalist
Project at Artefact 2013
Team included Lulu Mills, Benoit Collette, Matthew Jordan, Fernd van Engelen