"There are over 18,000 families on the Navajo Reservation that do not have electricity. This new relationship with Humless is just a beginning," stated Dory Peters, President of Big Navajo Energy.
Humless fills a unique market segment on the Navajo Nation that can deploy an alternative renewable energy source in the most remote areas on the reservation. The Navajo Nation is located in northwestern New Mexico, northeastern Arizona and southeastern Utah the territory covers 27,425 square miles roughly the size of West Virginia. “It is very difficult to access power of any sort on parts of our reservation the generators that Humless is going to offer will provide a welcome solution for our people.” Stated Dory Peters.
BNE is in a unique position to provide an alternative source of renewable energy that can be deployed within 90 days to provide immediate electricity to remote locations at a low cost for sustainable clean energy.
As Navajo Chief Manuelito's once said, "We see the Whites have farms, plows...here, as Navajo's, we have nothing. Go, learn about education, and one day, we will have things as the white men have it."
About Big Navajo Energy -
BNE’s mission is to provide competitive, low-cost renewable energy to Native Americans across the United States and globally. BNE is certified as a priority one business by the Navajo Nation Business Regulatory Department Office located in St. Michael’s, AZ. BNE tag line is “Native Touch – Global Reach”
For more information about Big Navajo Energy, contact Dory Peters (928) 235-1997 or firstname.lastname@example.org - www.bignavajoenergy.com . For more information regarding Humless, contact Malcolm Evans (801) 319-2423 or email@example.com or St. John Holloway (801) 922-0979 or firstname.lastname@example.org – www.humless.com.