Wind takes off for telecom power
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Wind takes off for telecom power

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Ryse Energy have installed wind power on 400 telecoms sites, and have POCs worldwide. Is wind power for telecoms poised for take-off?

Ryse Energy is a proven supplier of wind power to the telecom sector where few other turbine suppliers have made inroads with the industry. In this interview TowerXchange speakers with Managing Director Alistair Munro about how Ryse Energy has made wind power work in Latin America, how it interacts with new sites and existing sites and the savings made possible by including wind power in a hybridised power system.

TowerXchange: Ryse Energy was formed out of a few different firms, what can you tell us about the firm’s history and origins?

Alistair Munro, Managing Director, Ryse Energy:

My background is in international large scale power and water projects, but from the 2000s I ended up involved in some power projects in Africa where it became self-evident that centralised power wasn’t working.


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