Reon Energy leverages solar to improve the efficiency and reliability of Pakistan’s cell sites
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Reon Energy leverages solar to improve the efficiency and reliability of Pakistan’s cell sites

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Renewable Energy wing of DH Corp has already deployed 2MW of solar energy to 250 cell sites

Electricity grid outages average four hours per day in metropolitan Pakistan, rising to 12 hours in rural areas. The country’s MNOs are spending a quarter of their OpEx on energy management. This makes Pakistan an ideal target market for renewable energy and energy storage suppliers, and for ESCOs. TowerXchange spoke to Salman Khalili, Head of Telco at Reon Energy, Pakistan’s leading renewable energy provider, which is a subsidiary of DH Corp, the largest private group in the country, and a partner of edotco.

TowerXchange: Please introduce Reon Energy Solutions to our readers.

Salman Khalili, Head of Telco, Reon Energy:

Established in 2012, Reon Energy is Pakistan’s fastest growing and the largest national solar installer for commercial and industrial clients, with 30MW of delivered and ongoing solar power plants.


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