Claro develops the largest private renewable energy generation project in Brazil
The operator seeks efficiency and cost reduction through renewable energy investment and infrastructure sharing
Reducing energy consumption is one of the main corporate priorities for Claro in Brazil and the company has started an ambitious auto generation initiative to reduce its operational cost and improve efficiencies. The operator has already developed nine green energy plants to power its operations and when the initiative is completed, 80% of its total energy consume will be sustainably auto-generated by the MNO. TowerXchange has spoken with João Pedro Correia Neves, Director of Financial Support to find out about the project’s details and discuss Claro’s infrastructure strategy in the country.
TowerXchange: João Pedro, could you please introduce your role at Claro Brasil?
João Pedro Correia Neves, Director of Financial Support, Claro Brasil:
My role consists in offering financial support to our technical operations, marketing and customer care as well as managing payments for our infrastructure fees.