Drawing on Panasonic’s global competencies to create a new ESCO solution

Panasonic and PowerOasis launch a new ESCO focused on energy use at wireless sites

Read this article to learn:

  • How Panasonic has structured their relationship with partner PowerOasis
  • What drove Panasonic to choose to enter the ESCO space
  • Why mobile network operators are the biggest consumers of power solutions in the USA
  • How an opex-based pricing structure allows operators to invest in long term energy efficiencies

Combining competencies in the lithium ion battery market and the in-flight entertainment sector might not jump out as an immediate fit for many, but Panasonic has taken their expertise in these diverse areas and created a new ESCO offering which aims to utilise sophisticated techniques to dramatically reduce power consumption for telecoms towers. Buoyed by…

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