edotco goes beyond steel and grass in Myanmar

The towerco on its decision to manage power to drive operational efficiency and improve engagement with stakeholders

Read this article to learn:

  • Details on edotco and Ooredoo energy deal
  • The benefits of including energy services for towercos
  • edotco’s footmark and future plans in Myanmar

Last February, Asian infrastructure leader edotco took over Ooredoo’s energy assets in 1,250 tower across Myanmar. After a successful touchdown, the company decided to acquire all those energy assets and is now managing the power supply and maintenance for all the tenants on the towers. The decision is driving operational efficiency, adding value to their…

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