Energy priorities for sub-Saharan African MNOs and towercos

Insights from Vodafone, Helios Towers Africa and Towerco of Madagascar

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  • What is the low hanging fruit in improving cell site energy efficiency
  • How the true ROI of energy equipment needs to be validated
  • To what extent renewables are competitive in powering base stations
  • Limitations to the ESCO business model and how these can be addressed

The second afternoon of the TowerXchange Meetup Africa & Middle East turned its attention to key considerations and solutions when managing cell site power. From tackling the low hanging fruit on existing infrastructure, to the widescale deployment of new technologies and the potential and limitations of the ESCO model. Understanding your energy consumption profile For…

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