Improving cell site energy economics with mini-grids

How Ascot Industrial and their partners are working with African MNOs

Read this article to learn:

  • Details of Ascot’s mini-grid project
  • How community engagement was managed
  • What benefits are brought to the operator through connecting the community
  • The scope for such projects in Africa
  • Key challenges in such projects and how Ascot helps address them

Connecting telecom power systems to mini-grids offers an additional layer of infrastructure sharing which can help improve the economics of a cell site. To date, the rollout of such projects in rural Africa has been limited but Ascot Industrial and their partners plan to change this. TowerXchange speak to Ascot Industrial’s Rocco Incardona to learn…

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