IPT PowerTech add Guinea Conakry and Lebanon to their ESCO portfolio

How the world’s largest T-ESCO is going from strength to strength

Read this article to learn:

  • Who IPT PowerTech are
  • Details of their recently signed ESCO projects in Guinea Conakry and Lebanon
  • How their guaranteed savings contracts have evolved in Nigeria
  • IPT PowerTech’s attitude to working with third party equipment providers
  • How IPT PowerTech envisage the ESCO investment landscape evolving

IPT PowerTech, the world’s largest T-ESCO, operates the energy equipment across four countries with the largest number of ESCO sites worldwide. Established in the 1990s, IPT is also a managed service and energy equipment provider with a presence in 11 countries in Africa, South East Asia and the Middle East. TowerXchange speak to IPT PowerTech’s…

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