IPT PowerTech: the evolution from product provider to one stop shop and now ESCO

Creating a single point of accountability and selling energy by the kWh demands faith in people, products and services

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  • Creating a single point of accountability through the combination of power products and managed services
  • Meeting the challenge of energy efficiency at unreliable grid and off grid sites in Myanmar
  • Developing and scaling a zero-capex, ESCO proposition
  • The two different energy efficiency investment strategies employed by African towercos

When and how should power system providers invest in overhead and back their products with an end to end service proposition? And when should they supplement that proposition with zero-capex, ESCO business models? This is a journey IPT PowerTech have taken over the last 20 years: their business model has evolved as fast as the…

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