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TowerXchange’s ESCO Roundtable Borderless is brought to you in partnership with Orange, the world’s leading partner for ESCOs, and pioneer of the model in Africa, and Camusat, a leading ESCO. We thank our speakers and sponsors for making the ESCO Roundtable Borderless possible.

 

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Speakers:

Hervé Suquet, CTIO, Orange


Siphile Sibaya, Infrastructure and Facilities, MTN Group


Thibaut de Rodellec, Deputy CEO, Camusat


Kadri Hakim, Co-CEO, i-eng


Gabriel Bou Gebrael, General Manager – Telecom Services, IPT PowerTech


Matthew Edwards, Head of Research, EMEA, TowerXchange

Lead sponsors:

Camusat

In 40 years Camusat has become one of the market leaders in the implementation of telecom infrastructures and one of the most experienced network developers in the world with over 2.900 employees across five continents. Expert on 5 business lines (telecom site construction and installation, power systems & renewable energy, active equipment installation, fixed and fiber networks deployment and managed services.) Camusat Group fully support the constant evolving telecom actors’ needs, building quality telecom network infrastructures, and preparing the ground for the deployment of future communication technologies.

At the end of 2017, Camusat launched a new activity through its in-house investment vehicle Aktivco. This investment vehicle along with Camusat’s worldwide operational capacity is answering the telecom sector’s need to outsource its energy infrastructure. Aktivco holds and manages energy assets over a long period, thus allowing telecom operators to focus on their core business. Already leader in Africa with more than 2,500 telecom sites under Esco model, Aktivco plan to deploy 10,000 sites by 2022.

Flawless execution, quality services and innovative solutions developed by R&D department allow Camusat Group to meet their stakeholders’ objectives.

www.camusat.com

IPT PowerTech

IPT PowerTech Group is a leading full-fledged energy systems integrator, and complete energy-efficient solutions provider; offering the Largest portfolio of customized telecom hybrid solutions worldwide with advanced inhouse solutions development and manufacturing capabilities.

IPT Powertech Group is also a complete telecom infrastructure solutions provider combining telecom services expertise with managed services proficiencies with more than 4,500 specialists on board across Middle East, Africa and South East Asia.

Through our unique model, coupling our innovation in energy savings solutions along with our telecom infrastructure services expertise we have developed to become the largest T-ESCO globally with more than 10,000 sites under full management, where power is sold as a service on full or partial OPEX model basis.

www.iptpowertech.com

ieng Group

Established in 2007, ieng Group is a leading provider of EPC and O&M services for the telecom and power industries in Africa and Emerging Markets. The Group has operations in 18 countries in Africa and Asia and employs 2,000 full-time employees.

The Group established CREI (Communication and Renewable Energy Infrastructure) as its investment arm that develops, owns and operates a portfolio of renewable energy assets across Africa and Emerging Markets. Leveraging on the reputation, operational/ technical expertise and network of ieng Group, CREI aims to become a leading player in the ESCO Industry. The firm believes in reducing environmental impact and saving on CO2 emissions by deploying more energy-efficient power solutions thus providing a valuable alternative to operators that seek to outsource their power generation requirements.

www.ieng-group.com

Co Sponsor:

Caban Systems

Caban Systems, headquartered in Silicon Valley, is a technology company focused on designing and manufacturing lithium-ion energy storage solutions for the telecom industry. Our connected platform delivers real-time remote management optimized to provide clean and reliable power for bad-grid, off-grid, and multi-tenants in co-located sites. It’s propriety design enables a reduction of up to 85% in operational costs by eliminating diesel and minimizing maintenances. Caban operates a manufacturing line in California and has operations throughout in LatAm, North America and the MEA.

www.cabansystems.com/us

Media partners:

Alliance for Rural Electrification

ARE is an international business as- sociation representing the decentralised energy sector working towards the integration of renewables into rural electrification markets in developing and emerging countries. It serves as a platform for sharing knowledge and best-practices and is a privileged partner of stakeholders in the energy field who want to engage the private sector. ARE is also a private sector focal point for lead- ing organisations such as OFID and the Africa-EU Energy Partnership.

www.ruralelec.org

Inside Towers

Inside Towers is a media outlet serving the wireless infrastructure industry. Its digital newsletter’s coverage is extensive and delivered straight to your inbox at 6 a.m. each day. Its veteran editorial staff provides breaking, relevant and actionable news regarding data centers, macro towers, 5G, DAS and small cells, in-building, emerging technologies and so much more. 

With 20+ media partnerships, Inside Towers is able to cover key industry events, so you stay up to speed. Tens of thousands of subscribers, web users and social media followers rely on Inside Towers, day in and day out, to stay ahead of the curve in this fast-paced industry. Inside Towers also offers a tower database powered by OneVizion, that leverages and organizes FCC data and a telecom directory, Tower-Pro.com, where you can search over 3,500 company listings by name, category or location.


What’s in it for you to attend?

To discuss sponsorship of future webinars, contact Commercial Director, Sarah Kerr on +44 7714 775700 or email skerr@towerxchange.com. 

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