MTN’s energy use, GHG performance and carbon reduction plans

How Africa’s largest operator is addressing climate change

Read this article to learn:

  • Greenhouse gas emissions by the ICT sector and how these are forecast to change
  • The myriad of factors motivating telecoms companies to reduce their emissions
  • Emissions by different areas of MTN’s business
  • How MTN is working to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions
  • Concerns over towerco owned sites used by MTN
  • MTN’s search for partners to tackle their carbon footprint

With MTN’s total greenhouse gas emissions increasing and 84% of emissions originating from their communications networks, the operator’s technology, sustainability and network property teams joined the 2018 TowerXchange Meetup Africa to engage with the tower industry and energy supply chain to address the issue. TowerXchange shares the vision presented by Zakhiya Rehman from MTN Group’s…

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