Flexenclosure: Optimising the relationship between towercos and hybrid systems suppliers

Integrating monitoring and management, access control, maintenance, asset, inventory and HR management in an end to end managed service

Read this article to learn:

  • How to structure contractual relationships between towercos and hybrid energy companies to create maximum value
  • How the relationship evolves as additional tenants and new equipment are added
  • The pros and cons of capex and zero-capex business models and options in the ‘middle ground’
  • Post-sale installation, maintenance and support

Independent towercos are still a relatively new phenomenon in Africa, and their relationships with critical hybrid energy partners are subject to a wide variety of business models and contractual relationships. David King and Ann Louise Johansson of Flexenclosure, one of Africa’s leading hybrid systems providers, will host a round table at the TowerXchange Meetup in…

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