Orange and Camusat contract with Apollo Solar for pure solar energy systems

A case study in cost reduction and greenhouse gas elimination

Read this article to learn:

  • The disadvantages of reliance on diesel to power cell sites
  • How Apollo Solar has achieved 100% uptime since September 2012 across a portfolio of now 1,032 sites
  • Quantifying greenhouse gas avoidance: reducing CO2 emissions by almost 110,000 metric tons over 72 months
  • A TCO comparison of using pure solar versus diesel gensets to power remote cell sites

Apollo Solar designs and manufactures energy systems for Remote Mobile Telecom Towers.  Starting in September 2012, Camusat has installed these systems on towers owned by Orange.  With over 1,000 systems now running, some for the entire six-year period, the results in terms of reliability, cost, battery life and greenhouse gas avoidance are statistically significant.  The…

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