Power provisioning in Myanmar to meet SLAs with zero or unstable grid

How towercos are rising to the challenge; future opportunities for ESCOs

Read this article to learn:

  • What is the typical power set up on a site in Myanmar
  • Current realities in operating and providing power
  • Challenges with the ESCO model from a towerco perspective
  • Opportunities for power suppliers and ESCOs
  • Towerco’s perspective on investing in power solutions

In 2014, two new operators entered the Myanmar market. The model for both Norway-based Telenor and Qatar-based Ooredoo was to outsource tower building to independent towercos. In phase one and two of the rollout Telenor required their towercos to acquire and operate power systems whilst Ooredoo retained ownership of their energy assets and did not…

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