PowerCom: working to boost Namibia’s tower inventory by nearly 50%

Regulator works with country’s first towerco to close infrastructure gap

Read this article to learn:

  • The origin of PowerCom in the Namibia market
  • Who owns what assets on the ground in Namibia and their new build plans
  • How TowerXchange’s ESCO report is enabling energy innovation
  • The governance and financing constraints on MNO-captive towercos
  • Capex and opex requirements in the desert state

In a short space of time, PowerCom has transformed the Namibian tower market. Since 2016, Alisa Amupolo has been the Chief Executive Officer of PowerCom – her focus on professionalising the lease up of towers and bringing focus to the efficiency of capex deployment has reoriented the market. Owning around 40% of Namibia’s towers, PowerCom…

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