AST: Reliable turnkey energy services from the world’s largest RESCO

AST manage almost 3,000 remote cell sites in India, and are seeking to expand into Africa and Southeast Asia

Read this article to learn:

  • How AST structures long term, fixed fee contracts to ensure investibility and release 10-20% economic benefit for customers
  • AST’s funding and ‘digestive capacity’ for up to 10,000 further towers
  • How AST scaled their ESCO and built customers’ trust
  • The investibility challenge for community power given the unpredictable and variable capacity requirement
  • A view on the timelines, challenges and opportunities for ESCOs in Myanmar

Applied Solar Technologies (“AST”) may be the largest RESCO in the world. They have provided hybrid energy equipment and manage over 2,800 cell sites in India, where they have an uptime SLA > 99.9%. AST have commenced a pilot with Helios Towers Nigeria. AST is also exploring opportunities to offer an energy service proposition in…

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