The first carbon neutral towerco

Thanks to Vertical Bridge’s long-term commitment to the environment it has been certified carbon neutral, which towercos are next?

Read this article to learn:

  • Why Vertical Bridge decided to target net zero
  • The process Vertical Bridge followed to be certified
  • The different stakeholders involved
  • Carbon offset projects backed by Vertical Bridge
  • The difference between scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions
  • Advice for towercos seeking to go Carbon Neutral

The Paris Agreement on climate change agreed on a global target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050; Vertical Bridge, the largest private towerco in the US, announced it was net zero this June 4th, having been certified as CarbonNeutral® by The CarbonNeutral Protocol, the leading global framework for carbon neutrality. The company, which owns…

Towercos and MNOs are entitled to a free subscription. Please login with your usual credentials or apply for a new account.

This content is for Subscribers only

To read the full article either login below or follow the link to subscribe.

Log In Subscribe

Announcing an enhanced TowerXchange Journal – subscribe now!

Our new improved offering will allow you to access the insight and analysis you have come to rely on from TowerXchange – but in a format that suits you.

We would love you to continue to receive the TowerXchange Journal by subscribing, and to contribute to the knowledge sharing and information resource we have built up in the form of over 2.5mn words of research and almost 1,000 CXO interviews. An individual subscription costs GBP£2,500 per year, with corporate subscriptions priced according to scale.

Subscribe now