AST: Turnkey energy management as a service

Applying AST’s expertise learned in India to demonstrate execution excellence in Nigeria

Read this article to learn:

  • AST’s footprint in Nigeria and India, and their zero capex business model
  • AST’s minimum contract size and typical contract duration
  • How AST is funded and their capacity to rollout additional energy systems immediately
  • Comparing the capex cost per site in India with that in Nigeria
  • Initial successes from AST’s five site proof of concept with Helios Towers Nigeria

There are very few ESCOs with the credibility and experience of Applied Solar Technologies (AST), which operates nearly 3,300 cell sites in India, and which has a proof of concept under way at five cell sites in Nigeria. To illustrate the transferability of the ‘turnkey energy management as a service’ business model from India to…

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