Energy as a service
Energy Service Company (ESCO) Model for Mobile Network Operators and Tower Cos. allows an OPEX (Operational Expense) problem to be resolved through an OPEX solution. Under Reon ESCO, Reon invests the CAPEX (Capital Expense) and maintains site operations while the operator pays for the energy usage at a pre-determined rate for a duration of 15 years.
ESCO (Energy Service Company) offers Energy as a Service to Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and Tower Companies. Ageing power systems inclusive of gensets and batteries on most cell sites result in increased instances of downtime. In off grid and poor grid regions, diesel gensets often run 24/7, making fuel logistics expensive and critical for uninterrupted service. Furthermore, theft of fuel and equipment exacerbates the situation as energy continuity is not the core competency of any Mobile Network Operator (MNO) or Tower Co. This service allows customers to focus on their core competency and let the ESCO plan, build and operate their energy infrastructure. ESCO business model has been calibrated to maximize renewable energy through smart use of advanced storage solutions.
Esco Case Study
The sites have seen roughly 4% increase in network availability and a significant decline in the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
An energy efficient future for
We, at Reon, aim to expand our telecom tower services for multiple tenants.
Multi-tenant sites allow co-location of sites to multiple tenants at one time while reducing their time to market. This can create dramatic reductions in OPEX and CAPEX as with a small incremental investment MNOs and tower companies can have the capacity to accommodate multiple tenants/frequencies at the existing cell sites.
Reon ESCO multi-tenant solution provides a cost-effective way to expand cell coverage and incentivizes MNOs to deploy networks deeper into rural areas. Connectivity if endorsed at such scale could significantly accelerate digital inclusion in rural communities.
Power around the tower: Utilizing towers for
‘Power Around the Tower’ blueprint falls under Reon’s sustainability initiative that aims to utilize surplus electricity from telecom towers for powering the nearby settlements.
As per the latest study conducted by World Bank suggests that as many as 50 million people in Pakistan may still live without access to the electric grid. Utilizing the telecom towers that have seen an unprecedented growth in the off-grid areas, hence presents a unique opportunity to provide electricity beyond the base stations and into the local communities. This offers not only a significant cost advantage, but also aggregates to wider macro-economic benefits.
The availability of energy is an integral part of the UN Sustainable Development Goals as highlighted under Our Impacts section. Localized impacts of clean energy access if offered will be visible in better healthcare and education, greater productivity in evening hours, irrigation pumping, varied income opportunities and lower emissions.
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