Averox Adds Wind and Solar to Telecom Base Stations

Averox Inc. announced that it will install wind and solar powered generators for telecom base stations to its telecom services portfolio. The power demand of base stations accounts for about 90% of the energy requirements of a mobile network.

Wind generator equipment is cheaper than diesel generators to buy and install, so the lowered investment cost and the increased prices of fossil fuels improve the business case for utilizing renewable energy sources, according to the company.

“Averox has been providing telecom services on a turn key basis for some years to mobile operators to enable them to rapidly deploy base stations,” said Salman Mahmood, Averox’s CEO. “We have significant experience in telecom services and are pleased that we can now offer to provide, install and maintain wind and solar powered generators for base stations as part of our expanded portfolio offerings to our customers.”


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