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Telecoms

Accessible energy to bring the world closer together

Telecommunication services are a key driving force for socioeconomic development. Our IES units bring the benefits of reliable clean energy to the telecoms markets in developing countries, enhancing access to communications, internet and power for communities.

Reliable Uninterrupted Power

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Reliable Uninterrupted Power

Fail-proof technology design with small diesel back up to charge the battery should, at any time, solar pv and wind not be sufficient. All components selected and designed for long-life and with a focus on low operations and maintenance to ensure continuous mobile services can be maintained.

Rapid Network Expansion

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Rapid Network Expansion

Ease of transportation and simple on-site ground-assembly, with no need for sophisticated equipment or expertise and minimal operational intervention, the Crossflow containerised IES has been designed for remote hard to access installation where there is currently weak or no grid access. The ability to dismantle and redeploy make the Crossflow IES suitable as a ‘stepping stone’ as grid infrastructure grows.

Secure Affordable Energy Supply

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Secure Affordable Energy Supply

With a robust installed wind turbine, the main components stored in the locked container and tamper-free solar pv installed on the containers, the Crossflow IES is protected against pilferage and vandalism, ensuring a more secure energy supply.

The blend of wind and solar and their complementary generation profiles offers greatly increased energy capture from a given geographic footprint, reducing the cost of the real estate required.

Significant capex savings to be gained by sharing the tower with the wind turbine, ideal for new telecommunication mast installations. Transponders can mounted on the Crossflow turbine tower with no scatter or interference from moving blades.

‘Energy as a Service’ model means no need for large up-front capital investment, often seen as a barrier to adoption of renewable energy generation.

Flexible

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Flexible

Deployment and redeployment of tower IES power system into remote areas, with modular scalable design to meet to meet growing tower energy demand as more people connect and use mobile services

Remote Monitoring and Operation

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Remote Monitoring and Operation

Smart Power Management System allows autonomous, intelligent, and efficient multi-source energy generation and battery integration, to ensure an optimum combination to supply guaranteed continuous power. Remote load surveillance and condition monitoring allows for effective maintenance forecasting and planning.

Community Power

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Community Power

Connection to information and communication technology (ICT), is the key driver for improving the educational and economic prospects of a country in today’s modern world. The socioeconomic development of rural communities requires a basic infrastructure, of which telecommunications must be an integral part, with the ability to offer surplus power to local households and business. There is significant upside potential from Community Power sales and network connectivity driving Telecom and ICT product demand.

Access to modern energy and technology plays a major role in rural economic development.