Flexenclosure Wins Base Station Power Supply Contract in Myanmar
Published on: 25th Mar 2014
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Flexenclosure says that it has won a large order from Apollo Towers for its hybrid power supplies to be deployed at base stations across Myanmar.
Apollo Towers has been selected by Telenor Myanmar to build and manage telecom towers in preparation for the network's rollout across the country.
According to the agreement, Flexenclosure will commence a large-scale rollout of multi-tenant turnkey eSites across Myanmar, with additional deployments anticipated through 2015 and beyond.
eSite is a portfolio of energy-efficient hybrid power systems for base station sites in areas where grid power is unreliable or unavailable. Powered by renewable energy sources or the grid and a backup genset, eSite can deliver a 90 percent reduction in diesel fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and energy related costs compared to traditional diesel based systems.
Configurations will also include solar power in suitable locations.
Although the contract was described as large, and multi-million dollar in size, the actual value of the contract was not specified.