In a significant stride towards a greener future, Indus Towers has joined forces with IOC Phinergy (IOP) to usher in a new era of clean energy solutions. The partnership envisions the deployment of 300 cutting-edge zero-emission energy systems, aimed at optimizing diesel consumption across Indus Towers’ extensive network of telecom tower sites.
This strategic move not only underscores Indus Towers’ unwavering commitment to sustainability but also positions them as trailblazers in the telecommunications industry’s eco-conscious evolution.
The official press release from Indus Towers Limited and IOC Phinergy Private Limited (IOP) heralded the partnership as a monumental step towards a greener and more sustainable telecom infrastructure. The heart of this collaboration lies in the deployment of 300 zero-emission energy systems, leveraging cutting-edge aluminium-air technology, to revolutionize energy consumption at Indus Towers’ telecom tower sites.
Prachur Sah, CEO of Indus Towers, emphasized the company’s commitment to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles. He explained that, in line with their ESG vision, Indus Towers has always been a champion of environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and robust governance practices.
Sah stated, “Our agreement with IOP is a testament to our dedication to creating eco-friendly telecom tower sites. We are investing in innovative solutions that optimize resource usage, furthering our goal of a sustainable and responsible telecom infrastructure.”
IOP, a joint venture company established by Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) and Phinergy Ltd of Israel, specializes in manufacturing, selling, and servicing aluminium-air systems powered by Phinergy’s groundbreaking technology within the Indian market. This alliance positions IOP as a key player in advancing clean energy solutions in India.
About Indus Towers:
Bharti Infratel Limited, formerly an Indian telecommunications infrastructure firm, specialized in offering telecom infrastructure services, including telecom towers, fiber networks, and associated infrastructure.
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