Flexenclosure’s green power management solution for the global telecom industry chosen as one of the world’s most sustainable technologies
Flexenclosure, a specialist provider of intelligent green power management solutions for base stations, has been honoured as a top sustainable solution at Rio+20. Last night, sustainability activist Gro Harlem Brundtland, media industrialist and philanthropist Ted Turner and 150 VIP guests celebrated the first concrete outcome at Rio+20: The launch of Sustainia100. Flexenclosure’s E-site has been chosen for this prestigious list of sustainable solutions.
Flexenclosure’s award-winning green power management solution for the telecom industry, E-site, has been chosen as one of the 100 most sustainable technologies and solutions in the world (Sustainia100). They list consists of “great ideas, innovations and technologies that help build a sustainable tomorrow”. See here:
The list was announced at the Rio+20 conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rio+20 is United Nations’ environmental conference about green economy and sustainable development. The conference is attended by 50,000 politicians, activists and NGO’s.
Flexenclosure was included in Sustania100 for E-site, its revolutionary green energy solution that enables mobile base stations off-grid to be powered mainly by renewable energy sources (sun and wind) instead of dirty and expensive diesel fuel. It has the capacity to reduce diesel consumption for powering base stations by up to 95 per cent, reduce CO2 emissions by as much, and slash operating expenses by up to 90 per cent.
“We are very happy to be included in this prestigious list, and to be introduced to such a large and influential audience as at Rio+20”, said David King, CEO, Flexenclosure. “I especially like the word sustainable – our solutions truly help mobile network operators to ‘go green’ in a profitable and enduring way that strengthens their bottom line while at the same time benefiting the environment.”