The telecommunications tower has become a ubiquitous part of the urban landscape. More towers go up as more people and mobile devices demand reliable, fast cellular and data service.
A telecom tower using Aquion batteries in China.
But some of the fastest-growing markets for wireless service are in places where the power grid is weak or nonexistent. Remote telecommunications towers need power, and extending the power grid is often prohibitively expensive. It’s an especially poor investment in regions where grid power is expensive or unreliable. What’s a telecom company to do?Read More >>