Targeting zero carbon network operations enables operators to state their green credentials, add shareholder value and help win concerned consumers. Even better, low carbon and low energy go hand-in-hand, so reducing the use of fossil-based energy creates attractive financial gains.
Moving from legacy base station sites to modern energy-saving systems reduces energy costs and carbon emissions, and also delivers many other cost-saving benefits. Ultimately, the goal is to achieve zero-emission radio access networks.
This white paper is published on the GSA web site with the permission of the author.
Nokia is an Executive Member of GSA.