Helios Towers Africa invests $40-million to reduce carbon footprint

From IT News Africa news alert Wed Dec 5 2012, 05:21:08

Helios Towers Africa (HTA), a telecoms towers company in Africa, has invested almost $40-million in implementing an energy storage and remote monitoring system to reduce its carbon footprint, an...

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