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Kambeny deploying green power eSites from Flexenclosure in Mozambique

Mozambican telecoms distributor Kambeny has ordered 28 eSite green power solutions from Flexenclosure.

The solutions will supply stable and reliable power to telecom sites in remote areas of Mozambique.  The eSites will supply both DC and AC power for loads up to 11.4kVA.  The units will also be equipped with solar panels to maximise the use of renewable and environmentally friendly solar power, while also minimising diesel-related costs and carbon emissions.

eSite is a hybrid power system for off-grid and bad-grid cell sites delivering 24/7 network uptime and diesel-related cost savings of up to 90%. eManager, an all-in-one toolbox for site power infrastructure management, including remote monitoring, power optimisation, KPI reporting and site logistics, is an integral part of the product.

“We needed a reliable and efficient hybrid power solution to enable sustainable network expansions into the most remote areas of Mozambique,” said Fernando Bilale, Director, Kambeny.  “After evaluating a number of alternatives, we’re confident that Flexenclosure’s solar-capable eSite system will deliver the best possible results.”

“Having already built two of our eCentre prefabricated data centres in Maputo and Matola, we’re pleased to be bringing our eSite product to Mozambique now too,” said David King, CEO, Flexenclosure.  “eSite is the hybrid power system of choice for single- and multi-tenant sites and this order from Kambeny further expands eSite’s considerable footprint across Africa.”