Join us for a FREE Virtual Panel Discussion
Covid-19 has caused a temporary slowdown in emissions, but climate change remains an urgent issue that requires rethinking old habits for telecom operators and service providers. 5G will boost efficiencies and enable innovative approaches to climate change, but it cannot be ignored that 5G networks consume up to 10 times as much power as their 4G forebears. The industry is recognising that greener power solutions are the way to address this challenge, as operators can reduce not just their carbon emissions but also their costs.
Organised by Developing Telecoms, this FREE panel discussion on Making 5G Sustainable, will address these highly topical issues. Join us and hear from a panel of thought leaders drawn from across the industry how a greener approach will benefit 5G deployments in emerging markets and across the global telecoms industry.
The discussion will open with a presentation by IE University’s Enrique Dans, a leading proponent of green energy solutions in the sector. Following this, Dans will discuss the theme with GSMA Intelligence senior analyst Emanuel Kolta, Luis Neves of digital sustainability group GeSI, and Caroline Gabriel of leading analyst firm Analysys Mason. The panel will be moderated by Developing Telecoms’ Editor James Barton.
NOTE: If you are unable to attend the live discussion, please register now to ensure you have full access to the free on-demand recording of this panel discussion.