ZTE collaborates with 15 African countries on renewable solar energy
Oct 24, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
ZTE Corporation, a provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, is working with governments and enterprises across 15 African countries, including Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Niger, to deploy the use of renewable solar energy.
ZTE is providing governments and business with the means to meet local power needs for households, communication systems and mobile power sources, bringing light and telecoms to thousands of homes and businesses throughout the African continent. The projects involve a variety of ZTE's green energy products and solutions, including solar lighting systems, mobile solar power systems, solar power for telecommunications base stations and solar power for household lighting systems.
"ZTE's cooperation with governments and businesses throughout Africa is providing both economic and social benefits across the region. We are helping African countries maximize the power of their local resources and use renewable energy in a number of innovative ways," said Wang Yiwen, ZTE CTO of Government and Enterprise business in the Middle East and Africa region.
In recent years, ZTE has developed its enterprise business and increased its investment in the field of renewable energy. ZTE can provide a full range of products and solutions, including solar lighting, household solar power, solar-powered water supply systems, and solar power generation systems and has become the most successful Chinese enterprise in the markets of energy and accessory products and an integrated-power solution provider with global service capabilities. The company has provided services for telecommunications operators and industrial customers in more than 160 countries and regions, and has provided renewable energy of over 300 megawatt through more than 75 operators and industrial customers in 52 countries.
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