'Eco-Towers': Vodafone dials up plans for UK rollout of self-powered mobile masts

Michael Holder
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The 'Eco-Tower' concept boasts a small wind turbine at the top | Credit: Vodafone/Crossflow Energy
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The 'Eco-Tower' concept boasts a small wind turbine at the top | Credit: Vodafone/Crossflow Energy

New 'Eco-Towers' boast built-in wind turbines, solar panels, and batteries, allowing Vodafone to extend coverage to remote, off-grid locations

Vodafone is hoping to deploy mobile communications masts across the UK which power themselves using built-in wind, solar, and battery technologies, the telecoms giant revealed today. The firm has developed...

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