Identify 30 Action Items for a more sustainable future for telco operators.
Compare and assess real-time examples and best practices for reducing carbon emissions and waste from across the industry.
Identify the technologies, platforms, and programs for building a thoughtful company sustainability strategy.
Critical Questions Answered
What are the actions that telco operators are taking to achieve their climate-related targets?
What are the leading technologies and equipment upgrades for increasing network energy efficiency?
Where can telco operators maximize carbon emissions reductions for the least amount in expenses?
A detailed analysis of how telco operators are using technology to reduce carbon emissions (e.g., AI-driven solutions for 5G network optimization, Power Savings Features (PSFs), and digital twins use cases for network asset planning, field operations, and customer mapping.)
Gain real-world operator insights for energy reduction and network equipment upgrades from across the industry.
Compare the sustainability programs and investments of leading telco operators.
Who Should Read This?
Program managers who are responsible for climate-related or energy reduction targets for renewable energy acquisition, energy efficiency programs, waste disposal and circular economy efforts, green buildings, and/or fleet vehicles.
Sustainability group managers who oversee the tracking and reporting of company-wide sustainability efforts.
Decision-makers who are interested in how connectivity and digital technologies can help reduce the carbon footprints of telco operators and their customers.
Table of Contents
1.1. Net Zero and Carbon Emissions Definitions
1.2. Actionable Recommendations for Sustainability
2. EXPANDING THE 30 ACTION ITEMS FOR SUSTAINABILITY
2.1. Renewable Energy: Two Action Items
2.2. Network Upgrades: Four Action Items
2.3. Energy Efficiency: Eleven Action Items
2.4. Waste Disposal and Circular Economy: Four Action Items
2.5. Green Buildings and Vehicles: Three Action Items