Telecoms Can Help Other Industries Cut Emissions

As Canadian mobile networks rapidly expand, the telecom industry’s carbon footprint is also increasing to meet consumer and industry demand. Fortunately, industry experts believe that mobile networks can help Canada achieve its 2050 net-zero emissions goals.

 Although the telecom industry makes up only 1.6 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, the industries it supports such as manufacturing, resource extraction, and transportation, have much higher emissions. By making their networks more energy efficient and sustainable, the telecoms industry can reduce the emissions of these industries.

 To make a significant impact on reducing carbon emissions, energy solutions to increase efficiency and telecommunications must be executed together. Building efficient and big telecommunications networks will also require efficient energy solutions.

 For example, the agriculture industry can use artificial intelligence and data analytics to predict water and fertilizer requirements, which reduces waste and increases growing efficiency. By investing in advanced technology, companies can use low-carbon solutions that depend on a fast connection such as electric vehicles.

 As industries commit to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions to reach Canada’s net-zero emissions goals, consumers must also consider ways to reduce their carbon footprints. The Anorra Turbines and Towers allow rural homeowners, tiny homeowners, and cottage owners the opportunity to leverage wind-based clean renewable energy to power and heat their homes with heat pumps for example.

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