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ORUN ENERGY ESCO MODEL FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT MOBILE NETWORKS:

OFF GRID AND ON GRID CELLSITES

ORUN ENERGY ESCO MODEL FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT MOBILE NETWORKS: OFF GRID AND ON GRID CELLSITES Powering

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ABOUT ORUN ESCO?

Orun ESCO (Energy Service Company), develops, installs and arranges financing for projects designed to improve energy efficiency and operating costs for Mobile Network Infrastructure facilities.

Typically, Orun ESCO offers the following services:

Development, design and financing for energy efficiency projects; •Installation and maintenance of the energy efficient equipment involved; •Measurement, monitoring and verification of the project's energy savings; and •assume the technical operational and financial risk of the project

Orun ESCO employs a wide array of cost-effective measures to achieve energy savings. These measures often include the following:

high efficiency power components, •high efficiency active and passive cooling, •centralized energy management systems

ABOUT ORUN ESCO? Orun ESCO (Energy Service Company), develops, installs and arranges financing for projects designed

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ESCO Business Model: Business Drivers COST Mobile network expansion due to rising data demand means increasing
ESCO Business Model: Business Drivers
COST
Mobile network expansion due to rising data demand means increasing electricity and fossil fuel
costs in addition to Capex for renewable/ energy efficiency technologies.
COMPETITION
Increasing competition amongst telcos is resulting in the adoption of new business models
(Managed Services) that result in cost reduction and network optimization.
COMPLIANCE
Telcos are engaging stakeholders (Govt & NGOs) and contributing to the development of industry
standards in carbon emissions compliance and reporting.
COMMUNITY
Communities are increasingly aware of the impact of climate change on the environment and are
putting pressure on telcos to adopt better environmental practices.
CUSTOMER
The customer has become a key stakeholder in the drive for carbon emissions compliance. Using
customer forums, Telcos share and develop ideas on how to build a greener network.
ESCO Business Model: Business Drivers COST Mobile network expansion due to rising data demand means increasing

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ESCO Business Model: Responsibility Matrix – CAPEX vs OPEX Comparison

ACTIVITY

CAPEX

OPEX

MODEL

MODEL

Energy Equipment Purchase (New & Retrofit)

Operator

Esco

Rollout and Project Management

Operator

Esco

Risk related to rollout

Operator

Esco

Site Maintenance & Operation

Operator

Esco

Assurance of Site Uptime

Operator

Esco

Equipment Monitoring & Security

Operator

Esco

Remote Alarms and Performance Data

Operator

Esco

Risk of Theft and Vandalism

Operator

Esco

ESCO Business Model: Responsibility Matrix – CAPEX vs OPEX Comparison ACTIVITY CAPEX OPEX MODEL MODEL Energy

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The ORUN ESCO Model The ORUN ESCO Model is a Managed “Energy” Services Contract Supply (Kwh)
The ORUN ESCO Model
The ORUN ESCO Model is a Managed “Energy” Services Contract
Supply (Kwh)
incl.
Performance,
Price & Uptime
guarantees
Mobile Operator
or
Towerco
ORUN ESCO working in partnership with Mobile Network Operators and Infrastructure Companies is continually evolving
models to outsource the power generation for telecom sites across the globe. The ESCO concept, which provides a
Managed “Energy” Services Contract has been introduced to the industry to facilitate the outsourcing model.
Different outsourcing OPEX models include the following:
Monthly Fee
ORUN ESCO and the MNO or Infrastructure Company agree to regular payments via an
Operating lease or monthly flat fee outsourcing.
PPA Model
ORUN ESCO and the MNO or Infrastructure Company agree to purchase power as a agreed
cost per KwH. regular payments via an Operating lease or monthly flat fee outsourcing.
ESA Model
ORUN ESCO and the MNO or Infrastructure Company agree to OPEX saving recovery or
Energy Savings Agreement (ESA) model
The ORUN ESCO Model The ORUN ESCO Model is a Managed “Energy” Services Contract Supply (Kwh)

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Benefits to Operators & Towercos

Financial
Financial

Eliminate the Capex burden - Eliminate Replacement Costs •Predictable opex savings - Immediate payback •Carbon Credit arrangements

Technical
Technical

Benefit from New Technologies - Modularity of Components •Reduce Risk of Obsolescence •Improve on cooling efficiency

Operational - 24/7 Monitoring Benefit
Operational - 24/7 Monitoring Benefit

Project Governance - Enhanced Transparency •Equipment performance - Improved Reporting •Shelter Temperatures

Benefits to Operators & Towercos Financial •   Eliminate the Capex burden - Eliminate Replacement Costs

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The Esco Model: Key Success Factors

A Partnership Mindset

Thorough Evaluation of ESCO Technology

A Thorough Test Regime and Test Analysis

Robust Remote Monitoring Tools

Transparency in Reporting

A Willingness to Compromise

Commitment to Project Governance and Communication

The Esco Model: Key Success Factors •   A Partnership Mindset •   Thorough Evaluation of

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