Thursday, December 10, 2015

As part of our commitment to environmentally friendly solutions, MTS has installed the first LTE base station powered by hydrogen fuel cells in Russia in the Noginsky district of the Moscow region.

The introduction of hydrogen power for LTE expands MTS’ portfolio of green energy sources, which already includes wind and solar powered stations across Russia from the Barents Sea to the Sea of Japan. Previously MTS has used hydrogen cells in its 2G and 3G networks and the company is now the first in Russia to use them for LTE.

The use of the hydrogen fuel cell brings both environmental and commercial benefits, as not only does it create zero carbon emissions but it is also more cost efficient and last five times longer than electrochemical cells. A further advantage is the long reserve power of the cell, which means that the station can continue to function for an extended period, even in the absence of direct source of powe supply, as the reserve module will turn on automatically.


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