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By Dr. Till Naumann

MOWEA starts pilot project with telecommunication provider Vodafone


Dear Companists,

Thank you very much for your support, the tremendous feedback concerning our company and the many questions, which we are always happy to answer. In this update we will inform you about the current status of our pilot project with the international telecommunications provider Vodafone.


1. Project aim

MOWEA's modular wind energy system is an ideal additional renewable energy source for telecommunication masts for several reasons: MOWEA's turbines are flexible, light, and efficient. In addition, a telecommunications mast has a perfect height and therefore good wind conditions. Depending on the radio technology installed, a radio mast requires between 15 kWh and 60 kWh of energy per day.


MOWEA - Telecommunications radio mast

Image 1: Telecommunications radio mast


Mobile network operators have energy procurement costs between € 0.23/kWh (connected to the energy network, on-grid) and € 1.28/kWh (not connected to the energy network, off-grid). Germany alone has 16,000 free-standing telecommunication masts and there will be 1.2 million off-grid masts worldwide by 2020!

MOWEA's goal is to prove the economic efficiency of our modular wind energy system's scalable use and to quantify the amount of energy generated.


2. Location found and technical interfaces analyzed

In north-eastern Germany, MOWEA will equip a Vodafone radio tower with four turbines. The turbines are attached to the lattice mast at a height of approx. 35m and the "green" energy is fed directly into the DC voltage network of the radio mast. We are very pleased about the cooperation in the technical development of the electrical interfaces between the turbine and the radio systems and the resulting expertise, which we can and will use worldwide.


MOWEA - Technical room with backup batteries

Image 2: Technical room with backup batteries and a lot of electronics   


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