Orange talks flattening the energy curve

Sustainability was undeniably one of the hottest topics at this year’s Mobile World Congress, with operators and equipment vendors alike keen to show off their ever-improving green credentials.  But while the telecoms industry is making a largely concerted effort to reduce their carbon emissions and, indeed, to help their customers and partners do the same, there is still much work to be done.  
Orange, like many of the world’s largest network operators, including Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom, BT, and Telefonica, has set the ambitious goal of reaching carbon neutrality throughout their entire value chain by 2040. To achieve this, the Orange has been implementing Group-wide changes over the past two years, including appointing Hervé Suquet as the Group’s dedicated VP of Energy to oversee these changes. 
Speaking to Suquet at this year’s MWC, it became clear that Orange’s strategy towards going green and reaching their net-zero carbon emissions goals revolves around three key focuses…

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