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How 5G will supercharge utilities and energy

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5G has the power to strengthen every aspect of the energy and utilities sector.

5G-enabled technology will impact everything from renewables and storage-powered grids to multiple connected devices (known as the Internet of Things), helping customers to monitor the energy usage of each device.

Download our latest mini-pack here as we explore how 5G will supercharge utilities and energy, offering four case study examples that illustrate 5G’s impact and the way it will enhance the use of renewable energy.

We explore how the use of 5G connected devices, at the Port of Zeebrugge, Belgium, is enabling the development and monitoring of windfarms. We also explore how Northumbrian Water is using 5G technology to increase reliability and effectiveness of the water network and more. Within the mini-pack you can also find proven statistics and research that measures the effect 5G will have on energy and utilities.

To find out more about how 5G will change the driving experience, and to view and download the new mini pack series, as well as access information toolkits, fact sheets, and infographics related to 5G and health you can download all from here:

To stay up to date with the latest news and the #5GCheckTheFacts campaign follow @MobileUK_News on Twitter and LinkedIn. 


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