Monday, 08 March 2021

5G could cut UK carbon emissions by 269 megatonnes by 2035

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Wednesday 12 August 20

A new report from O2 shows that efficiencies gained from 5G could slash UK carbon emissions over the next fifteen years

There are many bold predictions about 5G being thrown around right now in the UK, many of which are related to the potential economic boost the next-generation technology could deliver. This hardly surprising given the way the coronavirus pandemic has ravaged the countries economy, with the government today officially announcing the first national recession in 11 years.    Much of this economic boost will be delivered through 5G’s impact in making industries more efficient…

There are many bold predictions about 5G being thrown around right now in the UK, many of which are related to the potential economic boost the next-generation technology could deliver. This hardly surprising given the way the coronavirus pandemic has ravaged the countries economy, with the government today officially announcing the first national recession in 11 years.    Much of this economic boost will be delivered through 5G’s impact in making industries more efficient…

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