Telecel Group pledges to operate in the greenest way possible

The Chairman of the Board & Co-founder of Telecel Group, Nicolas Bourg, has reaffirmed the company’s commitment to sustainability and reducing its carbon footprint. Speaking at the Common Good Summit, Bourg outlined Telecel Group’s initiatives aimed at promoting green growth and financial inclusion in developing countries.

According to him, Telecel Group is taking a multi-faceted approach to sustainability, with a focus on solarizing several of its sites to reduce reliance on fossil fuels. Additionally, the company is launching a green hydrogen project in Ghana, a pioneering initiative in the region. Through its Africa Startup Initiative Program, Telecel is also driving financial inclusion, empowering entrepreneurs and communities to thrive.

Bourg emphasized the importance of green growth for developing countries, stressing that sustainable practices are crucial for a brighter future. He was joined on the panel by Hélène Djoufelkit, Sidy Diop, and Stephane Straub, who shared insights on the theme “What green growth for developing countries?”

As a leader in the telecommunications industry, Telecel is setting a positive example for others to follow. By prioritizing sustainability and financial inclusion, Telecel is helping to create a better future for all.

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