A sample selection of projects that demonstrate both the diversification and trust placed in Enatel Energy.
ARSAT S.A. is an Argentine telecommunications company which began operating in 2006. They cover the southern area of Latin America, delivering satellite bandwidth for services including: voice, data, audio and video. Enatel solutions are being deployed for new coverage and critical networking applications, which include the powering of long-haul optical equipment.
Engineered Hybrid solutions for remote multiple sites to the largest network operator across Middle East and Africa. Large solar component with provisions to cater for easy expansion from 1kW to 3.5kW of load.
The Manifa Field Causeway and Island Construction Project, is by far one of the most prestigious projects ever realized in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The work site was huge, covering >80km2 (equivalent in size to Manhattan), and included the construction of 27 man-made islands to allow dry-land rigs. These islands are linked by 41 kilometres of causeways and 14 elevated bridges (longest at 2.4km) to maintain natural water flow within Manifa Bay and preserve natural marine nurseries.
Rural BTS Power for network expansion where generator optimisation saw significant diesel savings when compared to previous 24/7 generator operation.
Indosat is one of Indonesia’s largest telecommunication networks and services providers with over 50 million subscribers.
Enatel products are installed in more than 4,000 network sites across Indonesia.
Mighty River Power is one of New Zealand’s largest electricity companies generating ~17% of New Zealand’s electricity. It operates nine hydro stations, five geothermal power stations and a multi-unit gas-fired station. More than 90% of its electricity production comes from renewable sources, and it is one of the world’s largest geothermal power station owners. Enatel was selected to upgrade legacy 110V DC and 24V DC power systems.
In preparation for the Fifa World Cup, Qatar built a new high profile international airport. Project cost was $17 billion, with the capacity for >50 million passengers per year. Enatel supplied large power systems, as part of the infrastructure demanded by mission critical communications, and data processing equipment.
In collaboration with our partner, Enatel Energy supplies 1U power systems tailored to provide unique functionality and compatibility with a diverse array of network devices and surveillance equipment.
The total number of systems deployed will exceed 15,000 and since its implementation, crime has reduced by 32%; police response time has decreased from 15 minutes to less than 4 minutes. Over 1 million incidents have been managed through the system, leading to >102,000 arrests.
Home to the San Francisco 49ers. Enatel is proud to be associated with the world’s most connected and technologically advanced events arena. We supplied a range of power systems powering the DAS (Distributed Antenna System) network. The Levi’s Stadium cost over $1.2 billion to build. A technological and innovation showcase, it includes over 1,200 distributed antennae to provide the greatest levels of service and fan experience..