Motorola wants the entire world to www.roli-guggers.de have a cell phone. And if that means building cell towers in the viagra generic cheap fast middle of rural Africa, then that's what they'll do. Unfortunately, many of these places are far off the beaten track...and the electrical grid. And trucking in fuel would be prohibitively expensive not to mention wasteful.
So Motorola has begun to build wind and solar powered cell towers in Africa. The pilot projects, which we discussed a while ago, have been declared a success, and they're looking for more sites to expand the program. It seems to me like this could only work very well in pretty specific areas though. The towers would have to be located in areas where:
- There is plenty of wind and solar to keep the batteries charged
- The landscape is http://dependablehealthcareservices.com/pa/joycejacob/buy-now-cialis flat, allowing for a large area to cheap viagra generic be covered
- Population densities are low, so that the tower doesn't need too much power to service everyone
- The people being served are not going to revolt if service goes out on still, cloudy days
- Grid power is unavailable
Rural Africa seems to be the perfect place for these towers. Unfortunately, they might not find much of http://www.marthawashingtoninn.com/levitra-how-much a niche in the rest of the buy propecia online pharmacy world.
written by campbell, April 15, 2008
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