Press Releases


  • Sunil Bharti Mittal conferred Lal Bahadur Shastri National Award

    15.12.2009

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  • Airtel adds to the joy of festive season launches digital TV

    13.10.2009

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  • Media statement from Bharti Airtel Limited

    3.8.2009

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  • Sunil Bharti Mittal awarded Honorary Doctorate by University of Leeds UK

    16.7.2009

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  • Media statement from Bharti Airtel Limited2

    25.5.2009

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  • Bharti Airtel and Alcatel Lucent form Managed Services Joint Venture for Broadband and Telephone Services

    30.4.2009

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  • Bharti Telesoft Adopts a New Name Comviva

    16.4.2009

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  • Bharti Airtel announces apex level organisation changes

    12.3.2009

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  • Bharti Enterprises Appoints Senior Talent

    6.3.2009

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  • Bharti Airtel Limited FY 2009 Revenue growth of 37 Maiden dividend announced

    31.3.2009

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  • Bharti Foundation wins the Social and Corporate Governance Award for Best Practices in Corporate Social Responsibility 2008

    6.2.2009

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  • Akhil Gupta Wins ICAIs CA Business Achiever Award

    28.1.2009

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  • Bharti Airtel launches Triple Play with Airtel digital TV interactive Telephone Broadband and now TV on a single line

    19.1.2009

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  • Hello Sri Lanka says Airtel

    12.1.2009

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  • University of Cambridge announces the prestigious Manmohan Singh Undergraduate Scholarship Programme

    12.1.2009

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  • Bharti Del Monte India becomes Indias largest exporter of Fresh Baby Corn

    12.1.2009

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Changing Lives

How our Mobile towers are reducing carbon footprint

Mobile towers are the lifeline of any cellular network. A smooth network depends on uninterrupted and adequate supply of power. In many parts of India, power supply is erratic. Most towers have a diesel generator backup. The telecom industry, with over 3,80,000 towers, is the largest consumer of diesel today.

Bharti Infratel, one of India’s top tower companies, has taken a pioneering step towards replacing diesel generators with solar energy, reducing Co2 emissions by 2.5 tonnes per tower every year.

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