5G-Enabled Technologies Could Solve for One-Fifth of U.S. Climate Change Target by 2025, New Study Finds

New use cases stemming from 5G networks will reduce U.S. carbon footprint by up to 330.8 MMtCO2e — the equivalent of removing 72 million passenger vehicles from the road, report projects
Jan 27, 2022 12:00 PM ET
Graphic reading "5G is projected to make a 20% contribution toward U.S. 2025 climate change goals."

Originally published by Accenture

WASHINGTON, D.C.; Jan. 26, 2022 – 5G connectivity will play a significant role in enabling the U.S. to meet the Biden Administration’s climate change goals, with 5G-enabled use cases projected to make up to a 20% contribution toward the country’s carbon emission reduction targets by 2025, according to a new Accenture (NYSE: ACN) study commissioned by CTIA, the wireless industry association.

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