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Using Co-Location as a Tool to Maximize Infrastructure Investments

co-location infrastructure

Co-locating infrastructure can decrease project costs by a third, maximizing potential for infrastructure projects.

A significant barrier to improving telecommunications and energy infrastructure in rural areas has been the expense associated with siting, right-of-way, engineering, permitting, and installation. Pipeline projects being planned to improve water availability for farmers and fish already cover most of these costs, making the co-location of fiber optic and electric distribution lines more feasible and cost-effective.

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The benefits of investment.

With our partner’s investments, we’re transforming the operational paradigm for irrigation districts in Oregon and across the West, moving new projects into construction and securing energy, agricultural, economic, and environmental benefits at a pace never before seen in this sector.

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