Telenor Group signs European standard for energy efficiency
Earlier this week in Brussels Telenor Group and other major telecom companies and equipment manufacturers have agreed to reduce the electricity consumption of their broadband equipment and data centres.
Solar energy brought to use
Grameenphone and University of Oslo successfully launched a Community Power Project in Paharpur village in rural Bangladesh. As a result, many households in the remote village, which is not connected to the national electric grid, are now getting electricity through solar energy.
Shutting mobile phone bullies out
Harassment on mobile phone is a pain for many children and their families. Keep the cyber bullies out with Telenor's "bully filter".
Norwegian sports clubs earn NOK 6 million from environmental initiative
In five months, 500 Norwegian sports clubs have collected 171,904 used mobile phones. Never before have so many mobile phones been returned for recycling in Norway. This community effort secured more than NOK 6 million from Telenor.
New security package for children
Telenor Norway is launching a new security package for children - SikkertBarn - a free additional service enabling Telenor customers to prevent their children from accessing unwanted content and ditto costs on their mobile.
Mobile recycling programmes in Telenor Group
For several years, Telenor Group has recycled mobile phones and batteries through campaigns, collecting hundreds of thousands of handsets.
Less Bills, More Trees: The DiGi Way
As part of its Deep Green initiative, DiGi, the Telenor Group mobile operator in Malaysia, has launched another climate initiative as it seeks to raise funds to reforest up to 120,000 square metres of the Kinabatangan forest.