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February 29, 2008


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Joeri Van Bogaert

The outstanding benefits of FTTH to individuals, communities and businesses will be measured against its costs to the environment. A unique sustainable development study conducted by the FTTH Council Europe in collaboration with PriceWaterhouseCoopers has explored this matter in great detail, and has found that - even using the most conservative estimates - the advantages outweigh the impacts; certainly within a 15 year timeframe, if not sooner.

See http://www.ftthcouncil.eu/home/ftth-council_europe_blog/?cid=63

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