E-Fiber, TriNed start demand aggregation in Bernheze

Monday 10 October 2016 | 10:43 CET | News
Dutch operator E-Fiber announced that it's completed the preparations for a demand aggregation in Bernheze, with a number of information evenings for residents. It announced that TriNed will start as service provider. A minimum 40 percent of taregeted households, or 5,200 residents, need to sign up for services in order for the fibre network roll-out to go ahead.

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