To enable the mobile antennas to operate.FrancaIn France, the plan present by electricity. Distribution organization Enis includes possible power outages of up to two hours. In the worst-case scenario, two sources told Reuters.General blackouts would affect only some parts of the country, but not simultaneously. The most important services, such as hospitals, police and government will not be affect by these disruptions, the sources said. The French government, telecommunications operators and Enis, a unit of state-own utility F, held talks on the issue over the summer, according to French government and Reuters sources.
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The French Feration UAE Email List of Telecommunications (FFT), a lobby group representing Orange, Bouygues Telecom and SFR, blam Enis for its failure to ensure that telecommunications antennas were not affect by power cuts.Enis said in a statement to Reuters that all regular customers are treat equally in the event of extraordinary power outages.The electricity distribution organization said it was able to isolate parts of the grid to supply more priority customers, such as hospitals, major industrial complexes and the military, and add that it was up to local authorities to take part of the list of priority clients and the infrastructure of telecommunications operators.
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Swen Germany USA CFO and ItalyTelecommunications companies in Swen and Germany have also rais concerns about possible power shortages, addressing those concerns with their respective governments, several sources told Reuters.Swen’s telecommunications regulatory agency, PTS, is working with telecommunications operators and other government agencies to find a solution. This work also includes talks about what will happen if there are electricity restrictions.PTS is financing the purchase of portable fueling stations and mobile base stations that can be connect to mobile phones to cope with the scenario of long power outages, a PTS spokesman said.Italy’s telecommunications lobby told Reuters it want the mobile network to be exempt from.