Huawei, a world smart PV leader, presented the FusionSolar Smart PV Solution and FusionHome Smart Energy Solution at the WFES.
The World Future Energy Summit (WFES) took place in Abu Dhabi on January 15, 2018. The four-day event attracted more than 630 exhibitors and 30,000 visitors from 175 countries and regions. It has become the largest and most influential gathering on renewable energy in Middle East and Africa (MENA), bringing exports, project developers, distributors, investors and policy makers from across the globe to come together and discover new solutions to the world’s growing energy challenges.
Huawei, a world smart PV leader, presented the FusionSolar Smart PV Solution and FusionHome Smart Energy Solution at the WFES. Featuring higher yields, higher efficiency, and smoother user experience, the top-notch solutions have earned a lot of praise from customers of the PV industry in MENA. The fact that Huawei inverter can operate stably and remain maintenance-free under year-round high temperature, wind and sand, ensures yields and earns customers trust.
On the second day of the event, Huawei signed a MOU with NOMAC, ACWA Power’s 100% owned subsidiary.
Huawei signing a MOU with ACWA Power and NOMAC
Julio Torre Gutierrez, President & CEO of NOMAC, the wholly owned operations & maintenance contractor of ACWA Power said, “Technology in the renewable energy industry is rapidly evolving not only on how electricity is generated but also on how plants are operated. This pilot programme is an important step in our continuous pursuit of delivering power reliably and at the lowest possible cost, a mission that necessitates the implementation of the latest solutions. The pilot programme is the first step in rolling out this technology in current and future sites as we strive to digitize our operations.”
Meanwhile, Huawei signed a franchise contract with Abunayyan Trading, a well-known trading company, to expend its presence in Saudi Arabia. Abunayyan Trading is one of the most trusted names in the power and water business, providing integrated solutions for customers in Saudi Arabia and Middle East.
In the meantime, Huawei also signed certification supplier contracts with Knights Energy of Jordan, ECOsys and Phoenix of Lebanon, 1 TEC Investment of South Africa, Enersyscom of Egypt. Huawei teamed up with these partners and fully expanded its business in the MENA solar markets.
On the third day, the Middle East Solar Industry Association awarded Huawei the Best Technology on Display at WFES 2018 for its superior product quality and user experience, at the industry's premier awards ceremony -- Middle East Solar Awards.
This year will witness the rapid growth in MENA's PV market capacity. The region is one of the most attractive marketplaces in renewable energy industry, especially the PV industry. With a major breakthrough in key accounts of 16 MENA countries, Huawei achieved a shipment of more than 300 MW in 2017. Going forward, it will further expand investment and business to help develop the region's new energy market, especially in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Morocco, Egypt, and South Africa.