Huawei launches Digital Power Club Global Tour in key regions including Europe, Asia, and Northern Africa region. The Global Tour aims to showcase its latest technologies related to power digitalization including Smart PV, Data Center Facility, Site Power Facility and Modular Power. With the rapid development of digitalization with everything sensing, connected, and more intelligent, it also comes with challenges such as high cost of deployment and maintenance, long deployment cycles and high power consumption. At Huawei, the Digital Power business line combines power technologies with digital technologies, providing simple, green, smart, and reliable digital power solutions to facilitate the formation of a digital world.
Huawei launches Digital Power Club Global Tour with the theme of “Leading Power Digitalization for a Green and Sustainable World”.
Huawei Digital Power Club Global Tour
|Asia – Japan (Osaka, Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Nagoya, Fukushima and Tokyo)||September – November,Online and Offline|
|Northern Africa||October 28, Online|
|Europe||November 12, Online|
|Asia – Thailand (Bangkok)||November 12,Online and Offline|
|More to come…|
Global ICT energy consumption continues to increase, accounting for 2% of the global total electricity consumption, and is expected to reach 5% by 2030. Energy-saving is a top priority. Huawei Smart PV solution plays an important role in energy generation. Up to now, the total solar power generated with Huawei Smart PV solution has reached 296.5 billion kWh. Huawei Smart PV solution integrates digital information technologies and PV technologies and enables 3 to 5% more yields, to realize our vision and enable solar energy to become the main energy source for the future. In the Ningxia province of China where the world’s largest 640 MWp agrivoltaic plant locates, Huawei Smart PV solution has helped to increase the vegetation coverage by 85% and to generate more than 3.8 billion kWh of electricity. Recently, Huawei Smart PV solution also contributes to the successful grid-connection of the 2.2 GW PV plant in China’s Qinghai province, which is the world’s largest single-site PV plant and also the world’s first ultra-high voltage power line that delivers 100% renewable energy over long distances. Huawei provides 1.6 GW inverters for this project, and is the largest inverter contributors for this project.
More than 800 million people — 11% of the world’s population — still live without reliable electricity. Huawei continues to invest in power digitalization and enables more green energy generation and power saving with digital technologies.