More than 6,000 people are working on new solutions to produce clean energy that help consumers switch to renewables, save electricity and reduce CO2 emissions
The march towards carbon neutrality and the use of renewable energy sources have served to unite the world in a crucial mission: urgently reducing CO2 pollution.
As one of the world’s technology industry leaders, company Huawei is using its Huawei Digital Power (HDP) branch to strive to contribute to the better use of green energy and advance environmental protection levels.
HDP was established with the aim of easing the implementation and utilisation of sustainable energy infrastructure through technologies developed digitally. Huawei also wants to better integrate the technologies of digital and power electronics, in order to enable consumers to develop and digitise clean energy capacities.
In the firm belief that the key to carbon neutrality lies in a new energy system, Huawei aims to build that system exclusively on foundations of green energy. The production, distribution, use and storage of energy will be improved through the use of new technologies, such as Cloud technologies and artificial intelligence.
Unique innovations are created thanks to long-term investments in research and development. This has led to easing the digitising of all forms of energy, but also the improved adaptation of industry to numerous market changes. That’s why Huawei is endeavouring to enable the faster generating of clean energy, but also the opening of green transport lines and helping in the construction of sustainable data centres.
Huawei Digital Power solutions have helped consumers generate 482.9 billion kWh of clean energy and avoid emissions of as much as 230 million tons of CO2
The company is developing new green technologies at 12 R&D centres in China, other parts of Asia and Europe, and had 1,600 approved patents by year’s end 2021. Working in this area are 6,000 employees, 60 per cent of whom participate actively in the research and development sector, while all innovations are available in the 170 countries where this Chinese company operates.
By the end of last year, Huawei Digital Power solutions had helped consumers generate 482.9 billion kWh of clean energy, save 14.2 billion kWh of electricity and avoid emissions of as much as 230 million tons of CO2 – equivalent to planting more than 320 million new trees.
It is extremely important to stress that Huawei strives for an open ecosystem created with equal conditions for all those wanting to be part of it. That’s why it created the strategy “hardware openness, software openness and multilevel cooperation with industries”, which enables both the company and its partners to jointly build – throughout the course of the entire process –an ecosystem for all industries, products and technologies.
Huawei solutions are not instant and fleeting, but rather enduring and available to all, and also confirming that the company is on the right track are the numerous awards it has received, including the WWF Climate Solver Award 2020 (WWF), the Best Show Award Interop 2021 (Japan), four DCS Award acknowledgements for various solutions (UK), the Scientific and Technological Progress Award (China), among many others.
By investing in the digital transformation of energy and enabling its faster acceptance everywhere, Huawei believes that it is helping transform the world into a better place to live for all, with reduced harmful CO2 and more good opportunities.