Solutions include 5G Sharing Base Station Solution, 5G Mining Solution, Intelligent AI Power Line Inspection Solution, Intelligent Distribution Transformer + Edge Computing and Global Electric Power Industry Ecosystem Layout
Big news coming from Abu Dhabi. Present as one of the most awaited guests of the entire event, which sees the presence of high-sounding international names, Huawei has launched a series of important energy solutions during the 24th World Energy Congress held in the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
These innovative solutions, appreciated by many of the present employees, include 5G Sharing Base Station Solution, 5G Mining Solution, Intelligent AI Power Line Inspection Solution, Intelligent Distribution Transformer + Edge Computing and Global Electric Power Industry Ecosystem Layout.
Presenting them, with great emphasis and satisfaction, was Ji Xiang, general manager of Huawei’s energy business department.
The objective of the Congress is to explore new energy futures
Huawei shared in-depth information on 5G, AI, cloud and how the energy sector is being reshaped within the Chinese company itself. This, in fact, intends to build the nucleus of a digital world to accelerate the transformation of the energy sector from digitalization to intelligence, Ji Xiang confirmed in Abu Dhabi.
“The development of human civilization is closely linked to the evolution of energy. Huawei, for this reason, is committed to collaborating with partners and high-profile customers, in order to transform intelligent energy into reality,” said Ji.
The 24th World Energy Congress, which is currently taking place in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, brings together participants and industry experts from around 150 countries and regions around the world. The common goal shared by all participants is to explore new energy futures, critical innovation areas and new strategies in the sector.
China’s primary energy demand is expected to peak between 2035 and 2040
Furthermore, it should be added that China itself will need more and more energy in the coming years and, according to a report by the China National Petroleum Corporation, China’s energy demand is shifting its focus from industrial production to consumption
According to the report, the country’s economy will achieve high-quality growth with lower energy consumption.
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