Huawei Digital Power launches sustainable solutions
Under the theme of “Leading power digitalization for a zero-carbon and smart society”, Huawei Digital Power has presented its Zero-carbon All-scenario solution at SNEC 2021, the world’s largest solar trade exhibition which is being held in Shanghai until June 5.
The Huawei FusionSolar All-scenario PV & Storage Solution covers "4+1" scenarios: Smart PV Generator FusionSolar 8.0, Green Residential Power 2.0, Green C&I Power 1.0, and Off-grid (fuel removal) Power Supply Solutions + Energy Cloud, aiming to accelerate the shift to zero-carbon generation and bridge the energy divide.
FusionSolar 8.0: Create A Future-proof Smart PV Generator
Disrupting the traditional structure, Huawei launched the future-proof smart PV generator, called FusionSolar 8.0. It offers customers two benefits: First, the smart PV generator promises improved grid stability; second, the world's first "Gemini" ±1500V design can help to support larger sub-arrays, higher voltages, thus could reduce LCOE by 7%.
Green Residential Power 2.0: Start New Life in a Zero-carbon Home
The upgraded Green Residential Power 2.0 solution highlights the innovative "1+3+X"structure. With the Smart Energy Controller at the core, it is equipped with three key components: the optimizer, the smart string ESS and the Green Power Cloud to build the intelligent power ecosystem. The Green Residential Power 2.0 solution, focusing on smart power generation, storage and smart power consumption with multiple active safety features, aims to lower energy bills.
Green C&I Power 1.0: Let Green Power Empower All Industries
Huawei launched its new C&I solution this year, which fits for different application scenarios: solar only, storage only, solar + storage + charging and off-grid. With the application of optimizers and the smart string energy storage system, the solution can improve the energy yield by 30% and energy storage power by up to 15%. Huawei inverters support intelligent AFCI arc protection and automatically shut down within 0.5s, ensuring the active safety of systems.
Huawei's Digital Power Zero-carbon All-scenario Solution: Lead the Power Digitalization for a Zero-carbon and Smart society
In addition to zero-carbon power generation, Huawei also displays the digital power zero-carbon all-scenario solution for the first time at SNEC. In the era of carbon neutrality, Huawei Digital Power business unit gives full play to its strengths in digital technology and power electronics and integrates the watt, thermal, energy storage, cloud, and AI technology, to accelerate the digitization of the energy industry and contribute to a zero-carbon smart society.
During the unfolding energy transition, renewables represented by solar PV will inevitably become the primary source of energy, and building a new power system with renewable energy as the main source is the key to achieve carbon neutrality. With profound expertise in the integration of digital technology and power electronics, Huawei works with customers and partners to promote the energy transition and build a zero-carbon and smart society.
Huawei extended its business partnership with MYTILINEOS globally in March, signing a memorandum of cooperation regarding the supply of innovative and reliable Huawei string inverters, for PV plants including but not limited to the UK, Uzbekistan, Spain and Cyprus.
China is aiming to hit peak emissions before 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060.
ICT infrastructure will become the cornerstone of the smart world and energy will be critical in building Huawei's digital economy, according to Philip Chen, President of Huawei's Digital Power Business. The company wants to seize opportunities in the transition, namely in smart Digital Power solutions, covering iSite Power, Data Center Facility, Smart PV, mPower and Modular Power. Click here to read its full FusionSolar Utility and Commercial range.
"However, in the process of ICT network transformation, the challenges of big data, large traffic, and huge energy consumption will need to be handled," he said.