Huawei brings a series of sustainable energy solutions for smart city development in Vietnam

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2022-06-21 22:59:48

Mr. Le Nho Thong – Vice President of Digital Energy Technology Business of Huawei Vietnam gave a presentation about the report at the forum.

The Vietnam Urban Sustainable Development Forum was organized by the Central Economic Commission in collaboration with the Ministry of Construction from June 16 to June 17. The event attracted more than 2,400 domestic and international delegates to attend, including leaders of the Ministry of Construction, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, the Ministry of Transport, the Economic Committee of the National Assembly, and the Association. Urban Planning Development.

The forum consists of two main sessions: the plenary session presents the main reports on the topic “Green, smart city development, adaptation to climate change, prevention and control of natural disasters and epidemics” and a discussion session. Roundtable includes 4 seminars on the following topics:

  • Urban construction, a chain of smart cities connecting domestically and internationally by 2030, with a vision to 2045
  • Synchronously, effective urban reconstruction and digital transformation are associated with the vision of sustainable urban development
  • Completing institutions and policies to promote urbanization and sustainable urban development by 2030, with a vision to 2045
  • Developing new urban models and promoting economic transformation in urban areas towards green and sustainable growth

At the 2nd symposium on the topic “Synchronous integration, efficiency of urban reconstruction and digital transformation associated with a vision of sustainable urban development”, Mr. Le Nho Thong – Deputy Director of Energy Technology Business Huawei Vietnam had a presentation on the report “Sustainable energy solutions for urban areas in the process of urban digital transformation”.

After 7 years since 200 countries joined the Paris Agreement in 2015, the countries of China, the US and Europe have been speeding up the implementation of their commitments on reducing greenhouse gases, promoting the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. net emissions reduction must be zero by 2050. Total end energy consumption has an important role to play in keeping global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius. To achieve this, countries have accelerate the energy transition by producing more renewable energy, deploying more electrification and hydrogen (green hydrogen) applications.

Accordingly, from 2018 to 2050, the share of renewable energy production will increase from 25% to 90%, and the share of renewable energy for centralized heating will increase from 9% to 90%. By 2050, 66% of hydrogen will come from renewables. In electrification, the share of electricity consumption will increase from 21% in 2018 to 51% in 2050. In terms of large-scale hydrogen application, hydrogen in energy consumption will increase from 0 to 12% by 2050 ( excluding industrial hydrogen consumed as raw material), of which 66% would be green hydrogen.

Working with countries to solve global problems, Huawei has invested in digital energy development strategies early on, including developing clean energy and promoting the digital transformation of traditional energy sources, creating new future for the energy industry. Huawei Digital Power’s strategy is to integrate digital technology and power electronics towards a greener and cleaner energy source, applied in supporting urban areas with sustainable digital transformation with intelligent transportation, electric vehicles, green buildings… and upgrade the low carbon urban target to “0 carbon”.

“Huawei has always given top priority to research and development, with an annual budget amounting to 10-15% of the group’s revenue. Huawei’s investment value in R&D in 2011 reached 3.6 billion USD, by 2020 it has exceeded 20 billion USD. In particular, Huawei Digital Power is heavily invested, accounting for 60% of the R&D budget with more than 6,000 research experts working in 12 Huawei R&D centers globally, creating solutions and owning over 1,300 inventions ”Mr. Thong said.

At the conference, Huawei also introduced low-carbon solutions that can support sustainable digital transformation urban areas in Vietnam, based on efforts from clean electricity production to efficient power consumption.

  • The first is, Smart solar power makes solar energy the main source of electricity, penetrating industries and households.
  • Second, the Data Center Facility is applied to pre-engineering, modularization, and building a low-carbon digital platform.
  • Third, site power reduces operating costs in the network and helps carriers achieve carbon neutrality.
  • Fourth, the mPower smart electric vehicle engine array accelerates the electrification of the automotive industry.
  • Fifth, Smart Integrated Energy converges many innovations, helping to build low-carbon buildings and campuses.
  • Finally, the Energy Cloud – the intelligent energy data and energy network management platform.

“The market is wide open. It is expected that the digital energy business will reach 120 billion USD by 2025, of which Huawei Digital Power is expected to reach 20 billion USD in revenue in the next 3 years”, Mr. Nho Thong shared at the discussion session. “We are always expanding cooperation, shaking hands with all industries to accelerate the transformation of energy technology.”

Mr. Thong also added that, as of June 30, 2021, Huawei Digital Power has generated 403.4 billion kWh of green energy, saved 12.4 billion kWh of electricity, and reduced emissions of 200 million tons of carbon – equivalent to planting 270 million trees.

In an effort to reduce urban transport emissions – the industry that generates 25% of the world’s total carbon emissions, Huawei recently launched the next generation 40kW FusionCharge DC charging module at the Professional Exhibition & Conference. 35th International Electric Vehicle Theme (EVS35). This charging module ensures reliable long-term operation in harsh environments with an annual failure rate of less than 0.2%; 1% more efficient and 10dB more noise reduction than the industry average. Rated EMC Class B, the 40kW FusionCharge’s wide voltage range enables charging for different vehicle models (voltages). And when equipped with Huawei’s charging module, each 120kW charging pile can save 1140kWh of electricity per year. The mPower smart electric vehicle engine segment will be the future of the energy infrastructure industry, especially as global electric vehicle sales have reached 6.6 million units in 2021 and the EU is looking to discontinue the production of fuel-powered vehicles. fossil fuels by 2035.

“As a leader in digital energy research and development, Huawei Digital Power is committed to working with all like-minded partners to promote digital energy solutions in Vietnam to maximize optimize the power network, reduce emissions and improve efficiency. At the same time, Huawei will stand side by side with Vietnam in achieving the goal of achieving “zero” net emissions by 2050, contributing to realizing Vietnam’s commitment to the world, and at the same time bringing prosperity, improving the quality of life for Vietnamese people”Mr. Nho Thong emphasized.



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