the Asia Pacific The region has substantial potential for renewable energy development thanks to ambitious carbon neutrality targets, abundant untapped renewable energy sources and strong prospects for economic growth. “The share of renewables in electricity capacity in 2020 has increased to 33.5%, a deviation of 1.5% from the 2025 target, with hydro and solar plants becoming the largest contribution to production green energy,” said Mr. Nuki Agya UtamaExecutive Director of the ASEAN Energy Center (ACE).
Huawei Digital Power, tasked with improving the energy efficiency of digital infrastructure and increasing the share of renewable energy in power generation, wants to join forces with regional partners and customers to meet the growing demand for energy cleanliness and sustainability of ICT.
“Global climate change is one of the biggest challenges we face today, and green energy has become the global consensus and the best way to deal with this challenge. But to achieve carbon neutrality, the Electricity generation must be low-carbon and power consumption must be electrified using advanced digital technologies.” Said Sun BohanPresident of Huawei Digital Power APAC.
Smart photovoltaic and energy storage solutions for all scenarios
At the forum, Huawei demonstrated to the audience the latest all-scenario smart PV and energy storage solutions for utility-scale PV power plants, energy storage systems, commercial and industrial applications, residential uses and micro -intelligent networks. The deployment will help accelerate the adoption of solar energy as a primary energy source and enable industries and households to benefit from green electricity.
- FusionSolar Smart PV Solution 6.0+ for higher yields: Huawei delivers optimal levelized cost of electricity (LCOE), enhanced network connection capabilities, and improved security through continuous innovation in chain design to address key industry challenges. Key technologies of its Smart PV solution include Smart DC System (SDS), Smart IV Curve Diagnosis 4.0, Smart String-Level Disconnector Technology (SSLD-TECH) and Grid Forming.
- Smart String Energy Storage System (ESS) for optimal levelized cost of energy storage (LCOS): With over ten years of R&D experience in ESS, Huawei integrates digital, power electronics and energy storage technologies into a unique smart chain structure to overcome the limitations of lithium batteries. Suitable for peak clipping and frequency regulation, Huawei’s Smart String ESS offers a flexible and cost-effective solution with higher profit potential.
- Residential smart PV 3.0 solution for a better life: Featuring a smart energy controller that connects a module controller, ESS, EV charger and management system, the new generation of integrated residential smart PV solution enables a smart energy consumption ecosystem. This improves the PV self-consumption rate to 90% from 70% in the previous generation, bringing a complete clean energy experience to homes with lower electricity costs, active security and smart assistance.
- Commercial & Industrial (C&I) Smart PV Solution 2.0 for a sustainable business: The new generation of the C&I Smart PV solution comes with a brand new three-phase inverter (SUN2000-50KTL-M3), a Smart String ESS (LUNA-200kWh-2H0), which can be coupled to the 100kW power conditioning system ( PCS) and an intelligent PV optimizer (MERC-1100W/1300W-P). It will enable businesses in all sectors to enter a low-carbon era with optimized electricity costs, active security and intelligent O&M for an improved experience.
- Smart microgrid solution for clean and reliable power supply: Huawei launched the Smart Micro-grid solution to support the seamless online transition of medium voltage off/on grid switching. Compared to traditional power generation from oil, Huawei’s solution reduces the LCOE by more than 50%. It effectively reduces losses in the event of a power outage, helping to achieve zero carbon production and eliminate the energy divide.
Embrace a low-carbon ICCA
Huawei is now partnering with several customers in this region to advance the growth and adoption of solar power, contributing to a low-carbon APAC. For example, Huawei’s string inverters have been installed on Sunseap Group’s floating solar park. With 13,312 solar panels, 40 inverters and more than 30,000 floats, it is estimated to produce up to 6,022,500 kWh of energy per year, providing enough electricity for 1,250 four-room social housing units on the island and offsetting approximately 4,258 tonnes of carbon dioxide. .
Digitalization is driving development and decarbonization ensures that this development is sustainable. These are the two engines of green development in the region. “Digitalization helps to improve the safety, accessibility and sustainability of the energy system subject to security and privacy. Digitalization will have a massive impact on the energy sector through artificial intelligence (AI) to The energy sector, in turn, can use these digital tools to improve operations and potential digitalization transformation to create a highly interconnected energy system,” said HE Dr. Ty NorinSecretary of State Ministry of Mines and Energy of Cambodia.
During the panel discussion, guest speakers shared their views on the latest trends in the renewable energy and BESS markets. They believed that solar energy would grow faster in the region because clean energy would be more cost-effective and easy to deploy, and the BESS would play a vital role in the energy mix.
Committed to offering best-in-class products and services, Huawei will create more value for customers by further strengthening its cutting-edge green energy generation and storage technologies, helping to build a sustainable, low-emission future. carbon for the future. Asia Pacific Region.