Huawei to enable ASEAN to support climate change and green development

Huawei to enable ASEAN to support climate change and green development

Jeffrey Liu, president of Huawei Asia Pacific, said Huawei would benefit from its digital power innovation to enable ASEAN to support climate change and green development.

Liu made the remarks at the online ASEAN-China Digital Economy Development and Cooperation Forum 2021 on Friday.

Potential climate change has had significant regional implications for six of ASEAN’s 20 weakest regions in the world.

Over the years, ASEAN has addressed climate change through a variety of environmental, economic and social activities.

“Globally, we need a green industrial revolution aimed at carbon neutrality. As the digital economy grows, the pace of emission reductions will help countries manage the risk of trade disruptions and secure more free trade agreements, ‘said Jeffrey Liu.

ICT technology is an important enabler to reduce emissions in energy conservation and other industries. The reduction in carbon emissions from other industries enabled by ICT technology is estimated to be 10 times higher than the amount of carbon emitted by ICT industries themselves.

‘Huawei will develop its digital power business and provide digital power solutions for a variety of industries, using technical expertise in the cloud and other innovative technologies as well as extensive experience in electronic electronics and energy storage,’ said Huawei, president of ASEAN Pacific.

To promote renewable energy, Huawei has deployed its digital energy solutions in more than 170 countries and territories, serving one-third of the world’s population.

As of December 2020, these solutions have generated 325 billion kilowatts of electricity from renewable sources and saved a total of 10 billion kilowatts. These efforts have resulted in a 160 million tonne reduction in CO2 emissions.

In Singapore, for example, Huawei FusionSolar Solutions has partnered with Sunsap Group, a solar solution provider that builds the world’s largest offshore floating photovoltaic (PV) farms.

The five-hectare solar plant with 13,312 solar panels, 40 inverters and more than 30,000 floats is estimated to generate 6,022,500 kilowatts of energy per year, according to Huawei.

Offsetting an estimated 4,258 tons of carbon dioxide, the island will supply enough electricity for 1,250 four-room public housing flats.

“Huawei Green is committed to promoting integrated ICT solutions that will help other industries conserve energy and reduce emissions,” said Jeffrey Liu.

“We will work with ASEAN to reduce carbon footprints for an energy-efficient, eco-friendly low-carbon society by using clean energy production, electric transport and smart energy storage,” he added.


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Rabins Sharma Lamichhane

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane is the owner of RabinsXP who is constantly working for increasing the Internet of Things (IoT) in Nepal. He also builds android apps and crafts beautiful websites. He is also working with various social services. The main aim of Lamichhane is to digitally empower the citizens of Nepal and make the world spiritually sound better both in terms of technology and personal development. Rabins is also the first initiator of Digital Nepal.

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