Huawei Signs Contract With SEPCOPIII For Red Sea Project

Huawei Digital Power ended its Global Power Summit 2021 in Dubai with a spectacular light show with the theme ‘Building a Low-carbon and Green Future’. The company claims that over 500 participants from 67 countries attended the summit.

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Among other things, at the summit Huawei signed MoUs with Grupo IMELSA and HYBRICO Energy for strategic collaboration on clean energy and green infrastructure development.

Huawei also signed a key contract with SEPCOIII for The Red Sea Project with 400 MW PV plus 1300 MWh battery energy storage solution (BESS), which is currently the world’s largest energy storage project.

In the keynote speech at the summit, Charles Yang, SVP of Huawei and President of Global Marketing Sales and Services at Huawei Digital Power, said: “Carbon neutrality has become a global consensus and mission. To achieve that goal, power production needs to be low carbonized, and power consumption needs to be electrified. Huawei has deeply integrated digital and power electronics technologies to create all-scenario low-carbon energy solutions, covering the whole energy flow from green power generation to efficient power consumption.”

Charles Yang, SVP, Huawei

Partnership for a Greener and Bright Future

Huawei Digital Power adheres to the strategy of open hardware, open-source software, and layered collaboration with industry players. Mr. Yang noted how the company will use digital technologies to manage power electronics and equipment, providing simplified, green, smart, and secure solutions for clean power generation, green ICT infrastructure, transportation electrification, and integrated smart energy.

Call for Carbon Neutrality Initiative

Carbon neutrality has become a global consensus and mission. At the summit, Huawei Digital Power called for global action to pursue low-carbon and sustainable development, which requires continuous innovations, the adoption of green practices, and banding together to build an open and win-win ecosystem.

Liu Fangjiang, President of SEPCOIII International, Eaman Al Roudhan, CEO of Zain Kuwait, Sen. Rocio Adriana Abreu Artinaño, President of the Energy Commission, Senate of the Republic of Mexico, Ahmad Abdulkarim Julfar, Board Member, Executive, Managing Director at du, and Simon McCormick, CTO of Echelon, have all backed the Huawei initiative during the summit. They were joined by Mr. Yang

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