Huawei Digital Power Zero Carbon Network Solution Released to Help Operators Achieve Carbon Neutral Targets2021-02-25         Follow @huaweinewos Tweet to @huaweinewos
At MWC Shanghai 2021, Huawei Vice President and Head of Digital Power Product Line, Mr. Zhou Taoyuan, released the Digital Power Zero Carbon Network Solution at Huawei’s media communication conference, which aims to help operators to: Implementing the zero carbon networks strategy and accelerating green and sustainable development worldwide.
Low carbon is an important issue in human society right now. The world’s leading economies are making commitments to achieve their carbon-neutral goals and setting timelines to successfully achieve these goals around 2050. Businesses are moving towards sustainable growth and green development. Operators and traditional energy giants have proposed carbon neutral targets. With a promising carbon neutrality movement emerging globally, the energy industry must evolve towards digitization and low carbonization to achieve carbon neutrality.
“The Zero Carbon Network has become an important strategic target for leading operators around the world,” said Mr. Zhou Taoyuan. In the context of carbon neutrality, renewable energy will play a vital role in the energy industry in the future. Global ICT energy consumption is constantly increasing. Global electricity consumption is estimated to reach 5% by 2030. Low carbonization and reduction of energy consumption are the two main development directions of operators.
Mr. Zhou Taoyuan stated that Huawei’s Zero Carbon Network Solution combined with the Intelligent Power Cloud encourages operators to move towards low-carbon, green and sustainable development when faced with internal and external challenges.
Huawei Zero Carbon Network Solution includes Simplified Site, Simplified Equipment Room, Simplified and Simplified DC, and Green Power for All.
First, Simplified Construction Site, field transformation from indoor to open spaces as well as knife field. In this way, the room is shifted to the pillar after the closet. Comprehensive pole-based field distribution helps to reduce power consumption and save electricity and rental fees.
Second, the Simplified Equipment Room allows newly built cabinets to replace rooms. For capacity expansion, the new room, cable modernization, and the lack of new AC save power consumption, space and engineering.
In addition, Simplified DC allows for architecture reshaping through fully prefabricated and modular construction, reducing TTM from 20 months to 6 months. Predictive maintenance and efficiency improvement is achieved through power reshaping based on high density, efficiency and energy saving solutions. Reshaping Cooling is provided by Indirect Evaporative Cooling and iCooling. Compared to traditional solutions, PUE is 17% reduced. The smart operation and maintenance solution is used to reshape operation and maintenance, improve operation and maintenance efficiency by 35%.
Finally, Green Power for All allows green energy to go to sites, CO chambers and data centers to reach all scenarios with solar access and provide green connections and environmentally friendly computing.
The above four solutions combine with Intelligent Power Cloud to reduce energy consumption costs and ultimately increase energy efficiency thanks to intelligent power that integrates source-network-load-and storage.
Huawei Digital Power has deep experience in power electronics, information and communication technologies and digital technologies, and is dedicated to green power generation and efficient power consumption. Total green energy production is 325 billion kWh, equivalent to saving 10 billion kWh of electricity and currently planting 220 million trees. “It is our goal and mission to effectively contribute to the world’s carbon neutrality,” said Mr. Zhou Taoyuan. Huawei Digital Power Zero Network Solution will help Operators move towards low-carbon sustainable development and accelerate the global carbon neutralization process.
MWC Shanghai 2021 will be held in Shanghai, China, from 23 February to 25 February. Huawei exhibits its products and solutions at E10, E50 and E90 booths in Hall N1 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC). For more information, please visit https://carrier.huawei.com/en/events/mwcs2021.