Technology giant Huawei has recently held the top 10 trends of digital power media communication conference held virtually.
Huawei vice-president and digital power product line president Zhou Taoyuan shared his insights on the future trends of digital power at the conference.
Highlighting the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement, he first pointed out that carbon neutrality is the top priority task in the contemporary world.
Since more than 110 countries have committed to the ‘Carbon Neutrality’ goal, it is important to modernise the energy infrastructure and accelerate the transformation from fossil energy to renewable energy.
In the conference, Huawei vice-president and digital power product line CMO Fang Liangzhou introduced the ‘Top 10 Trends of Digital Power’ predicted by Huawei which includes power digitalisation, green energy for all, efficient E2E architecture, AI boost, simple and convergent network, autonomous driving, comprehensive and smart energy, intelligent ESS and super-fast charging.
‘Digital Power will move towards Simple and Convergent network, including architecture convergent, simplified form, and prefabricated modules. Energy devices will become compact, lightweight, and modularized.’ said, Fang Liangzhou.
Huawei emphasised the innovative integration of digital and energy technologies that enable intelligent management of power generation, power transmission, power distribution, power storage, and power consumption, substantially improving energy efficiency.
The company also believes that AI will be widely applied to the energy field and will replace experts’ functions to enable independent system collaboration.
As the energy industry gradually transforms to digitalisation, the traditional manual O&M mode will be changed, and the energy network O&M will achieve autonomous driving.
The traditional energy system will be changed from Silo architecture and isolated management to comprehensive smart management, achieving the goal of E2E collaboration, including power generation, power distribution, and transformation as well as power consumption.
Highlights of the conference reflect on Huawei’s deeply engagement in the energy field for many years. By integrating power electronics and digital technologies, Huawei opts to achieve green power generation and efficient power consumption, which can promote digital transformation and the development of the digital economy.
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