According to the Science and Technology Innovation Board Daily, Huawei stated at the 2021 TrustInTech Summit that one of the key directions for future efforts is to comprehensively accelerate the low-carbon transformation of cities, focus on low-carbon parks and buildings, and achieve “source-” through integrated smart energy. The integration of network-load-storage” realizes cost reduction and efficiency improvement.
Currently, the Shenzhen Antuoshan base of Huawei Digital Energy is under construction and is expected to be put into use next year. After completion, it will be the world’s largest “optical storage direct-flexible” near-zero carbon park, which can produce 1.5 million kWh of photovoltaic green power each year, and its annual power consumption will drop from more than 14 million kWh to 7 million kWh. 50%, reducing carbon emissions by more than 60%.
What is “Optical Storage, Straight and Soft”? As the name implies, “light” and “storage” respectively refer to the application of distributed photovoltaic and distributed energy storage to the interior and exterior of the building scene, and become an important part of the power distribution system; “direct” refers to the transformation of the building’s distribution grid from AC power It is direct current; “flexible” is flexible electricity, that is, building electrical equipment needs to have the ability to interrupt adjustment.