Huawei: We are dedicated to the development of technological innovations that will contribute to the construction of a “smart world” with low carbon emissions

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In the next two decades, at least 40 percent of energy in Serbia will come from renewable sources, and thanks to the latest solutions from Huawei, this goal is getting closer. By the end of June 2022, they have helped users generate 588.5 billion kilowatt-hours of “green” energy and save 17 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, it was highlighted at the event “Huawei Enterprise ICT Roadshow 2022: Digital and Green Day” which was held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade.

The event, which was officially opened by the director of the Huawei company in Serbia, Chen Chen, the director of the Office for Information Technology and Electronic Administration, Dr. Mihailo Jovanović, the ambassador of the People’s Republic of China in the Republic of Serbia, Her. E. Chen Bo, and Vice President of the Government of Serbia and Minister of Mining and Energy, prof. Dr. Zorana Mihajlović, gathered more than a hundred partners of the Huawei company.

A unique demonstration truck with state-of-the-art technological installations that facilitate processes in healthcare, education, e-government, finance, transport and many other industries was also presented at the event. In addition, the Huawei SKE – Huawei Solar System, which consists of several parts, both devices and technology, was also presented. It is based on the use of a digital and internet connection to connect to the solar panels installed on the user’s home or other facility.

In addition to Serbia, the truck will also visit other Central and Northern European countries during the year – Poland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey, Romania, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.

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Vice President of the Government of Serbia and Minister of Mining and Energy, prof. Zorana Mihajlović, Ph.D., pointed out that the process of energy transition is necessary both for the present and for the future, despite the global crisis.

“Cooperation with companies that bring new solutions is the key to the development of energy and the economy. It is important that we work together to ensure that these technologies are used in Serbia in order to overcome the period of slow development, especially when it comes to smart grids and solar panels. The path to “green” energy and economy is the only one that will ensure energy and national security,” said Mihajlović.

The Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to the Republic of Serbia, H.E. E. Chen Bo spoke about the importance of the ICT industry in the digital energy transition, both in China and in Serbia.

“I am convinced that there is a lot of room for cooperation between our two countries, China and Serbia, in areas such as smart photovoltaic systems and “green” energy solutions. “Today’s event is an ideal opportunity to get acquainted with the latest technologies of the Huawei company, especially in the field of digital energy, and I believe it is also an opportunity for Serbia to better understand the latest Chinese technology and open up new opportunities for further cooperation,” said H.E. Chen Bo.

Director of the Office for Information Technology and Electronic Administration, Dr. Mihailo Jovanović, said that Serbia will reduce carbon emissions and make networks more energy efficient precisely by using innovative technological products.

“One of the five global companies with which the Government of Serbia has an agreement is Huawei, which continuously monitors and introduces new technologies. In addition, it is guided by the strategy of reducing carbon emissions, increasing the use of renewable energy, promoting the circular economy and preserving nature with the help of technology. By joining forces, with the help of innovative products and solutions, we will reduce the emission of harmful gases and make networks more energy efficient. Already this year, we expect the export of the ICT sector to exceed 2.5 billion euros, and the fact that six years ago this amount was six million euros shows how much of a success this is,” said Jovanović.

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Director of Huawei in Serbia, Chen Chen, pointed out that Huawei is committed to building a “smart” world with low carbon emissions.

“One of our primary focuses is the development of technological innovations aimed at solving the challenges faced by society on a global level. Thanks to our solutions, we managed to offset 290 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions worldwide, which is equivalent to planting 390 million trees. We are proud of the fact that our solutions will contribute to the realization of the vision of the Ministry of Mining and Energy for the construction of “Green Serbia”, with the goal that by 2040 at least 40 percent of energy will come from renewable sources. Our solutions fit into this goal, as they enable different industry sectors to improve their electricity supply not only in a more economical but also in a more environmentally friendly way. “We will continue to invest in basic digital energy technologies, the development of “clean” energy and enabling its digitalization,” said Chen Chen.

A unique Huawei demonstration truck was also presented at the event, with the latest products of this company, some of which are Campus Networks, Data Centers, as well as Huawei Clouds, which provides stable and reliable cloud services. These are the latest installations that facilitate processes in areas such as health, education, e-Government, finance, electricity, transport, production, ISP, data centers, cloud solutions, and others.

The company Huawei started its work with the production of communication products. In order to meet the demands of the users, over time it developed into a company dedicated to integrated energy solutions, energy saving and reducing the emission of harmful gases. 11 years ago, it established the Digital Power Product Line for grid energy, dedicated to solutions in the field of photovoltaics, database facilities and power plants.

Huawei is dedicated to introducing as many people as possible to the benefits of digital technologies. In the future, it will continuously work on the gathering and support of talents, and it still does so today through several programs. Among them is Seeds for the Future, through which several thousand students from as many as 26 countries have passed, as well as the ICT Academy, which has so far been attended by more than 11 thousand students around the world.

Source: New Media Team Serbia

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