• Choose product to compare

Cancel
Compare with CISCO
Compare with H3C
  • Choose product to compare

Cancel
Compare with CISCO
Compare with H3C
  • Choose product to compare

Cancel
Compare with CISCO
Compare with H3C
  • Choose product to compare

Cancel
Compare with CISCO
Compare with H3C

Energy Internet Extra (10/2015)

Comment

He Dabing

Huawei’s Vision for the Energy Internet

Energy transformation has reached a crossroads. Global primary energy consumption in 2010 was about 550 exajoules, nearly 25 times higher than in 1830 [www.theoildrum.com/node/8936]. Each exajoule is equal to 174 million barrels of oil.

Features

Energy Internet — Not a Simple Equation

More than the simple addition of “Internet+ energy” or a business model for energy transactions, the Energy Internet means universal connectivity for the entire industry chain.

Extracting Full Value from Electric Utility Monitoring Schemes

Non-operational data from transformer and substation monitoring can account for 80% of the value gained from advanced monitoring and diagnostics.

China’s Internet+ Route to Energy Intelligence

Over time, China’s “Internet+” initiative will transform electric power generation, distribution, and consumption.

Digital Transformation Is Redefining Oil & Gas

In the future, ICT technologies will substantially change the entire oil and gas industry.

ICT Innovation Empowers the Smart Grid

Smart Grids transform the future of utility infrastructure.

The Digital Energy Platform (R)evolution

The future will be shaped through digital industry platforms and ecosystems.

Mobility in the Oil and Gas Industry

LTE and other wireless technologies are revolutionizing oil field communications with fast, inexpensive broadband connectivity.

Energy Internet Paradigm Raises Core Issues

Open connectivity between end-users and widely distributed sources of renewable energy appear to be inevitable.

Special Report

Key “Things” about Energy—An Interview with Sanqi Li, Huawei Chief Scientist

The Energy Internet is an important segment of overall Industrial Internet solutions. We expect Huawei to empower E2E Energy Internet solutions through partnership and open ecosystem foundations.

ICT Boosts the Energy Internet Era

Large-scale electricity networks become modernized with the addition of ICT connectivity and information services.

Focus

Enabling Interactive Electrical Grids

Huawei’s power-line solution significantly improves communication in the Advanced Metering Infrastructure processing system.

Preparing Smart Grids for IP/MPLS Networks

Smart Grids require intelligent communication networks to implement dispatch automation.

China National Petroleum Corporation Transitions to IPv6

Using an IPv6 IoT network, CNPC has simplified network O&M, and boosted the rates of oil and gas recovery.

Prediction Models for Oilfield Production

Sensor networks combined with data mining analysis of critical operations are bringing the oil and gas industry into the IoT era.

Success

Sinopec Jiujiang Pioneers an Intelligent Factory

The Jiujiang Branch of China energy giant Sinopec is implementing an intelligent factory strategy as a model for Industry 4.0.

Achieving Grid Parity with Photovoltaics

Players from various industries turn to cross-border convergence to accelerate the construction of “Internet+ photovoltaics.”

Remote Management Secures Vital Gas Pipeline

New automation, security, and remote management technologies allow pipeline engineers thousands of kilometers apart to collaborate effectively.

Huawei’s IoT Vision for the Digital Oilfield

With oil prices falling, producers need the efficiency of mobile solutions built on the IoT.

Book Review

The Third Industrial Revolution

Historically, economic revolutions have sprung from the convergence of new communication technologies and new energy systems. Today, Internet technologies and renewable energies are about to collide to create a powerful new infrastructure for a Third Industrial Revolution.