Recently, the 2022 G20 Bali Summit was put to a perfect end in Indonesia. Indonesia's thousands of industries are actively responding to the changes of the new period. In the past few years, Indonesia's economy has maintained rapid growth, but it is also under pressure due to the global economic weakness and the COVID-19 epidemic. In recent years, the Indonesian government has proposed plans to strengthen infrastructure construction to boost economic growth. Investment policies are open. Energy market is attractive to international investment. RUPTL predicts that the power demand in Indonesia will grow at a rate of 4.9% per year. By 2027, 79 million customers will have 443 TWh of electricity demand.
Building a Fate Community of Electric Power in Indonesia, Energy Issues Can't be Negliged.
Energy development in Asia-Pacific is moving along the direction of green, low-carbon, clean and efficient. Renewable energy will become the main source of electricity supply growth in the next 5-10 years. Obviously, Indonesia is one of the countries with the strongest growth in energy production and consumption in the Asia-Pacific region in recent years, and is becoming an important market and a major supply and demand growth point for the future global energy and electricity development.
Indonesia has a large population, fast economic growth, and high energy demand. It is critical to cooperate with ICT infrastructure service providers. After more than 10 years of service to customers and the industry, Huawei officially established the Electric Power Digitalization Business Unit in March this year. It combines industry partners to find technologies for scenarios, so Huawei can serve power customers quickly and efficiently. Huawei has cooperated a lot with Indonesia's energy power industry in the ICT field and support Indonesia's electric energy industry in digital transformation.
Digital transformation is the key to supporting energy transformation and finally achieving zero emission.
Facing the goal of net zero emission, Indonesia, the G20 presidency, proposed the "Bali Roadmap" on energy transition as a global initiative, in which the use of Intelligent and clean energy technologies was identified as one of three major initiatives to accelerate energy transition. Indonesia's energy and electric power industry enterprises should adopt digital transformation, increase the use of digital intelligent technologies, and proactively build a future-oriented zero-carbon smart energy system. In addition, these enterprises should also strengthen innovation cooperation in green technologies, and strengthen integrated market cooperation. Digital transformation of power system is a key project, which needs to be attached great importance from the strategic level.
At First, through the zero-carbon transformation, energy saving and consumption reduction, gradually decarbonizing through the full-life-cycle management of carbon assets, negative-carbon technology and market trading, and finally achieve the net zero emission.
Secondly, through energy transformation, the energy production and consumption mode will be transformed to green energy conservation and high-efficiency economy, from a single centralized energy supply mode to a multi-diverse distributed energy system, so as to achieve efficient coordination of comprehensive energy and improve the comprehensive energy utilization efficiency.
Thirdly, through digital transformation, transform from informatization to digitalization, and finally achieve smartization, providing digital support for zero-carbon transformation and energy transformation.
Huawei's Innovative Digital Technologies will contribute to Indonesia's Sustainable Development.
Digitization is reshaping Asia-Pacific economies, and countries will boost their growth potential by investing in digital infrastructure and manpower. The power industry is related to the national economy and national security of Indonesia. In the medium and long-term development strategic planning of enterprises, the green, low carbon, reliability and security of critical infrastructure of electric power system are crucial.
On the green "source" side, Indonesia's future power system will be connected to a high proportion of new energy sources such as photovoltaic and wind power. Huawei actively explores the practice of low-carbon smart campuses in China, helping customers achieve 85% power supply through renewable energy and 100% power for terminal energy consumption. The annual emission reduction is 5600t of carbon dioxide.
In terms of economy, Huawei uses microwave and Wi-Fi ad hoc networking and artificial intelligence technologies to develop an intelligent inspection solution for transmission lines. This solution greatly improves O&M efficiency, reduces O&M costs, and helps improve the economy of Indonesia's power supply.
In terms of security, we mainly use the three-layer protection mechanism to help customers protect the digital space security of the power system. At the transmission layer of the electric power communication network, Huawei's MS-OTN technology is used to establish dual planes to build a high reliability and redundancy electric communication network that meets future electric power service requirements. At the network access layer, zero-trust network and abnormal traffic monitoring are used to strictly prevent network intrusion. At the data layer, the four-layer anti-rampion solution ensures zero data tampering, zero deletion, and zero loss. These solutions have been successfully practiced in Indonesia and many power companies around the world.
To this end, Huawei participated in the 77th Indonesia National Power Day which was held in Jakarta from November 29 to 30, 2022 and delivered a keynote speech on Unleash the Unique Value of Digital for Indonesia Net-Zero Emissions. Government officials, energy industry experts, researchers, and partners from Indonesia and Asia Pacific gathered together and discussed the development trend of the regional energy and the future of green and low carbon transformation.
Not only Indonesia, but also the Asia-Pacific region is expected to make greater progress in energy digital transformation. Huawei will provide innovative infrastructure for Asia-Pacific enterprises to explore new opportunities for sustainable development and economic growth.
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