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As the energy industry continues to transform, decarbonization, digitalization, and intelligence have become defining trends.
Indeed, given a range of unique market pressures — from the increased use of renewable energy and new power grid forms, to the integration of energy, information, and service flows; and challenges to electricity marketization and operations management — it's imperative that electric power companies continue to improve competitiveness. And this can only be achieved through digital transformation.
Huawei is committed to becoming the best transformation partner for the global electric power industry. Laying a digital platform and establishing an ecosystem of industry partners — a strategy coined as 'platform + ecosystem' — Huawei integrates innovative Information Communications Technology (ICT) and digital power platforms with best industry practices to provide three scenario-based solutions: Digital Grid, Digital Operations, and Digital Services. All three help electric power companies achieve secure, efficient, green, and sustainable development through transformation.
Full-stack technologies and solutions — covering cloud, pipe, edge, and device — enable the digital transformation of power grids. Comprehensive power grid status awareness and intelligent interconnection support secure, reliable, and efficient power grid operations.
By integrating technologies such as cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence (AI), big data, and Internet of Things (IoT), Huawei constructs a digital electric power platform that shares data and services by connecting data silos. Huawei uses this platform to work with industry partners to help electric power companies improve production, Operations and Maintenance (O&M), and operational efficiency.
Huawei works with ecosystem partners to provide electric power companies with scenario-based solutions, including multi-station integration, integrated energy services, and smart campuses. Such solutions help companies make the most of their infrastructure and resources, effectively digitalizing services in government, enterprise, and public spheres.
At HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 · Bangkok, Mr. Sri Hadi Agustama, Vice President of Network Services at ICON+ Electricity Company, shares ICON+ 's experience and outlook on digital transformation. As a subsidiary of PLN, Indonesia's state-own company, ICON+ as a subsidiary company of PLN has been making full use of PLN Group resources to roll out fiber optic cable network (competitive advantage) to actively address challenges such as growth in the number of various infrastructures, expansion of capacity, and structural changes, make an ecosystem on that. As one of the members of the ecosystem, Huawei has been working together to continuously increase Broadband Internet penetration in Indonesia, while always improving its service quality and creating more value for its partner.
Robert Mugo, the General Manager ICT at Kenya Power and Lighting Company, shares the practice of fiber optic data services in Kenya. In the next phase, KPLC will roll them out to the whole country and include them as a part of the smart grid initiative. He also concludes the reasons for this cooperation - Huawei's competitive R&D capabilities, cutting-edge solutions covering many fields for future business expansion and a strong support team.
Lv Xuebin, DC Director of the Equipment Department of the State Grid Shandong Electric Power Company, explains how Huawei's digital converter station solution is applied at the Yinan Converter Station in Shandong, offering flexible architecture and powerful performance.
The NHP target network uses the VC technology to carry SDH services on the live network and uses the OSU technology to carry video and IoT services. This ensures 100% security and reliability of the power production network and supports smooth evolution to new bearer systems, promoting digital transformation of the power production network. Huawei OptiXtrans E6600 and OptiXtrans E9600 products fully support the NHP technology and are applicable to power transmission and transformation scenarios in the electric power industry.
The OSU over PON technology introduces NHPs to the access network. Different OSU hard pipes carry different network signals, implementing convergence of multiple networks. OSU hard pipes can ensure secure transmission and isolation of different network signals. With OSU hard pipes, the power distribution communication network can enjoy both the low-cost FTTM and high-quality experience of NHPs.
Chen Luyu welcomes three industry experts — Wang Congsheng, Vice President of the China Electricity Technology Market Association, Wang Peihui, former Chief Information Officer (CIO) of China Resources Group, and Xia Wenbo, Chief Digital Transformation Officer (CDxO) of the Huawei Global Energy Business Unit — to discuss the future trends of intelligent power plants in the energy sector.
Take a journey to Zhongshan Power Supply Bureau with Experience Officer Li Mi to learn how Huawei has revolutionized power line inspections, delivering early risk warnings and identifying hidden hazards in the field.