Firm accelerates green venture for a solar-powered World

By Guardian Reporter , The Guardian
Published at 06:17 PM Mar 29 2024
Xia Hesheng, President of Huawei Sub-Saharan Africa, speaks at a summit in Dar es Salaam.
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Xia Hesheng, President of Huawei Sub-Saharan Africa, speaks at a summit in Dar es Salaam.

In the midst of a thriving solar market in the country, Huawei Digital Power is poised to deepen its green ecological investment strategy and commitment to shared benefits with the rest of the world to achieve the vision of a world powered by the best solar energy.

During a Fusion solar partner summit held in Dar es Salaam yesterday, the firm's digital chief, Xia Hesheng, unveiled the plan.

With the theme 'Lighting up a Greener Africa', the goal is to unite Huawei Digital Power channel partners to introduce the latest sustainable energy solutions in the industry.

Xia Hesheng, President of Huawei Digital Power Sub-Saharan Africa Region, stated that in the near future, carbon neutrality and intelligence will guide humanity towards an era of ecological civilization. 

"With the ongoing enhancement of photovoltaic generation efficiency and decreasing prices, the era of 'PV+ Storage parity' is approaching, making PV + energy storage the most cost-effective and widely adopted power solution," he remarked.

As a prominent vendor in the ICT industry, Huawei Digital Power offers significant contributions to the energy sector transformation through its advanced technologies in 4T-Bit, Thermal, Watt, and Battery systems.

This means that for the long-term development of the PV industry, Huawei can provide partners with a strong innovative portfolio, quality, Delivery, Service, OEM Brand and Training,” said Xia.

Huawei will establish a partnership system based on trust, profit, and simplicity.

The event also marked the release of Huawei Digital Power's channel partner policy, showcasing the company's dedication to fostering mutually beneficial relationships within an integrated ecosystem.

The ecosystem partner policies are centered around four key ‘PSEE’ measures; Profitability, ensuring partners remain profitable; Simplicity, streamlining policies for easier collaboration; Enablement, continuously enhancing partner capabilities; and Ecosystem, investing in ecosystem development.

Xia emphasized that during the past two decades, Huawei has laid a strong foundation in Africa and established information connection services across the continent. Looking ahead to the next two decades, Huawei aims to collaborate with partners to deliver pervasive energy services throughout Africa.

Nick Lusson, Vice President of Huawei Digital Power Eastern Africa Region, discussed the ongoing trends in the global smart PV industry, highlighting the rapid growth of smart string inverters, for which Huawei is a leading advocate worldwide.

He emphasized Huawei's dedication to escalating investments in smart PV technology to provide low-carbon and cleaner green energy to a wider audience, including individuals, households, and organizations. This commitment underscores Huawei's mission to extend clean energy access to every individual, home, and business.