Huawei Japan (Corporate) Network Evolution and Green Development Advocated by Huawei – 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27)

Huawei Japan (Corporate)
Network Evolution and Green Development Advocated by Huawei – The 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27)
Proposing the introduction of NCIe (Network Carbon Intensity Energy) as an index for evaluating network energy efficiency

[November 10, 2022, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt] Huawei (Chinese: Huawei Technologies, English: HUAWEI) executives said on the 10th that information and communication technology (ICT) will advance the digitization of industry and He announced a grand attempt to bring about global innovation through ripple effects and realize the greening (=environmentally friendly) of all industries.
This was stated at the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, in a session hosted by the United Nations Climate Change Convention (UNFCCC) Global Innovation Hub (UGIH). It’s a thing. Philippe Wang, senior vice president of Huawei’s North Africa region, noted the “positive externalities” of ICT, saying, “ICT can have a positive environmental impact on other industries as well.” I am giving.”
“5G, artificial intelligence, data analytics, and cloud computing all contribute to reducing energy usage. By reducing carbon dioxide emissions, we should be able to improve processes across industries.” Mr. Wang stated that 5G wireless base stations can also utilize ICT, just as street lights automatically turn off when unmanned. With the power of ICT, it can automatically shut down as soon as there is no data traffic, saving energy.
However, the base station requires a power supply and an antenna. Huawei has therefore replaced diesel generators with solar panels, a cleaner source of electricity, in Nigeria and Angola. At the same time, we developed a green 5G antenna that can cover an area with a radius of up to 500 meters with about half the transmission power. This has resulted in a 30% reduction in energy consumption.
At the session on the 10th of the same day, Mr. Luis Neves, CEO of the Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), emphasized that digital technology can be a trump card against climate issues. “By introducing digital technology, we can make great strides toward solving sustainability issues. A world where 10 billion people can live healthy and cultured lives is no longer a dream.” And companies have to consider both their carbon footprint and their carbon handprint.”
To this end, ITU-T members, including Huawei, have proposed standards for measuring network energy usage. Known as the Network Carbon Intensity energy metric, this standard has already been formally approved by the ITU-T on October 19 as the “Recommendation ITU-T L.1333”.
According to Nompilo Morafo, Chief Sustainability and Corporate Affairs Officer at MTN Group, the key to achieving the ‘net-zero’ goal lies in “sustainable and measurable actions”. . Morafo also emphasized that “the use of digital technologies has the potential to improve the generation of green energy and the power efficiency of all
industries.”
The session of the United Nations Climate Change Convention (UNFCCC) Global Innovation Hub (UGIH) titled “ICT for Green” will enable the development of green energy in all industries by utilizing innovative ICT technologies, A discussion was held on how to accelerate the global net-zero effort.
[Image

rehow

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

%d bloggers like this: