Huawei has the largest energy storage in the world, its capacity is 1,300 MWh

Huawei has the largest energy storage in the world, its capacity is 1,300 MWh

Huawei energy storage – Huawei Digital Energy Technology was just founded on June 7, 2021. The company was built with a registered capital of RMB 3 billion.

Recently Huawei held the Global Digital Power Summit 2021 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, which participants from 67 countries attended. This event aims to inspire collective action to develop a low-carbon and smarter society powered by digital technology.

At this event, Huawei Digital Energy Technology and Shandong Electric Power Construction (SEPCO3) successfully signed the Red Sea New City energy storage project. Huawei stated that the energy storage capaciity of the project reaches 1300 MWh, which is by far the largest energy storage project in the world.

Reporting from Gizmochina (October 19), the Red Sea New City Energy Storage Project is one of the important parts of the Saudi Vision 2030 plan. For information, the plan is a strategic framework to reduce the country’s dependence on oil, diversify the economy, and devellop public service sectors such as health, education, infrastructure, recreation, and tourism.

The main development of this project is ACWA Power, and the EPC contractor is SEPCO3. The New Red Sea City, or Neom, is located on the coast of the Red Sea, and Saudi Arabia aims to meet the entire energy needs of the city by renewable energy sources only.

Huawei Digital Energy Technology was just founded on June 7, 2021. The company was built with a registered capital of RMB 3 billion and employed Hu Houkun, Huawei’s Vice Chairman as its legal representative.

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