CHINESE multinational technology company Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. wants to help the Philippines achieve its goal of increasing the use of renewable energy in the country.
Daniel Liu, SmartPV sales director at Huawei Philippines, announced at a virtual forum on Feb. 3 that the company continues to offer solar energy solutions in the country to support the government’s goal to increase the use of renewable energy.
He noted that the Philippines is aiming to hit a target of 35% of power from renewables over the next decade.
The company offers a smart solar panel called Smart PV solutions.
“For solar energy users, Huawei launched an advanced solution for commercial, industrial and residential customers based on the ‘Optimal Electricity Cost and Active Safety’ concept,” Huawei Philippines said in an e-mailed statement on Feb. 4.
The company said it will continue to support the country’s renewable energy plans “to empower each individual, home, and organization and win together to build a better connected world.”
Also announced at the event were solutions updates on connectivity, computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and applications.
Such solutions are expected to create more value and support the rollout of 5G technology in the country, Huawei Philippines said. — Arjay L. Balinbin