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Huawei showcases Intelligent Distribution Solution at World Energy Congress

by Madaline Dunn

At the 26th World Energy Congress, which is taking place in Rotterdam this week, Huawei is showcasing its Intelligent Distribution Solution (IDS). 

Developed in collaboration with ecosystem partners, the IDS aims to tackle the electric power industry’s most pressing challenges, including high line loss, unreliable service, and the burden of managing new energy loads, it was shared.

According to the company, its IDS optimises power distribution, enhances grid reliability, and facilitates the integration of renewable energy sources.

Its architecture is built on a “cloud-pipe-edge-pipe-device” framework, which includes an on-premise private cloud as the digital foundation, both wired and wireless solutions for the backhaul network, an all-in-one edge computing unit (ECU) for lean management, and next-generation high-speed power line carrier communication (HPLC) on the low-voltage side. 

This enables real-time measurable observations, enabling utility providers to optimise their operations, reduce costs, and improve customer satisfaction by identifying and repairing faults before power outages occur.

The solution has already been implemented in several provinces in China, including Shaanxi province, in collaboration with the State Grid Shaanxi Electric Power Co., Ltd and partners.

Further, it has enabled the integration of over 50,000 residential photovoltaic sites, and more than 1,000 large-scale 10kV photovoltaic sites have achieved 100% access and consumption.

“Huawei’s Intelligent Distribution Solution enables power enterprises to shift from single-point digitalization of power distribution rooms to architecture-supported, evolvable, open, and systematic intelligence. With an open digital ecosystem, we can stimulate grassroots creativity internally and make industry and cross-industry capabilities available to customers externally,” said David Sun, Vice President of Huawei and CEO of Huawei’s Electric Power Digitalization BU.

The company shared that the solution has also delivered promising initial test results in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

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