Huawei to expand its zero-carbon renewable energy business in Brazil
The leading information technology group Huawei has continued to expand its zero-carbon renewable energy business in Brazil.
For this, the company has been working through its subsidiary Huawei Digital Power, which is a leader in the development of smart electronic devices for the generation and storage of renewable energy.
According to the company, it signed two memorandum of understanding with Megacomm Solar and Connectoway last month. It has been informed that these will be new distribution channels for Huawei's photovoltaic equipment in Brazil.
“Our mission is to expand the use of renewable energy and accelerate the digitalization of the electricity sector in Brazil to promote carbon neutrality in various sectors of the economy”, Mason Qing, president of Huawei Digital Power in Brazil, commented.
According to the Brazilian Photovoltaic Solar Energy Association and National Electric Energy Agency, Brazil produced 13.6 GW of operational solar power in 2021.
With this, Brazil is ranked 14th in the International Renewable Energy Agency global ranking of countries with the most use of solar energy.
“We are very satisfied with the exponential results achieved, and even more determined to expand our commercial partnerships with Distributors in the domestic market. In this way, contribute to the dissemination of the concept of zero carbon renewable energy," Leonardo Cyrino, CEO of HDT Energy in Brazil, was quoted.