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Huawei Unveils FusionSolar Smart PV & Storage Solution…& More
10:45 PM (Beijing Time) - 11. October 2021
Huawei unveils FusionSolar Smart PV & Storage Solution

At Intersolar Europe 2021, Huawei presented its FusionSolar All-Scenario Smart PV & Storage Solution, which will help photovoltaics become the main energy source, and in the process enable the company to achieve low-carbon power generation. (Photo Caption: Huawei)

Key Takeaways

  • Huawei presented the new-generation FusionSolar All-scenario Smart PV & Storage Solution, helping photovoltaics become the main energy source
  • Reliance Industries Ltd, through its subsidiary Reliance New Energy Solar Ltd, acquires REC Group from China National Bluestar (Group) Co. Ltd
  • JinkoPower signs cooperation framework agreement with relevant government departments and authorities to promote the pilot development of distributed PV on rooftops in the whole county of Anhui Province
  • Premier Li Keqiang emphasizes on the importance of regular supply of electricity and coal this winter till next spring
  • The National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Natural Resources and other 10 ministries issue Notice on the Issuance of National Guidelines for the Standardized and Healthy Development of Special Towns

Huawei unveils FusionSolar All-Scenario Smart PV & Storage Solution: At the Intersolar 2021 Europe show, Chinese multinational technology company Huawei presented the new-generation FusionSolar All-scenario Smart PV & Storage Solution, helping photovoltaics become the main energy source. The storage solution covers four scenarios: Large-scale Utility Scenario, Green Residential Power 2.0, Green C&I Power 1.0, and Off-grid (fuel removal) Power Supply Solutions and Energy Cloud – all of which aim to accelerate the shift to low-carbon generation and bridge the energy divide. In March 2021, Huawei had put forward a concept of ‘stringing, intelligent and modular design’ of energy storage systems to achieve better LCOS and ultimately help achieve the transition from photovoltaic parity to solar storage parity (see China PV News Snippets: JinkoPower, Huawei, State Grid)

Reliance Industries buys REC Solar from Chinese company: Indian multinational conglomerate company Reliance Industries Ltd, through its subsidiary Reliance New Energy Solar Ltd (RNESL), has acquired REC Group from ChemChina’s China National Bluestar (Group) Co. Ltd for RMB 4972.03 million ($771 million). RNESL will strongly support REC’s expansion plans, which include 2 GW to 3 GW cell and module capacity in Singapore, a 1 GW module plant in the US, and a new 2 GW cells and module unit in France (see India’s Mukesh Ambani Goes Solar Shopping)

JinkoPower signs 260 MW rooftop PV project in Anhui: Clean energy provider JinkoPower announced that it has signed a cooperation framework agreement with relevant government departments and authorities to promote the pilot development of distributed PV on rooftops in the whole county of Anhui Province. The total scale of the project will be 260 MW.

Chinese Premier encourages construction of large wind power and PV bases: Hosting an executive meeting of the State Council, Premier Li Keqiang emphasized on the importance of regular supply of electricity and coal this winter till next spring. For this, he said that the construction of large wind power and photovoltaic bases in Gobi desert areas should be accelerated, and also the development of emergency backup and peaking power. He also added that the construction of coal, natural gas, crude oil reserves and energy storage capacity should also be enhanced. All this will ensure the basic life of the people and also ensure smooth operation of the economy, he said.

NDRC & ministries encourage rooftop distributed PV development: China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the Ministry of Natural Resources and other 10 ministries issued the Notice on the Issuance of National Guidelines for the Standardized and Healthy Development of Special Towns. The document points out that towns should promote clean, low-carbon, safe and efficient use of energy, and also focus on non-fossil energy consumption and distributed energy development. The document also urges towns to carry out rooftop distributed photovoltaic development, clean heating and contract energy management.

 

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