As a global leader in digital infrastructure, Huawei is committed to Europe's energy and climate transition, and supports its partners in the in the telecommunication sector with advanced, energy-saving technologies and solutions. In addition, Huawei supports customers in many other areas, such as the energy industry, industrial manufacturing and transportation.
Huawei strongly believes that accelerated digitization will have a positive impact on environmental and climate protection and, at the same time, strengthen the competitiveness of the German economy. Digitization is the key to combine economic growth with environmental and climate protection.
Huawei, furthermore, is convinced that the carbon footprint of the digital infrastructure itself can be significantly reduced through the increased use of renewable energies and through holistic approaches that encompass society, business, industry and politics.
But how to shape these approaches and where to start? That was Huawei’s initial question when they first approached the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy at the beginning of 2021. What emerged was a common project, ShapingDIT, which uses the specific areas of action of the circulare conomy, the mobility transition and the agricultural and food transition to identify the transformation potential of digitalisation. Dr Stephan Ramesohl and Ingobert Veith, VP Public Policy at Huawei Technologies Deutschland GmbH will present the key results at hub.berlin 2022.
Join Huawei on June 22, 2022, 3:40-4:00 p.m. on the Stereo Stage.