On December 29, 2021, the third-generation 12 kW smart MIMO integrated blade power won the Golden Zizhu Award 2021 and was rated as the Excellent Product Technical Solution at the 2021 Communications Industry Conference and the 16th China Communications Technology Annual Conference. This award is an industry benchmark in China. The solution was jointly designed by China Mobile Design Institute and Huawei Digital Power and was praised for its simplified structure, eco-friendly design, and a high level of intelligence.
Replacing shelters with poles, the third-generation 12 kW smart blade power system redefines a site.
A China Mobile site in Beijing was reconstructed by using the third-generation 12 kW smart blade power system and deploying a PV system. The original energy-consuming shelter is transformed into a simpler and greener pole site with 12 kW large capacity and 97% high efficiency. Features such as AI-based peak staggering, intelligent peak shaving, intelligent measurement, energy slicing, and intelligent voltage boosting were implemented. These features eliminate manual maintenance, reduce OPEX, and greatly reduce energy consumption, achieving green power generation and efficient power consumption. After the reconstruction, the electricity fee was reduced by USD$1,800, and the carbon emission was cut by 6 tons per year, realizing 5G deployment without adding energy OPEX.
Before and after the reconstruction of Beihu No. 9 site in Chaoyang District of Beijing
5G presents great challenges to energy conservation and carbon reduction. The third-generation 12 kW smart blade power system helps reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions for carriers. Information-based services provided by the carrier further accelerate the digital and green transformation of various industries. In this way, the power system helps achieve the carbon emission peak and neutrality goals. Granted with the benchmark award, China Mobile and Huawei will continue to innovate and accelerate the construction of green and low-carbon networks to provide better communications services for society.