Huawei hosts training on Solar Power Installer


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Huawei hosts training on Solar Power Installer

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Huawei South Asia organized a workshop for the solar power plant installers at the Huawei Bangladesh Academy in Dhaka recently. Aimed at propelling the country’s solar technology sector to new heights, the workshop welcomed more than 70 engineers, solar inverter installers, and technicians.

The participants got an opportunity to delve into the latest advancements in on-grid and off-grid solar systems. They also received expert guidance on the best installation practices to ensure optimal performance and reliability.

Managing Director of Huawei South Asia Digital Power Business Department Liangweixing (Jack) said, “Solar energy is of paramount importance in Bangladesh, heralding a new era of energy accessibility, sustainability, and economic growth. Solar power is reducing the nation’s dependence on fossil fuels, mitigating environmental degradation, and contributing to global efforts to combat climate change. This kind of workshop helps us achieve new milestones in solar technology.” 

Huawei’s EPC Partner Muhammad Najebul Ahmed, Technical Solution Manager from Solar EPC Development Ltd, said, “Huawei Bangladesh Installer Workshop 2023 is an exemplary initiative. The agenda of this workshop is very comprehensive, with expert sessions, hands-on training, and invaluable networking opportunities. This workshop not only benefits the individuals who participate but also contributes to the growth and development of Bangladesh’s solar energy sector”.

Huawei South Asia Digital Power is exploring ways to maximize the usage of solar power, riding on the amenities offered by solar power. So far, the company has deployed String Inverter Solution in solar plants in different regions of the country and worked on several rooftop projects, including some Solar Independent Power Producer (IPP) projects in Bangladesh of capacity 50 MW (AC), 30 MW (AC), and for the C&I sector, Huawei has completed projects of AC capacity of 3.00 MW, 2.48 MW, 2.40 MW, 2.39 MW, and 2.10 MW. Huawei also provides rooftop projects with a total capacity of 105 MW+ that are in the deployment stage. And they will be connected to the grid very soon.

In continuation of its efforts to help the country move towards digital power, Huawei South Asia has been organizing different events and joining hands with other stakeholders to expedite this transformation.


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