Helping the carbon neutrality of industrial parks, Midea’s industrial technology’s “zero carbon” technique

As we all know, as a big industrial country, industrial parks are the core units of my country’s industrial clusters, but they are also key areas of carbon emissions. Statistics show that the number of various industrial parks in my country has exceeded 25,000, accounting for 31% of the country’s total carbon dioxide emissions. In the face of the contradiction between the “dual carbon” goal and industrial development, building a zero-carbon industrial park is becoming a powerful measure for local governments to take into account the economy and the environment and achieve sustainable social development.

Under the background of “double carbon”, although it is imperative to realize the green and low-carbon development of industrial parks, how to build industrial parks that are conducive to carbon emission reduction? Some leading technology manufacturing companies took the lead in responding. On the basis of realizing their own green and low-carbon development, they exported carbon reduction technologies and solutions to the industry to help industrial parks move towards carbon neutrality.

Recently, Midea’s Zero-Carbon Business Conference and Tsinghua University Joint Research Project Signing Ceremony with the theme of “Zero-Carbon Future” was held at Midea’s Global Innovation Center in Foshan. At the event site, Midea’s industrial technology low-carbon smart microgrid solution and Midea’s building technology green and low-carbon business were released, providing the society with “Midea’s solutions” for green and low-carbon development.

Helping the carbon neutrality of industrial parks, Midea’s industrial technology’s “zero carbon” technique

  Three-step path to carbon neutrality in industrial parks

Among them, through the power generation structure of photovoltaic BIPV and photovoltaic BAPV, the total installed capacity can reach 300 kilowatts, and the energy storage capacity is 50kW/100kWh. Not only green electricity supply, but also through the energy storage system, the optimal allocation of peak and valley electricity resources can be realized. According to preliminary calculations, the park can reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 237 tons a year through the photovoltaic power generation system, and the carbon dioxide emissions can be reduced by nearly 6,000 tons in the whole life cycle of the power station.

Midea Zero Carbon Industrial Park fully demonstrates more possibilities of “zero carbon” in the future. As an important force in Midea Group’s green strategy, Midea’s industrial technology is only the beginning of a series of layouts and explorations in the “zero carbon” field. In the future, how to give full play to its advantages in the field of green energy and actively promote more “zero carbon” “Technology and solutions are implemented in the industrial field and accelerate the “zero carbon” construction of industrial parks, which is worth our expectation!

Published on 09/17/2022