Huawei participated in this year’s European Union Green Week
Huawei, together with the Global Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), gave a lecture in Brussels focusing on ways to increase the European Union’s double transition to digitally become a hub for European green transformation and ultimately meet the European Green Deal.
The panel held in the European Parliament was attended by Tony Jinyong, Chief Representative of Huawei Technologies in European institutions. “Huawei seeks to support the goals of the European Green Plan and to focus its use of technology on creating a better planet. We are committed to four key areas: reducing the carbon emissions of existing digital infrastructure, promoting renewable energy through innovation for greater efficiency, contributing to the circular economy and conserving nature through technology, ”said Tony Jinyong.
A new Huawei European White Paper highlighting these four areas was also presented, and MEPs Cyrus Engerer and Iban Garcia del Blanco also took part in the panel.
Dr. Cao Hui, Head of Policy and Strategy for Huawei Technologies in Europe, participated in the second panel where he stressed the responsibility of ICT companies to contribute to the European Green Plan.
Huawei organized the “Green Summit 2022” in Stockholm, and Kenneth Fredriksen, Huawei’s executive vice president for Central and Eastern Europe and the Nordic region, said that no one can solve climate challenges alone, but great things can be achieved through cooperation.