On the 17th, the final award ceremony of the “First College Electrical and electronic Engineering Innovation Competition” exclusively named by Schneider Electric was held in Beijing. This competition is open to major universities across the country, aiming to promote innovation and cultivate high-quality talents in the digital and sustainable fields through the competition. Wang Jie, vice president of Schneider Electric, head of corporate affairs and sustainable development in China, attended the final award ceremony.
The final award ceremony of “The First College Electrical and Electronic Engineering Innovation Competition” opened in Beijing
The competition is sponsored by the China Electrotechnical Society, guided by the Electrical Engineering Teaching Steering Committee of the Ministry of Education, and organized by Tsinghua University. With the theme of “Welcome to Double Carbon and Realize ‘New Power System’ Solution with New Energy as the Main Body”, the competition focuses on four fields of “new energy and integrated energy”, “future power grid”, “energy storage” and “power industry software”. There are two tracks, hardware and software, which attracted a total of 817 teams from 141 colleges and universities across the country to sign up, and more than 2,600 students participated. After nearly 8 months, 40 teams from 28 universities finally reached the finals.
Wang Jie, vice president of Schneider Electric, head of corporate affairs and sustainable development in China, presented awards to the winning teams
In today’s increasingly severe environmental challenges, the energy revolution is accelerating, and the new power system carries the historical mission of energy transformation. Wang Jie delivered a speech and pointed out: “To promote the qualitative change of the new power system requires a combination of ‘digital + green and low-carbon’, which includes digitally transforming the traditional power system and continuously improving efficiency, and low-carbon, low-carbon, intelligent and intelligent throughout the life cycle. ‘manufacturing’, and the industry trend of ‘software-defined hardware’.” As a digital transformation expert in the field of global energy management and automation, Schneider Electric joined hands with this competition, with the concept of “Digital + Green”, to encourage more young talents to face the “double “Carbon Target” is actively innovating to jointly create a more efficient, low-carbon and clean future.
As a practitioner of sustainable development, Schneider Electric’s comprehensive digital solutions can meet the transformation needs of the power system at the technical and operating model level. Digital technology can make what was previously obscure and unmeasured in the power system visible and measurable, thereby improving efficiency, reducing energy waste, and reducing carbon emissions. At the same time, digital technology can provide services throughout the end-to-end life cycle of the power system, optimizing and improving the overall efficiency from the supply side to the demand side. In terms of green and low carbon, Schneider Electric’s full life cycle solutions consider the impact of products on the environment from the design, through green design, green procurement, green production, green delivery and other links, and are committed to promoting the development of the entire industry chain including itself. Carbon reduction.
The final scene of “The First College Electrical and Electronic Engineering Innovation Competition”
Talent plays a central role in advancing the energy transition and building a new power system. As an enabler of sustainable development, Schneider Electric has long adhered to the “integration of production and education”, and extensively empowered colleges and universities with its own industrial experience and R&D strength. Since 2000, Schneider Electric has actively practiced the corporate social responsibility of “industry-university cooperation and collaborative education” by establishing joint laboratories, setting up scholarships, supporting innovation and entrepreneurship competitions, offering corporate-specific elective courses, and conducting internships. . Up to now, Schneider Electric has carried out in-depth industry-university-research cooperation with more than 100 universities and higher vocational colleges. Every year, nearly 12,000 teachers and students study and conduct scientific research in the Schneider Electric joint laboratory, and promote the technological progress of various industries with continuous innovation achievements. . This competition is one of Schneider Electric’s initiatives to empower young talents to grow.
Touching the pulse of industry development and continuously stimulating innovation vitality, the “University Electrical and Electronic Engineering Innovation Competition” has built an important platform for cultivating, selecting and displaying innovative talents. Wang Jie said: “Talents are the driving force for industrial development and an important part of the core of Schneider Electric’s sustainable development strategy. In the future, talents with innovative spirit, craftsmanship and entrepreneurial spirit are needed to create, and Schneider Electric is willing to continue to provide young talents. The growth help and empowerment of them will allow them to show their talents on a broader stage.”
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