SANSI Smart Street Light System Draws Attention in CEM ExhibitionBack
SANSI participates in the 7th annual Clean Energy Ministerial Exhibition (CEM7) being held on June 1-2 in San Francisco. Initiated by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), CEM7 includes 23 different countries accounting for 90% of total global energy investments and its members represent 75% of total energy consumption. SANSI was invited to this years CEM7 to showcase its new‘Smart Pole System’ that is capable of providing energy-savings for both integrated and intelligent cities and commercial applications.
The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM), as stated on their site, is a global forum to promote policies and share best practices to accelerate the global transition to clean energy. CEM initiatives help reduce emissions, improve energy security, provide energy access, and sustain economic growth.
China has been an important member and contributor to the global energy system and has made a series of developments in clean energy technologies, including lighting systems. To date, China has met its commitments for emission reductions and has ranked as one of the leaders for capital investment and financing for clean energy technologies.
SANSI’s participation in CEM7 event will further help China’s ongoing efforts in delivering powerful solutions for energy demand, systems &integration, and energy supply. Active members in China like ZTE, Huawei, and SANSI have been seen ready for providing clean energy and related technologies to both developed and developing countries.