The first China Green Computing Power Conference is scheduled to take place in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, from July 1 to 3, 2023, its organizers announced at a presser in Beijing on Thursday.
With a focus on the latest trends in green computing power development, this conference aims to create a platform to showcase the achievements of green computing power, adding momentum to Hohhot’s leading role in China’s strategic project that will channel computing resources from the east to the west.
Zhang Jifei, deputy mayor of Hohhot, highlighted the city's exceptional advantages for developing green computing power. With abundant renewable energy resources, including 57 percent of the nation's wind energy and over 21 percent of its solar energy, combined with a favorably cool climate, Hohhot is an ideal location for the construction of energy-efficient big data centers.
Wang Zhiqin, vice president of the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, emphasized that computing power will serve as the driving force behind digital development across various industries.
Wang further underscored that China's dual carbon goals and sustainable development strategy will propel the long-term growth of the green and low-carbon computing power industry, facilitating comprehensive digital transformation across all sectors.