Carbon neutrality is a state of ‘net-zero’ carbon dioxide or greenhouse gas emissions that were directly or indirectly produced by countries, enterprises, products, or human activities within a certain period of time. It can be achieved through afforestation, energy conservation, emission reduction, and other relevant initiatives.
As a video-centric smart IoT solution and service provider, Dahua fulfils its social responsibility by implementing a wide range of sustainability strategies that include the reduction of its CO2 emissions.
Achieving carbon neutrality
Here are some of Dahua’s approaches to help achieve carbon neutrality:
Optimisation of energy generation methods to produce green energy – Spread across the top floor of Dahua Smart (IoT) Industrial Park are more than 70,000 m² of solar panels. They collectively provide an annual power generation of more than 1.5 million kWh, greatly reducing the use of energy generated from burning coa…