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According to experts' prediction, the total investment in smart electricity in China will reach 4trillion yuan by 2020. Such a huge market will make Chinese and foreign power equipment and electrical enterprises sharpen their knives and seize the smart electricity market one after another. However, not all electrical enterprises can get a piece of the smart electricity market. Because smart electricity construction involves many cutting-edge technologies, most of these technologies are monopolized by foreign electrical enterprises. However, many large domestic electrical enterprises have certain backgrounds, so they have unique advantages in the bidding process of smart electricity projects of these enterprises. The unique advantages and common goals of Chinese and foreign electrical enterprises have prompted them to marry and enter the smart electricity market

in view of the enthusiasm for the future evaluation of China's power market, some international electrical giants have sought agents in China, formed a community of interests with them, and marched straight into smart power, the core hub of the national economy and the people's livelihood. These foreign electrical enterprises generally adopt strategies such as investment holding, mergers and acquisitions of domestic enterprises or direct establishment of wholly-owned subsidiaries in China, and curve into China's smart electricity market

On December 17, 2006, Schneider Electric signed a framework agreement with Delixi, a private enterprise. The two sides established Delixi Electric Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Delixi Electric) in a 1:1 manner. According to the agreement between the two sides, the seats on the board of directors of the new company will be allocated half to half, and the position of chairman will be held by the Chinese side. At the same time, Delixi Group incorporated all marketing companies into the unified management of Delixi Electric, and Zhu Hai served as the general manager of the joint venture as a foreign representative

Schneider Electric has also been developing bulletproof materials for U.S. law enforcement agencies as an industry leader in the past 20 years. "The Chinese market is divided into three stages. The first stage was to ask the way. In 1987, Schneider Electric learned about the Chinese market through its first joint venture factory in China, Meilan Zilan; The second stage is to cross the river by feeling the stones. At this stage, Schneider Electric began to make joint ventures with many partners in different regions and in different forms on a large scale; In the third stage, that is, now, Schneider Electric is able to make a new round of large-scale mergers and acquisitions or independent investment

Schneider Electric now has a total of 77 offices, 26 factories, 6 logistics centers, 1 Research Institute, 3 global R & D centers, 1 Laboratory, 500 distributors and sales networks across the country, with nearly 22000 employees. In the Chinese market, Schneider Electric is constantly expanding its leading edge in products, and while improving its solution business through strong brand management, channel management, regional coverage, it also strives to ensure the rapid improvement of its automation system and service capability

On May 16th, 2013, abb China low voltage products business department challenged middot; The roadshow of ABB low voltage products in China in 2013 with the theme of infinite possibility has been held all over the country. The event is expected to cover nearly 100 third - and fourth tier cities across the country. It aims to build a platform for customers to know and experience ABB low-voltage products and solutions closely through various forms of market activities, and bring more innovative technologies and leading concepts of ABB low-voltage into third - and fourth tier cities

in the market, abb accounts for 70% of the equipment products in wind power plants, including transformers. In 2011, China won the first market position of ABB group, with a market share of 14%. In addition, abb (China) also established a joint venture with Guodian Nanzi with an investment of 1.745 billion yuan. Its China power Nanzi invested 890 million yuan and ABB China invested 855 million yuan, accounting for 51% and 49% of the equity of the joint venture respectively. After the establishment of the joint venture, the business of electric automation of both parties will be integrated, and the sac trademark and ABB trademark can be used at the same time. The joint venture mainly involves distribution stations, automation, and some technologies in distribution equipment

In 2010, general electric and Harbin Electric Machinery Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Harbin Electric Group, announced the establishment of a new joint venture to develop and manufacture wind turbines for the Chinese market, helping both sides win more competitive advantages in the US $13billion wind energy market in China. The equity ratio of both parties is 51% of Harbin power and 49% of General Electric. In the field of smart electricity, General Electric (GE) and China XD have established a global strategic alliance. The former will invest 3.38 billion yuan in cash to subscribe for 15% of the shares of the latter, and will establish a joint venture with China XD in the automation of transmission and distribution secondary equipment. The joint venture established by the two companies will fully introduce GE's mature products and advanced technologies in the field of smart electricity related secondary equipment, and further develop products and technologies that meet the needs of the Chinese market on this basis

Siemens layout smart electricity market

Siemens is more frequent in market expansion in China. In July 2009, Siemens decided to acquire 15% of the shares of Siemens motor Co., Ltd. held by its Chinese partner. In August, 2009, Siemens Energy announced the acquisition of majority stakes in two Chinese enterprises, dete high voltage electrical equipment Co., Ltd. and Hangzhou Jisi steel and aluminum products Co., Ltd., headquartered in Hangzhou. In July, 2011, Siemens signed a cooperation agreement with Ronnie (Tianjin) Smart Power Technology Development Co., Ltd. to jointly develop smart power projects. In December, 2011, Siemens and Shanghai Electric set up two enterprises respectively, with both Chinese and foreign shares of 51% and 49%. In order to improve the five businesses of smart electricity, Siemens joined hands with Rongxin to develop the smart electricity market in China and acquired ReTx

Intel, Microsoft, Cisco and Chinese enterprises' cooperation in it and energy in recent years

in April 2011, Intel and Tencent jointly launched the Intel Tencent joint innovation laboratory for mobile computer innovation, focusing on the innovation of three week integration and multi screen mobile platform technology. In April, 2013, Intel and Tencent jointly launched a 720p video call user experience activity under general network bandwidth. In the same month, Intel and Baidu set up a joint innovation laboratory to strengthen the research and development of front-end and rear-end technologies and create a more competitive intelligent cloud platform

in January 2011, Microsoft and Shanghai Zhiteng Information Technology Co., Ltd. launched custody services for domestic small and medium-sized enterprises. In August, 2011, 27. With program-controlled and mechanical limit protection, Microsoft and bid winning software Co., Ltd. jointly developed, promoted and sold cloud computing solutions; Through the cooperation plan with Taobao, we will jointly promote Internet Security and help protect users' network security and privacy. In September, 2011, Microsoft and JD mall jointly promoted the intellectual property protection of software in the online retail industry, built a 3C digital shopping health environment, and protected the legitimate rights and interests of consumers. In November, 2011, Microsoft and Alipay jointly launched Alipay's customized version of Microsoft's InternetExplorer browser, and continued to deepen their cooperation in online payment security to improve the security environment for Chinese consumers

in August 2001, China Unicom adopted Cisco products and technology to promote the capacity transformation of 165uninet connection mode nationwide, covering 31 provinces and more than 300 cities across the country; In March, 2012, Cisco made a brand-new transformation of the original administrative communication system of Zhejiang electric power; In May, 2012, Cisco deployed a virtual desktop architecture of up to 2500 points for Xiaoshan petrochemical, and Cisco deployed and implemented a high-definition video conference communication system for the headquarters of Shandong energy group and its six subordinate Mining Group centers

on the surface, the introduction of a large amount of foreign capital in the field of smart electricity will help domestic electrical enterprises improve their technology, expand the smart electricity market, and domestic enterprises can also make more profits through cooperation, but this will also lay a curse on the future market share of Chinese electrical enterprises, power core technology and national power security

foreign funded enterprises will devour China's power market

as power is a national core hub field, there are often strict regulations on foreign enterprises in the process of attracting investment, so it is difficult for some foreign enterprises to win the bidding project of China's smart power. Therefore, these foreign enterprises rely on their own technological and financial advantages to invest and control domestic electrical enterprises, and curve into China's smart electricity market. The strategy of foreign enterprises is to exchange funds and marginal technologies for local market and political resources of Chinese enterprises. In the process of cooperation, core technologies are often controlled by foreign enterprises, and domestic enterprises can only participate in links with high energy consumption and pollution. As foreign electrical enterprises usually have relatively good brand influence, the two sides also rely on foreign enterprise brands to expand the market when cooperating, so the long-term result can only be that foreign electrical enterprises gradually penetrate into the local market in China, and domestic electrical enterprises can only be out in the end

foreign enterprises will definitely not transfer cutting-edge technology to China

in this smart power construction, domestic enterprises are so active in marrying with foreign countries because they hope to exchange funds and markets for foreign technology transfer, so that they can become enterprises with advanced technology and certain international competitiveness. However, at present, for products with leading technology, multinational companies generally take direct control of joint ventures, which on the one hand prevents technology proliferation; On the other hand, in order to occupy most or even all of the profits. These multinational companies generally only transfer mature and uncompetitive technologies to domestic enterprises, and will still adopt a blockade strategy for cutting-edge technologies. What's more, some multinational electric enterprises have invested and established wholly-owned subsidiaries in China, and their specific production technology and management experience have been transferred to their subsidiaries in China in the form of bundling. For multinational companies, this method has the strongest control over technology and intellectual property rights, and the lowest possibility of technology diffusion and knowledge spillover. It is convenient to control core technology, but also can quickly occupy the market and obtain more profits. Domestic enterprises can also rely on the sole proprietorship model to quickly cultivate the industrial chain, but there are few opportunities for autonomous technological learning, which has a limited role in the development of domestic enterprises' industrial and economic and technological capabilities. It can be seen that multinational enterprises have always been conservative about the high-end technology they have mastered in the process of investment in China. When domestic enterprises cooperate with them, they will not only gradually lose the market, but even rely on multinational enterprises for technology, resulting in their lack of independent innovation ability. Once there is disagreement between the Chinese and foreign parties, the domestic enterprises are likely to be controlled by others

foreign enterprises will pose a threat to the information security of China's smart electricity.

the essence of smart electricity is to realize electric automation and informatization, and electric power is a national core hub, which requires that the data equipment of the power system must be absolutely safe. However, there is a fact that the data security equipment produced by foreign-funded enterprises is technically uncontrollable, and they have to be imported from products, solutions to subsequent maintenance services. Chinese customers can only use it and cannot evaluate the technology of data security equipment. However, the technology of some data security equipment is completely a black hole system for China's power system. If there are backdoors, logical traps or other malicious programs, It will be difficult to find and clear. For example, in 1999, andrewfernandes, the chief scientist of cryotonym company in Canada, announced that he found that there was a second key with unknown purpose in the windows operating system, and its name was nsakey, and NSA was the national security administration of the United States

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