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Delta Electronics’ Diverse Portfolio of Green Solutions Foster Energy Conservation & Competitiveness Throughout EMEA

Delta Electronics, Inc., a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, today announced its success in fostering energy conservation and cutting-edge competitiveness for its customers throughout the EMEA region via the implementation of a diverse portfolio of green solutions that commonly enable energy savings of 20% to 40%. Delta’s industrial automation solutions, telecom network energy solutions and data center infrastructure solutions are delivering the strongest growth in the region. Delta has been expanding its channel partner network in EMEA for the last 25 years and currently supports many partners in their efforts to accelerate the implementation and adaptability of these green solutions to different markets and industries.

Jackie Chang, general manager of Delta EMEA, highlighted, “Delta has become a world leading provider of integrated green solutions by maximizing the synergies of its global resources and its multi-decade presence in the EMEA region. Being able to understand and fulfill the specific needs of our clients in different industries and in such dissimilar markets as Europe and Africa for example, is a major pillar of our success in the solutions integration business. We also owe our success to a strong network of channel partners that will surely grow in terms of scale and expertise in years to come.”

Delta’s industrial automation solutions are applied at a wide range of factories, machinery and industrial processes. For example, CNC glass cutting and marble cutting machinery in Italy, mining installations in Mozambique and egg hatching platforms in Egypt have all been automated by Delta and significantly higher productivity has been achieved by our customers. Industrial cranes in the UK also benefit from lower energy consumption thanks to our automated power quality technology which enables energy regeneration during crane operations.

Delta’s telecom network energy solutions are currently powering 3G and 4G LTE networks operated by tier-1 telecom carriers in the EMEA region such as Vodafone. These solutions integrate several products manufactured by Delta such as rectifiers that boast industry-leading efficiency of > 96% and telecom cabinets with hybrid cooling technology that lowers the need for traditional air conditioning. Through optimum power density and the benefits of hybrid cooling, telecom operators are able to lower operational expenses related to electricity consumption while also reducing their carbon footprint. In regions with limited grid infrastructure, Delta integrates hybrid renewable energy solutions for remote telecom base stations, thus, also reduces opex burdens and limits the reliance on fossil fuels of our clients.

Mission critical applications such as data centers in South Africa, railway operations in Germany, bank facilities in Poland, healthcare centers in Russia and airline offices in Turkey all rely on Delta’s uninterruptible power supply (UPS) technology for high-quality back-up power. In the rapidly growing data center infrastructure market, we have provided Russia’s largest internet service provider with a comprehensive solution that includes UPS systems and batteries.

Other cases in which Delta has successfully boosted energy conservation in the EMEA region include: 1) Intelligent LED lighting solutions that have helped the offices of a tier-1 telecom carrier in Italy achieve up to 80% energy savings from their lighting systems; 2) LED street lighting with intelligent wireless tele-control system that saves over 50% of energy consumption in Italy; 3) Cutting-edge EV fast charging stations with leading efficiency of up to 94% installed at highways in Scandinavian countries; 4) a broad network of solar PV installations in Germany, Italy, the UK, Eastern Europe and Africa which benefit with the industry-leading energy efficiency of up to 98.5% from Delta’s PV inverters.

About Delta

Delta, founded in 1971, is the global leader in power and thermal management solutions. Our mission statement, “To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow,” focuses our role in addressing key environmental issues such as global climate change. As an energy-saving solutions provider, Delta's businesses encompass power electronics, energy management, and smart green life. Delta has sales offices worldwide, with R&D centers and manufacturing facilities in Taiwan, China, USA, Europe, Thailand, Japan, Singapore, India, Mexico, and Brazil.

Throughout its history, Delta has received many global awards and recognition for its business milestones, innovative technology and corporate social responsibility. Since 2011, Delta has been selected as a member of the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability™ World Index (DJSI World) for 3 consecutive years. In 2013 it was also included in the DJSI Emerging Markets Index and ranked the first in six criteria among DJSI’s World-leading Electronic Equipment, Instrument and Component Companies segment.

For detailed information on Delta, please visit: www.deltaww.com.

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