Bengaluru, November 23, 2022 — Delta, a global leading provider of power and thermal management solutions, today announced it has been selected among the Best Taiwan Global Brands for the 12th consecutive year. Delta’s brand value this year increased by 8% compared with 2021, reaching US $426 million and setting a record of ten consecutive years of growth. The Best Global Taiwan Brands Survey is organized by the Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs, and executed by Interbrand, an international brand valuation institution.
Ms. Shan Shan Guo, Delta’s Chief Brand Officer, stated, “Delta has marked a new milestone in 2022 that ushers in a new era for the next 50 years. We have successfully transformed ourselves from a component supplier to a system integration solution provider, and we continue to innovate our products and services and seize opportunities in the market. As a result, we have witnessed outstanding and growing business performance despite the impact of the global pandemic in recent years. Today, Delta is getting closer to users and has expanded from a pure industrial brand to include a commercial brand, with the business scope covering electric vehicle charging, smart buildings, microgrids, and energy solutions, to create healthy, safe, and people-oriented smart cities. Delta’s Brand Inauguration Year was 2010 and our brand value has grown steadily over the past decade. This year, Delta launched a brand-new corporate identity and carried out a series of brand campaigns under the theme of “Unceasing Innovation for a Better Living” to highlight how Delta’s energy-saving solutions facilitate sustainable transitions. We are looking forward to working with our partners to continuously enhance Delta’s brand and strive toward a new era.”
Delta has adhered to the brand promise of “Smarter. Greener. Together.” and incorporated environment, social, and governance (ESG) best practices into its own business model and operations to create a sustainable brand. At the recent 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) of the United Nations, Delta successfully held a side event and an action hub in the Blue Zone to demonstrate our energy storage solutions and coral restoration achievements to the world, while exchanging ideas and sharing our experiences with global climate opinion leaders. We continue to contribute to energy conservation and carbon reduction with our innovation capabilities. The high-efficiency products we shipped between 2010 to 2021 have helped clients save 35.9 billion kWh of electricity, which is equivalent to reducing roughly 19.01 million tons of global carbon emissions. Delta is also actively creating healthy and energy-saving buildings around the world through technology and so far, has built or made donations of 32 green buildings, as well as two certified green data centers. Among them, 15 certified green office buildings and five certified green buildings donated for academic purposes have saved a total of 18.09 million kWh of electricity during 2021, equivalent to reducing 11,142 tons of carbon emissions. We will continue to strive for more innovation and energy conservation to achieve our net-zero vision.
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