Delta Electronics, Inc. (also known as DELTA or Delta Electronics), is a Taiwanese electronics manufacturing company. Its headquarters are in Neihu, Taipei. It is known for its DC industrial and computer fans and for switching power supplies. The company operates approximately 200 facilities worldwide, including manufacturing, sales, and R&D centers.
Delta is a major supplier of power components to Apple and Tesla. Delta is a member of the Taiwan Climate Partnership. The company is committed to reaching net-zero carbon emissions.
Delta is a leading provider of power supplies and thermal management products for the industrial automation, building automation, telecom power, data center infrastructure, EV charging, renewable energy, energy storage, and display industries.
(Wowtimes) DELTA’s history and achievements
- 1971: Delta Electronics was founded by Bruce Cheng to produced TV coils and electronic components.
- 1975: Delta Electronics registered as Delta Electronics, Inc.
- 1981: Delta started mass production of EMI filters to enter the personal computer market.
- 1983: Started mass production of switching power supplies.
- 1988: Listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange
- 1991: Susumu, a Japanese company and Delta established the joint venture Cyntec Co., Ltd. in Taiwan. Cyntec focuses on continuous R&D and innovation in the field of passive components to continue to develop miniaturized and modularized products.
- 1992: Delta's first plant in mainland China was established in Shijie Town, Dongguan
- 2003: Delta acquired Ascom Energy System (AES), a leading European power system provider to enter European market.
- 2008: Delta won the Outstanding Innovation Achievement Award—the highest honor of the Industrial Technology Advancement Award from the Ministry of Economic Affairs
- 2012: The Tainan Plant was awarded the first Green Factory Mark in Taiwan that certifies clean production for general industry by the Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs.
- 2013: Delta obtained official observer status of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
- 2016: Delta's first self-operated solar power plant opened in Ako, Japan.
- 2018: Delta won the Green Pioneer Award and the Industry Pioneer Award from the USGBC.
- 2020: Delta won the Best Global Taiwan Brands by Interbrand for 10 consecutive years.
- 2021: Delta joined RE100, committed to 100% renewable energy use and carbon neutrality for its global operations by 2030.
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