Taipei-based Delta, a global provider of smart energy-saving solutions, today participated in the U.N. Climate Change Conference Glasgow through the Delta Electronics Foundation by hosting an official side event with Virginia Tech, U.N. Habitat, Technical University of Berlin and ICLEI.
At the event, Delta shared its experience in deploying solutions that foster e-mobility, echoing its "Sustainable Conservation, Nurturing Life" concept. The environmental documentaries "The Birth" and "Life in the Coral Reefs" are also being displayed at the Blue Zone of COP26 to highlight to global stakeholders the importance of preserving marine ecosystems and the dangers they are facing by pollution and ocean warming.
Ms. Shan Shan Guo, vice chairman of the Delta Electronics Foundation, said, "Since its foundation 50 years ago, Delta has been continuously committed to the development of technologies capable of lowering mankind's carbon footprint. This year, our concept "Sustainable Conservation, Nurturing Life, underscores how we can help reach mankind's goal of limiting global warming within 1.5oC through energy savings. Furthermore, we have carried out endeavors that, not only protect marine life, but also that encourage our stakeholders to actively contribute in this regard. We hope our focus and experience help inspire key participants at COP26 to further actions that secure a sustainable environment for our next generations. Three recipients of Delta Electronics Foundation scholarships currently studying environmental protection-related postgraduate studies in the UK have also joined us at COP26. We hope the valuable knowledge they will acquire in those programs and in COP26 finds its way to help advance Taiwan's environmental goals."