To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow.
Delta Group, founded by Mr. Bruce C.H. Cheng 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. With our concern for the environment, we continue to develop innovative energy efficient products and solutions. We realize the more energy efficient Delta’s products become,the greater our impact on reducing global warming.
In recent years Delta has transformed from a product provider toward a solution provider and our businesses now encompass power electronics, energy management, and smart green life. Delta’s brand promise “Smarter. Greener. Together.”encourages the development and broad application of smart, energy-efficient solutions. At Delta we believe that technology and collaboration can lead to a cleaner, greener tomorrow.
Delta is devoted to innovation and systematically developing new products and technologies, particularly those that are highefficiency and energy saving, and invests over 5% to 6% of our groups’ annual sales revenue in R&D. We have worldwide R&D facilities in Taiwan, China, Thailand, Japan, the U.S., and Europe. Our national honors for innovation include the Taiwan National Industry Innovation Award (2008 and 2012) and the Thailand Prime Minister’s Industry Award (1995, 2010, 2011, and 2012).
Throughout Delta Group's history we have received many global awards and recognition for our business, technology, and corporate social responsibility. In 2012 Delta was selected for two of the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes — the DJSI World Index and the DJSI Asia/ Pacific Index—for the 2nd consecutive year. Delta was also ranked first among the 29 leading companies in the Electronic Equipment sector and named as "Sector Leader" for the first time. Since 2010, Delta has received 47 internationally recognized design awards including the iF, Reddot, CES Innovation, Computex Best Choice, and Taiwan Excellence awards.
Delta will continue its dedication to developing technologies and solutions that aim to reduce global warming and ensure mankind’s sustainable future.
Delta Group is the world’s largest manufacturer of brushless DC fans and a leading provider of switching power supplies – a $7.5 billion global company with 38 manufacturing facilities, 60 R&D labs and U.S. headquarters in Fremont, CA.
Effectively create new concepts and take them to success.
Anticipate customer needs and exceed expectations.
Deliver consistently superior performance and pursue every possible improvement.
Fully leverage global value networks and collaborate to achieve mutual goals.
Identify emerging trends and act quickly to capture new opportunities
With our long-term commitment to environmental protection and technology innovation, Delta is developing highly efficient power products including switching power supplies at over 90% efficiency, telecom power at over 97% efficiency, and PV inverters of up to 98.5% efficiency.
This significant achievement marks Delta’s leadership in the global power supplies industry, and our dedication to developing energy efficient solutions and alternative energy sources. We believe an environmental business approach is not only good for our planet, but also great for business.
From 2010 to 2012, Delta’s high efficiency products saved 4.9M tons of CO2e for our customers. Among its many energy-saving products, Delta has developed the world's first server power supply to achieve 80 Plus Titanium energy efficiency, which is greater than 96% efficiency.
With our vision for greener, cleaner, more energy-efficient solutions, Delta is making a unique contribution to industry and to a better world.
Delta is devoted to innovation and systematically developing new products and technologies, particularly those that are high-efficiency and energy-saving. Aiming to reduce global warming and ensure mankind's sustainable future with better value and performance, Delta is continuously enhancing our engineering capabilities and is committed to developing innovative technologies and solutions for a better tomorrow.
54 R&D sites
High efficiency of 97.2% for telecom rectifier
Over 4,900 registered patents
7,500 R&D engineers throughout the world
Research and Development on Global Scale
Delta invests 5% to 6% of the group's annual sales revenue in R&D and has worldwide R&D facilities in Taiwan, China, Thailand, Japan, the U.S.A., and Europe. In 2013, Delta has over 7,500 R&D engineers throughout the world with R&D activities coordinated on a global scale.
Delta's labs at Research Triangle Park in North Carolina, U.S.A., include the Delta Power Electronics Laboratory, which develops high-efficiency and high-density power conversion products, and the Delta Networks R&D Laboratory, which develops networking products. Delta's R&D team in Soest, Germany, focuses on developing key power supply products and technologies for various applications such as hybrid vehicles, super computers, high-end server storage, telecommunications, datacenters, and wind power converters.
Among Delta's 23 R&D centers in China, Delta Power Electronics Center (DPEC) in Pudong, Shanghai was established in 1999 to aggressively develop advanced energy-saving technologies. We also have CNAS (China National Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment) accredited laboratories in Shanghai, Guangdong and Jiangsu, as well as post Ph.D. innovation stations in our R&D centers in Shanghai and Jiangsu.
Cultivation for R&D Talents Delta has also made long-term investments in cultivating R&D expertise and innovation. Delta has joint R&D programs with U.S. universities such as MIT, Virginia Polytech, Case Western Reserve University, as well as Taiwan's National Cheng-Kung University, National Central University, and National Taiwan University, and other top schools in both Taiwan and China. In China, the Delta Foundation has established the "Delta Power Electronics Science and Education Development Program" and the "Delta Scholar Program," which are involved in co-developing a variety of advanced energy-efficient products and technologies with eight top universities.
Our capability for innovative design is what sets us apart from the competition. With our core competence in power management, we are rapidly expanding into several related businesses such as: power systems for datacenters, cooling fans and thermal solutions, industrial automation systems, power trains and key components for EVs/HEVs, high-end projection systems, LED lighting, and renewable energy. We are also actively pursuing development in new areas such as medium voltage drives (MVD), converters for wind turbines, and green buildings.
Delta's telecom power supplies lead the industry with an energy conversion efficiency of up to 97%. In 2012, Delta successfully developed the world's first titanium-grade server power supply with an efficiency rating reaching 96%. For onboard chargers for electric vehicles, Delta takes advantage of high power efficiency of up to 94% with greater user-friendliness, protection, and network integration. In recent years we have developed high-density and high-efficiency products and solutions which allow the general public to enjoy our innovative green technology. For fan and thermal management, Delta is actively leveraging low-power consumption and low-noise designs to extend our product lines into smart air exchange fans, hot-air blowers and thermal exchangers.
Delta's R&D integration ability, product innovation and design capabilities have won international recognition on numerous occasions. Since 2010, Delta has received 47 internationally recognized design awards including the iF, Reddot, CES Innovation, Computex Best Choice, and Taiwan Excellence awards. Our national honors for innovation include the Taiwan National Industry Innovation Award (2008 and 2012) and the Thailand Prime Minister's Industry Award (1995, 2010, 2011, and 2012). Delta also ranked in the top 500 globally in corporate R&D expenditures according to the 2007 R&D scoreboard compiled by the United Kingdom's Department of Innovation, Universities, and Skills. These top awards recognize Delta's embrace of energy-saving, sustainability and value creation as core values as well as our innovation in system integration, design, channels, brand and service.
Announced organizational adjustment to accelerate growth through focus on "Power Electronics", "Automation" and "Infrastructure" as main business categories Selected for the Dow Jones Sustainability™ World Index (DJSI World) for the 7th consecutive year
Named as a Taiwan Top 20 Global Brand for the 7th consecutive year
Named to the Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI) of the 2017 CDP
Ranked in the Top 10 of "The CSR Development Index of Top 100 MNCs in China" for 3 consecutive years
Shared Delta's ample experience in facilitating sustainable cities at the COP23 UN Climate Change Conference 2017 in Bonn Shared Delta's ample experience in facilitating sustainable cities at the COP23 UN Climate Change Conference 2017 in Bonn Won Taiwan Excellence Gold Award for outstanding R &D capability and technological strength
Inaugurated Delta's first proprietary solar PV plant in Ako City, Japan
Established the Delta - NTU Corporate Laboratory for Cyber-Physical Systems in Singapore
Delta's headquarters green building in Taipei received LEED Platinum certification (operation and maintenance of existing buildings)
Acquired Delta Controls and LOYTEC, two leading companies in building automation
One of the first members of the Beijing Innovation Center for Industrial Big Data
Acquired Eltek, a leading provider in telecom power, industrial and datacenter power solutions
Selected for the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences "Top100 China Corporate Social Responsibility" for 3th consecutive year
Recognized with Channel NewsAsia's 2015 Green Luminary Award
Inaugurated Delta Taoyuan Plant 5, Taiwan (EEWH/LEED Gold)
Inaugurated Delta Americas headquarters, U.S.A. (LEED Platium)
Attended the COP21 UN Climate Change Conferences in Paris, sharing Delta's green building experience through the "Delta Green Building Exhibition" held at the Grand Palais 2014
Taipei headquarters received a Taiwan Green Building Certificate for building renovation (EEWH-RN Diamond)
Delta Research Center (DRC) established, devoted to big data analytics as well as the development and integration of applications and solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT)
Received the Taiwan National Industry Innovation Award
Inaugurated Shanghai R&D and Operations Center Building in China (LEED-NC Gold, LEED-EB Platium)
Inaugurated Delta Taoyuan Technology Center, Taiwan (LEED/ EEWH Gold)
Listed as a Global Top 100 Low-Carbon Pioneer by CNBC European Business Magazine
Honored with Forbes Asia's Fabulous 50 Award
Developed the world's first company-wide Green Map with recognition from Green Map System
Inaugurated Delta's Tainan Plant, the first green building in Taiwan certified for all nine indices of Taiwan's EEWH rating system (EEWH Diamond)
Acquired ASCOM Energy Systems, an organization with expertise in power supply with a history of over 100 years
Inauguration of the first Plant (Dongguan) in China
Listed on the TW stock exchange (code 2308)
Mass production of brushless DC fans
Mass production of switching power supplies
Delta Electronics, Inc. established