Delta has been named DJSI World Index for 11 consecutive years, earning the highest score in the global electronics industry – Engineering Update

Delta is committed to aligning its operations with sustainability goals, and has been in the DJSI World for the 11th consecutive year and for the 9th consecutive year in the 2021 Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) assessment. DJSI-Selected for Emerging Markets. Of the competitiveness of global companies. This year, Delta achieved the highest score in the global electronics industry, a record high. In addition to its extraordinary environmental performance, Delta has also significantly improved its social and governance performance, which has recorded the highest score in the industry. In the evaluation of subcategories, four categories, “Innovation Management,” “Environmental Reporting,” “Social Reporting,” and “Human Capital Development,” received full marks. Delta, along with “Product Stewardship” and “Talent Attractions & Retention,” achieved the highest scores in the global electronics industry in a total of six categories. Industry-leading scores include Delta’s commitment to innovation and R & D, increased resource efficiency and product sustainability, and environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG).

Delta’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Jesse Chou, said Delta is proactive in implementing its corporate mission of “providing innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow.” He said he continues to keep up with the international sustainability initiative to take action. Actions to address the serious challenges of climate change. After passing the SBT evaluation in 2017, Delta has combined through three major practices, including voluntary energy savings and carbon reduction, in-house solar power generation, purchasing green energy or receiving international renewable energy. Introduced 2,270 energy saving projects. Energy certificate. Delta has far exceeded the annual SBT milestone for the third consecutive year, reducing carbon strength by 55% and achieving renewable energy use in 45.7% * of its global operations. Delta is confident that it will leverage the experience it has accumulated in implementing SBT to adopt the more challenging RE100, working on it by 2021 and 100% renewable electricity by 2030. Our goal is to achieve carbon neutrality. TCC Green Energy Corporation and Foxwell Power Co., Ltd. We will conclude a long-term green power purchase agreement (PPA) with and purchase 19 million kWh and 8 million kWh of onshore wind power generation annually. The end of November. This is expected to cumulatively reduce global carbon dioxide emissions by more than 271,000 tonnage towards zero net emissions.

In response to climate change, Delta set a science-based target (SBT) in 2017, reducing carbon intensity by 56.6% by 2025. With the efforts of all employees, Delta’s carbon strength in 2020 exceeded its target by 55%. Average annual absolute carbon reduction of 8.2% or more. The amount of reduction exceeds the target of 1.5 ° C, laying the foundation for achieving net zero emissions. This year, Delta also participated in the “Race to Zero” initiative, setting a net zero goal for the future at 1.5 ° C. Delta is also committed to providing innovative, clean energy-saving solutions and has R & D centers around the world. In 2020, Delta spent 9.01% of its total revenue on innovation and R & D. Delta’s product deliveries from 2010 to 2020 have saved customers a total of 33.5 billion kWh. This is equivalent to approximately 17.8 million tonnes of carbon savings worldwide.

In 2020, Delta donated a total of more than US $ 9 million * to global social involvement. This has paid off in the dissemination of low-carbon housing and transportation, the promotion of science and energy education and climate change control, and active human resource development. The Delta Electronics Foundation and NHK Enterprises in Japan have collaborated to create the 8K environmental documentary “Water with Life”. The Foundation also held an 8K documentary “Whale Vocalization” contest to educate the general public and schools on water resources and the marine environment, and continued to strengthen its influence at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP). At the official side event of COP26 Glasgow in 2021, Delta will share the technology and practices of deploying solutions that facilitate e-mobility with stakeholders around the world, and the environmental documentaries “Birth” and “Life on Coral Reefs”. Was exhibited in the blue zone. COP26 emphasizes the importance of protecting marine ecosystems and the risks they face from pollution and marine warming.

With regard to human resource development and development, Delta will implement diverse and comprehensive appointments and global learning maps to create a quality workplace that integrates industry, government and academia, and establishes a joint R & D center at leading universities. We have established and are actively hiring global human resources. In 2020, Delta will participate in a three-year industry-academia collaboration with top Taiwanese universities and government ministries, conducting 25 research projects in areas such as electric vehicles, energy and telecommunications applications, with a total investment of US $ 2.5 million. Exceeded *. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Delta provided pandemic prevention materials, adopted high-level pandemic measures with employee health in mind, as well as approximately 1,000 including online health seminars and exercise classes. Added and supported digital courses for employees’ physical and mental health and education. Delta also has the Top 50 “Most Attractive Employees – Engineering and IT” by the world-renowned employer brand research organization Universal, and the Silver Award for “Asia Recruitment Awards – Best International Recruitment Strategy” by Human Resources Online. , Has won several awards. A human resources organization that represents Asia.

Regarding the circular economy, after achieving the “100% waste conversion rate” of the Toseki factory in 2020, the Wu Jiang and Thailand factories in Delta also achieved the same target in 2021 and landfilled zero from UL2799 waste. I got a certificate. .. Through cross-industry cooperation, Delta also reuses glass fiber from waste circuit boards and turns it into substrate additives to increase overall added value, effectively utilize resources, and at the processing stage. We are trying to reduce carbon emissions. The demonstration board was exhibited at “TASS2021 Asia’s Sustainable Supply and Circular Economy Conference and Exhibition” held in Kaohsiung from November 10th to 12th. Delta has also actively supported and strengthened the establishment of key short-term and medium-term goals for the supply chain. We share our experience in managing suppliers, identifying risks, saving water in factories and green buildings, and provide greenhouse gas inventory and energy conservation training courses to achieve our vision for a sustainable value chain.

* See 2020 Delta Electronics ESG Report.

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