Smart EV Charging for Sustainable Cities by Delta

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Delta, a top-tier company in power and thermal management solutions, showcased its theme concept of Smart EV Charging Station at the 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan event.

The demonstration aimed to exhibit how Delta's advanced energy-saving solutions, such as EV powertrain, power management systems, microgrid-supported EV charging infrastructure, and powertrains for e-bikes and e-scooters, are facilitating intelligent e-mobility for creating sustainable cities.

Delta's CEO, Ping Cheng, stated that the transport industry contributes 23% of the world's energy-related CO2 emissions, according to the Sixth Assessment Report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

As a responsible corporate citizen committed to promoting e-mobility, Delta took the initiative to become the first global EV charging solutions provider and Taiwan's first enterprise to join the EV100 programme in 2018. By leveraging its core strengths in high-efficiency power electronics and system integration, Delta has emerged as a global leader in powertrain and power management systems for EVs. Cheng predicts that this area of their business will make a significant contribution to Delta's growth over the next five years.

Shan Shan Guo, Delta's Chief Brand Officer, expressed her excitement about the full return of 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan after the pandemic lockdown. She further added that Delta's new corporate identity elements are integrated into their 'Delta Charging Hub' theme, creating a smart, eco-friendly, and convenient EV charging experience for their customers.

This is the first time Delta has showcased its wide range of automotive solutions and powertrains for EVs and e-scooters by using interactive showcase technology to demonstrate how their IoT Smart Green Solutions are contributing to e-mobility. Guo also emphasised Delta's commitment to nurturing smart cities for future generations by presenting their microgrid-supported EV charging infrastructure, which can generate, store, save, and deploy electricity.

Delta is displaying its EV powertrain and power management systems at the 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan, which include traction motors, traction inverters, combo on-board chargers, and battery junction boxes.

Additionally, Delta is showcasing the e-scooter Integrated Side-Mounted Powertrain and e-Bike Mid-Drive Motor, charging modules, and chargers for e-scooters and e-bikes. Visitors can also try Delta’s powertrains that are currently used in electric multi-purpose vehicles, golf carts, three-wheelers, and other related applications.

Delta will showcase its EV charging solutions at the 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan, which aim to improve charging service quality and efficiency for customers with various infrastructure conditions. These include the 350kW DC EV Charger, DC Wallbox 50kW, AC MAX series AC EV Charger, and DeltaGrid® EVM EV charging infrastructure management system.

Delta will also showcase high-efficiency automotive thermal management solutions at the 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan exhibition. These solutions are designed to support a wide range of automotive applications, including battery management systems (BMS), autonomous driving (AD) systems, advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS), LED headlights and lighting, intelligent cockpits, and seating HVAC.

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