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L’offre de solutions durables de Delta favorise les économies d’énergie et des tarifs plus compétitifs dans la zone Europe – Moyen-Orient – Afrique (EMEA)

Delta Electronics, Inc., leader mondial des solutions de gestion thermique et de l’électricité, encourage les économies d’énergie et la compétitivité des tarifs pour ses clients dans toute la région EMEA. A travers la mise en œuvre d’une offre de pointe et diversifiée en matière de solutions durables, Delta leur permet de réaliser des économies d’énergie de 20 à 40%. Les solutions Delta pour l’automation industrielle, les réseaux de télécommunications et les data centers sont celles qui enregistrent la plus forte croissance dans la région. Pendant les 25 dernières années, Delta a continuellement étendu son réseau de partenaires dans la zone EMEA. Le Groupe accompagne aujourd’hui partenaires dans leurs efforts pour accélérer l’intégration et l’adaptation de ses solutions durables sur plusieurs marchés et dans différents secteurs.

« En maximisant les synergies de ses ressources globales et sa présence depuis plusieurs décennies dans la région EMEA, Delta est devenu un fournisseur de classe mondiale de solutions durables intégrées », a souligné Jackie Chang, Président-Directeur Général de Delta EMEA. « Le pilier majeur de notre succès dans cette branche des solutions intégrées est d’être en mesure de comprendre et de répondre précisément aux besoins de nos clients dans différents secteurs et sur des marchés aussi différents que l’Europe et l’Afrique. Nous devons aussi cette réussite à un solide réseau de partenaires, qui va certainement se renforcer en termes d’échelle et d’expertise dans les années à venir ».

Les solutions d’automation industrielle de Delta sont appliquées à un large éventail d’usines, de machineries et de procédés industriels. Par exemple, le système CNC de découpage du verre et du marbre en Italie, les installations minières au Mozambique, et les plateformes d’éclosion des œufs en Egypte, ont tous été automatisés par Delta et nos clients ont ainsi pu réaliser des progrès notables en termes de productivité. Grâce à notre technologie automatisée de qualité, qui permet de récupérer l’énergie pendant les opérations de grutage, les grues de manutention industrielles au Royaume-Uni ont aussi pu réduire leurs consommations d’énergie.

Les solutions énergétiques Delta pour les réseaux de télécommunications sont actuellement utilisées pour alimenter les réseaux 3G et 4G LTE exploités par des opérateurs télécom de premier plan de la région EMEA, tels que Vodafone. Ces solutions intègrent plusieurs produits fabriqués par Delta, comme les redresseurs qui portent l’efficacité énergétique à plus 96% ou encore les technologies de refroidissement hybrides qui réduisent les besoins en air climatisé dans les répartiteurs (telecom cabinet – serving area interface). Grâce à une densité électrique optimale et aux avantages des technologies de refroidissement hybrides, les opérateurs télécom peuvent baisser leurs dépenses opérationnelles liées à la consommation d’électricité tout en réduisant leur empreinte carbone. Dans les régions ayant des infrastructures réseau limitées, Delta intègre des solutions d’énergies renouvelables hybrides pour des stations de base télécom à distance, réduisant ainsi les charges en coûts d’exploitation et en réduisant la dépendance de ses clients aux énergies fossiles.

Les technologies Delta d’alimentation sans interruption (UPS) permettent aussi à des infrastructures critiques, comme les data centers en Afrique du Sud, le réseau ferroviaire en Allemagne, les centres bancaires en Pologne, les lignes aériennes en Turquie et les centres de santé en Russie, de se fournir en électricité de réserve de haute qualité. Sur le marché en croissance des data centers, nous avons mis à disposition du plus grand fournisseur Internet de Russie une solution complète qui intègre des systèmes UPS et des batteries, de même que des générateurs diesel fournis par notre partenaire local.

Delta a aussi œuvré avec succès pour la promotion des économies d’énergie dans la zone EMEA, à travers :

1) Les solutions d’éclairages LED qui ont permis à un opérateur télécom de premier plan en Italie d’économiser 80% de la consommation habituelle de son système d’éclairage ;

2) Des stations de recharge pour véhicules électriques à la pointe de la technologie, avec une efficacité inégalable de 94%, installées le long des autoroutes dans les pays scandinaves ;

3) De larges réseaux d’installations solaires photovoltaïques en Allemagne, en Italie, au Royaume-Uni, en Europe de l’Est et en Afrique, qui bénéficient d’une efficacité énergétique exemplaire pouvant aller jusqu’à 98,5% grâce aux onduleurs Delta.

A propos de Delta

Fondé en 1971 à Taïwan, Delta Electronics est le leader mondial des solutions de gestion thermique et de l’électricité. Delta offre des solutions innovantes, propres et efficaces sur le plan énergétique à ses clients à travers le monde pour une industrie et des bâtiments plus intelligents. La RSE est très importante pour Delta et centrale dans ses activités qui contribuent à la lutte contre le changement climatique : les activités de Delta englobent les composants électroniques pour le réseau électrique, les solutions de gestion de l’énergie et des produits électroniques pour des modes de vie plus durables. Delta est présent dans le monde entier, à travers des centres de R&D et des unités de production à Taïwan, en Chine, au Japon, en Thaïlande, à Singapour, en Inde, au Mexique, au Brésil, aux Etats-Unis et en Europe.

Reconnu dans le monde entier pour ses performances, ses innovations technologiques et son engagement en matière de RSE, Delta a été récompensé par de nombreux prix et distinctions à travers son histoire. Depuis 2011, Delta a été choisi pour faire partie du prestigieux Indice de Développement Durable de Dow Jones (DJSI World) pendant trois années consécutives. En 2013, Delta a également été sélectionné pour intégrer l’Indice DJSI des Marchés Emergents et a remporté la première place du classement DJSI des entreprises leaders mondiales dans le segment équipement et composants électroniques.

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