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Delta Joins COP21 Conference in Paris

By Delta on December 17th, 2015
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The Delta Group joins the COP21 Conference in Paris to achieve the goal of keeping climate change below 2°C

In 2015 COP21, also known as the 2015 Paris Climate Conference for the first time in over 20 years aimed to achieve a legally binding agreement on climate change with the ultimate goal of keeping global warming to below 2°C. The Delta Group showed their active support by hosting multiple ‘Road to Paris Campaigns’ to share the renewable progress Delta has made with green buildings, energy conservation, and carbon reduction.  Delta’s Founder and Honorary Chairman Bruce Cheng, Chairman Yancey Hai, CEO Ping Cheng as well as Director of Delta’s Road to Paris Campaign and Executive Director of the Delta Electronics Foundation Ms. Shan-Shan Guo all delivered speeches or took part in the panel discussions at various official forums and conferences. They covered topics such as sustainable cities, innovative energy conservation and the carbon reduction of green buildings, and shared Delta’s sustainability strategies and success stories.

Bruce Cheng said that Delta is fighting against climate change by progressively increasing the efficiency of its power supply products. Delta’s products and solutions have helped customers save nearly 14.8 billion kWh of electricity and reduced carbon emissions of CO2e by 7.9 million tons from 2010 to 2014. Delta also actively supports the ‘Commit to Action’ corporate carbon reduction initiative of the CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project). Delta have already reduced their energy intensity by 50% over the last 5 years, and are now committed to a further reduction of 30% by 2020.

France played the leading role in hosting this influential conference, and COP21 was one of the largest international conferences ever held in the country. Delta was lucky enough to attend the conference with other leading sustainability concious companies all aiming to reducing global warming for a sustainable future.