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Meet the team — Benjamin Ong from Delta EV Business Unit

By Delta on July 25th, 2018

 

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This July, Delta Energy Systems Australia was delighted to have Benjamin Ong start as the Field Application Engineer in the Electric Vehicle Charging team, directly reporting to Matti Dinkelmeyer, the Senior Manager for E-Mobility and Energy Storage Solutions at Delta.

Ben has just graduated from Monash University where he studied both Electrical Engineering and Finance. Over the years, he has obtained experience in electronics, robotics and recently has developed extensive skills in coding as well.

The major reason that Ben chose to work with Delta is that as a person whose biggest passion lies in technology, there was nothing more exciting and rewarding than to be a part of a company whose primary mission is to develop products that allow all of us to live in a more sustainable world. According to Ben, the electric vehicle and solar industries are industries that require more research and monetary investment to truly become a mainstream in Australia. So having the chance to be a part of a team that are pushing these industries forward is an amazing opportunity and experience.

Ben is also taking part in a new project in collaboration with the CSIRO and is one of the key team members in the research and development team. “My aim for this project is to build a smart box that allows the Delta AC Mini Plus charger to run completely off-grid with or without battery storage and still be able to service EV owners anywhere in Australia. If successful, this technology could have wider implications and could change the way Australia thinks about and utilises electric vehicles in the future”, Ben said.

When it comes to pastimes and hobbies, Ben likes to play tennis, run and go hiking. He also loves keeping himself updated with the latest technology news and also enjoys the odd video game here and there. Most importantly, Ben’s greatest passion is to work on projects that use technology to enhance the way people live their lives.

Delta’s Cutting-Edge UPS Systems Support Mission Critical Applications in Five Football Stadiums of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™

By Delta on June 21st, 2018

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MOSCOW, Russia, June 6th, 2018 – Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, announced today the strong track record of its uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems in Russia continues thriving as they have been previously implemented in five of the football stadiums which are now selected to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.   Power capacity over three megawatts (MW) in Delta’s UPS systems ensure sound power supply to football field and emergency lighting, broadcasting and data transmission, as well as security systems in these stadiums.  The extensive use of Delta’s UPS portfolio by both government and private entities in Russia, and its superior technology features, such as leading AC-AC efficiency up to 96%, were crucial factors to achieve this major milestone.

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Delta Unveils new Commercial and Utility Inverter Solutions at SNEC 2018

By Delta on June 21st, 2018

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SHANGHAI, China, 28-30th May 2018 – Delta attended the 12th International Photovoltaic Power Generation Conference & Exhibition (hereinafter referred to as the “SNEC”).  The three-day event spanned across 200,000sqm and had over 2000 exhibiting companies from 95 countries all over the world.  Delta showcased its broad range of PVI solutions and unveiled several new innovative products including the RPI M88H 88kW and the RPI M125U 125kw inverter.  Features of the M88H Inverter include a compact design with maximum apparent power 73 kVA / 88 kVA (400 VAC / 480 VAC).  The RPI M125U is a wall mounted grid-tied three-phase transformerless PV inverter designed for large commercial and utility scale projects.

Representing Delta Energy Systems Australia at SNEC was PVI Business Development Manager Shane Arnold.  Shane said, “Delta Australia was of interest to other regions due to our sudden growth and consumption of the hybrid systems using the E5 inverter and BX6.0 battery storage system.  The new monitoring platform which is being developed and used at the moment has other regions wanting to get on board with this Australian development.”

Delta’s large scale commercial and utility solutions were enthusiastically received.  From the residential range, the new Flex Wifi range proved to be popular by by visitors at SNEC.

This week Delta will again demonstrate its PVI range at Intersolar Germany, the world’s largest solar exhibition which will be give insight into the new products that Delta Energy Systems Australia anticipates to introduce to Australia and New Zeland at All Energy in October this year.

Delta represented at Electric Vehicle Council AGM in Canberra

By Delta on June 21st, 2018

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Last week on June 15th, Electrical Vehicle Council (hereinafter referred to as EVC) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Canberra to discuss industry progress and further actions required to promote the uptake of EVs in Australia. With the growing attention electrical vehicle has been receiving in Australia, EVC successfully brought together the broad cross-section of Australian industries and stakeholders who have shared interest in the future of road transport.

Approximately 40 members attended who were briefed by Shane Rattenbury, the ACT minister for Climate Change and Sustainability, on the steps the ACT government had taken to implement their zero emission transport plan.  The primary focus of the event was to drive the EV agenda and educate decision makers about EV and arrive at a step change for the EV industry.

The Minister showed how low cost government policy can easily support the uptake of EV.

The EVC constituted as an organisation in September 2016 and is the main national industry body for EV.  It has seen its membership double over the last 12 months.  If you are interested to join, please contact EVC at http://electricvehiclecouncil.com.au.

Synnex Upgrades Warehouse Lighting

By Delta on June 21st, 2018

 

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Synnex Australia has upgraded its warehouse lighting with Delta’s Staccato LED high-bay luminaires.

348 Staccato LED lights replaced around 396 existing fittings which were used in their warehouse for the last two decades.  The switch to Staccato LED’s makes it a cost efficient and sustainable option to light the Oakleigh South based warehouse.  It is projected that 50 -60% in lighting costs will be saved compared to their previous lighting spend and 4400 tonnes of C02 will be saved during the life of the program.

Aston Ma of Synnex said “switching from halogen lighting to LED lighting was a smart decision. The challenge was deciding which LED supplier and solutions to use. We have been carrying the Delta UPS range for over a year, it makes good sense to go with the products of a company we already trust”.

Aston also said that their electricity bills are noticeably lower and the warehouse now looks and feels brighter which has been especially obvious during recent winter evenings.

In addition to improving the look and feel of the environment, by enhancing the lighting it also improves visibility for site safety.

If you would like to find out more about how LED lighting can decrease your energy consumption and future proof your business around rising energy costs, please contact info.au@deltaww.com

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