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Taipei, Taiwan, August 28, 2013 - Delta today received the top 2013 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award for Large-scale Enterprises from CommonWealth Magazine for the 3rd time since 2010. CommonWealth Magazine praised Delta's core competences, corporate mission and social commitment which have enabled it to become a truly "green" and "sustainable" enterprise. Delta achieved the top scores in corporate governance and social engagement, two of the parameters evaluated by the magazine. CommonWealth also valued Delta's excellent financial performance which has continued to strengthen after new top management was appointed in mid-2012.
Upon receiving the award, Delta's Chairman Mr. Yancey Hai remarked, "Delta's mission is ‘to provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow' through our expertise in electronics power supply and our ability to provide energy-conservation solutions. Our products that shipped between 2010 and 2012 helped our customers save up to 9.3 billion kWh in electricity use, which equals 5.0 million tons of CO2. In 2012, our factories utilized up to 27.0 million kWh less than in 2009, reducing electricity intensity (electricity consumed under the same monetary value of production) by 34.3% during this period. Across the globe, Delta has four fully-certified green manufacturing facilities which in total saved up to 8.0 kWh in 2012". Delta sponsored the "2013 Taiwan Lantern Festival" by installing its "Ring of Celestial Bliss", the world's largest festival lantern, in the green energy area. An audit of the structure's carbon-emissions determined that our lantern's total carbon footprint during the 15-day festival was only 22% of the footprint caused by the New Year fireworks at the Taipei 101 building. In addition, all materials utilized in the lantern construction are recyclable, and it became the first structure of its kind in Taiwan to pass such an audit. This effort also highlighted our long-term commitment to environmental education, sustainable architecture and to the development of "green" human capital. CommonWealth Magazine's CSR Award is determined through the evaluation of four parameters: corporate governance, corporate commitment, social engagement and sustainability. The award criteria and rankings draw on assessments from the UN Global Compact, the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), and the U.S. Dow Jones Index, among others.
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