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Taipei, Taiwan, September 23, 2016 – Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, announced today Delta Electronics Foundation reaffirms its long-term commitment to environmental protection with the inauguration of the “Delta Green Building Exhibition” which will be held from September 24 to October 23 at the Huashan 1914 Creative Park in Taipei. Last December, Delta held this exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris during the 2015 UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) to share with the world its experience in adopting the green building concept over the past decade. The event adapted Chinese culture aspects when held again last June at Tsinghua University in Beijing. The theme of the Exhibition in Taipei highlights the concepts of “Flower”, “Bug” and “Stone” representing the different designs of Delta’s green buildings and their close connection with the natural environment.
Ms. Shan-Shan Guo, exhibition curator and executive director of Delta Electronics Foundation, said: “Green buildings are an effective way to practice harmony between mankind and nature within the building design discipline. It enables a dialogue between the environment and local life forms, a dialogue between society and corporate citizens committed to sustainability, as well as a dialogue between generations in the fight against climate change in this low-carbon era. I hope everyone will feel inspired by our exhibition and will join us in building harmony with nature.” At the lobby of the Delta Green Building Exhibition, visitors will see the three major theme concepts of “Flower”, “Bug” and “Stone” giving life to the venue. “Flower as Form” emerges to introduce the Namasia Minchuan Elementary School green building which has a rooftop designed to resemble a Datura flower. The curator took great care in ensuring an immersive experience for visitors at this section by taking advantage of the site’s roof skylights for soft natural light and by adopting wooden walls with semi-transparent materials. The Namasia green building is not only a sustainable campus but also a shelter against typhoons or torrential rains for our next generations. The "Bug as Neighbor" concept symbolizes the biodiversity involved in our green buildings and also echoes the Y. S. Sun Green Building at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) which adopts a truly sustainable design. The "Stone as Eaves" concept belongs to the Delta Tainan Plant green building which combines both Delta's energy-saving technologies and natural design features such as building shells serving as portico to protect against adverse weather conditions. In the middle of the exhibition, visitors will notice a brick boiler, which worked under the principles of buoyancy ventilation, and also a model of the ground source heat pump infrastructure used by the smart HVAC system of Delta Americas' headquarters green building to reduce heating/cooling energy consumption. With these two elements, the showcase contrasts the old and modern techniques used to manage environment temperature. The “Learning Corner” of the exhibition offers an interactive learning experience to visitors to understand the principles of buoyancy ventilation, the mechanism of ancient thermostat designs and also the proper way to calculate the carbon emissions of their own house. The innovative system also offers simulation games to learn about different energy-saving techniques. Visitors to the Delta Green Building Exhibition in Paris were impressed by the film “Building Harmony with Nature”. At the Taipei exhibition, the film will be featured through a splendid display leveraging Delta’s latest high-brightness, high-resolution ultra-short throw projectors and their advanced immersive edge-blending capabilities. The film introduces the elements of nature that inspired the architects involved in the creation of our green buildings, such as flowers, bugs, stones, and which also enable that harmony with the environment that we strive for. During the past decade, Delta has continuously contributed to reducing the impact of buildings to the environment. This exhibition is a remarkable opportunity for Delta and all its stakeholders to ignite inspiration and explore together creative approaches to mitigate climate change and realize a sustainable future.
The theme of the Exhibition in Taipei highlights the concepts of “Flower”, “Bug” and “Stone” representing the different designs of Delta’s green buildings and their close connection with the natural environment.
Ms. Shan-Shan Guo, exhibition curator and executive director of Delta Electronics Foundation, hope everyone can join us in building harmony with nature.
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