Delta, a global leading provider of power and thermal management solutions, today unveiled its Smart EV Charging Station theme concept at 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan to demonstrate how its innovative energy-saving products and solutions, which include EV powertrain and power management systems, microgrid-supported EV charging infrastructure, and powertrains for e-scooters and e-bikes, are enabling smart e-mobility for sustainable cities.
Ping Cheng, Delta’s Chief Executive Officer, said, “In its Sixth Assessment Report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) indicates that the transport sector accounts for 23% of global energy-related CO2 emissions. As a world-class corporate citizen committed to promoting e-mobility, Delta became the world’s first EV charging solutions provider and Taiwan’s first enterprise to join the global EV100 initiative back in 2018. By leveraging our core competencies in high-efficiency power electronics and system integration, we have become a global tier-1 provider of powertrain and power management systems for EVs, and we expect this part of our business to contribute significantly to our growth over the next five years.”
Shan Shan Guo, Delta’s Chief Brand Officer, said, “We are delighted that 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan returns in full force after the pandemic lockdown. Our ‘Delta Charging Hub’ theme integrates Delta’s brand-new corporate identity elements as we bring to life a smart, eco-friendly and convenient EV charging experience to our customers. This is the first time that we are integrating our broad spectrum of automotive solutions, powertrains for EVs and e-scooters, while leveraging interactive showcase technology, to fully demonstrate to our stakeholders how Delta’s IoT Smart Green Solutions are fostering e-mobility. Moreover, our microgrid-supported EV charging infrastructure, which can generate, store, save and, deploy electricity, is a testament to our commitment to nurturing smart cities for generations to come.”
At this year’s 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan, Delta is showcasing its leading EV powertrain and power management systems, which include traction motors, traction inverters, combo on-board chargers, and battery junction boxes. For e-scooters and e-bikes, Delta has developed the e-scooter Integrated Side-Mounted Powertrain and e-Bike Mid-Drive Motor, charging modules, and chargers that are also displayed at the show. Visitors will also have the chance to experience Delta’s powertrains that are already supporting electric multi-purpose vehicles, golf carts, three-wheelers, and other related applications.
Delta’s EV Charging Solutions, which boast high versatility and adaptability to enhance charging service quality and efficiency within a broad range of customer requirements and diverse infrastructure conditions, will also be a highlight of the show. These include the ultra-fast 350kW DC EV Charger, the ultra-thin fast EV charger DC Wallbox 50kW, the compact AC MAX series AC EV Charger, and the EV charging infrastructure management system DeltaGrid® EVM.
High-efficiency and lightweight automotive fans and thermal management solutions developed by Delta will also be part of the exhibition. These support an ample range of automotive applications, such as battery management systems (BMS), autonomous driving (AD) systems, advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS), LED headlights, intelligent cockpits, vehicle and seat HVAC, and more.
2035 E-Mobility Taiwan will be held from April 12 to 15 at the Nangang Exhibition Center, New Taipei City. Delta’s booth is located at Hall 1, 4F, stand No. M0110. We welcome media stakeholders, customers, partners and the general public to visit us. We also offer an online exhibition site, available at the following link: