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Delta Electronics Takes Center Stage at COP28, Advocates Climate Investment Solutions

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Delta Electronics has announced its participation in the 28th Conference of the Parties to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP28), held this year in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. With a thematic focus on “climate investment,” Delta is not only marking its 16th consecutive year of participation in the United Nations Climate Summit but is also pioneering new collaborations.

Delta will play a pivotal role in side meetings within the official negotiation area (Blue Zone), jointly organized with international business organizations and climate opinion leaders. During these sessions, Delta plans to share insights into its internal carbon pricing management mechanism. Executives from Taiwan, China, Southeast Asia, and Europe within the Delta group will engage in extensive discussions with the present opinion leaders.

Guo Shanshan, Delta Brand Chief and Delta Foundation Vice Chairman, emphasized the urgency of addressing the climate crisis. He highlighted the challenges of high decarbonization costs and complex transformations. Under the conference’s main theme, “Searching for Climate Investment Solutions,” Delta aims to collaborate with international entities to explore innovative financial approaches driving low-carbon energy and technology development.

Delta Foundation CEO Zhang Yangqian shed light on the significance of building energy conservation, constituting approximately one-third of global energy consumption. Delta’s initiative involves collaboration with entities such as the U.S. Green Building Council, Science The Carbon Target Initiative, the Royal Institute of British Architects, and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. Together, they aim to foster communication and share global actions promoting building reduction and resilience.

COP28 will also conduct the inaugural “Global Stocktake” after the Paris Agreement, reviewing the implementation progress of each party’s nationally determined contributions (NDCs). Delta, actively participating in discussions on accelerating the clean energy transition and mobilizing climate action funds, intends to bring back insights and knowledge to contribute to Taiwan’s understanding of the latest international climate development trends.

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