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Energieeffiziente Lösungen von Delta Electronics versorgen „Orchid House“ des NCTU Unicode Teams beim Solar Decathlon Europe 2014

Delta Electronics, Inc., ein weltweit führender Anbieter von Lösungen für das Energie- und Wärmemanagement, gab heute bekannt, dass seine neuesten hocheffizienten Lösungen für die Erzeugung, Speicherung und das Management von Solarenergie sowie seine Umweltmanagementsysteme zur Versorgung des „Orchid House“ eingesetzt werden. Das „Orchid House“ wird von der National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) im Rahmen des Solar Decathlon Europe 2014 gebaut. Ziel des Wettbewerbs ist die Förderung von Solarhäusern mit geringer CO2-Bilanz. Delta sponsert außerdem das NCTU Unicode Team, das erste taiwanesische Team, das an dem Wettbewerb teilnimmt.

Yancey Hai, Vorsitzender von Delta Electronics, betonte: „Unser Unternehmensziel besteht darin, innovative, saubere und energieeffiziente Lösungen für eine bessere Zukunft anzubieten. Davon werden unsere Bemühungen zur Entwicklung von Lösungen mit dem branchenweit höchsten Energieumwandlungswirkungsgrad geleitet. Von 2010 bis 2013 konnte mit Hilfe unserer weltweit eingesetzten Lösungen 11,9 Milliarden kWh Energie eingespart werden, was einer Senkung der Kohlenstoffemissionen um 6,38 Millionen Tonnen entspricht. Darüber hinaus wurden durch die elf zertifizierten grünen Delta-Firmengebäude 2013 etwa 11,6 Millionen kWh eingespart. Die Unterstützung des NTCU Unicode Teams unterstreicht Deltas Engagement für die soziale Verantwortung als Unternehmen (Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR) und die Förderung von energieeffizienten Gebäuden, was unserer Auffassung nach einer der wesentlichen Einflussfaktoren auf Energieeinsparungen und Nachhaltigkeit in den kommenden Jahre ist.“

Jackie Chang, Geschäftsführer von Delta EMEA, sagte: „Delta ist ein erstklassiger Anbieter von integrierten Lösungen für die Verbesserung der Energieeffizienz und Wettbewerbsfähigkeit unserer Kunden. Die Bedürfnisse unserer Kunden zu verstehen und zu erfüllen, stellt eine der Hauptsäulen unseres weltweiten Erfolgs im Bereich integrierter Lösungen dar. Im „Orchid House“ werden modernste Technologien zur Energieerzeugung und –speicherung eingesetzt. Das intelligente Energiemanagement sorgt für Energieeinsparungen und stellt gleichzeitig sicher, dass die Anforderungen an den Komfort des Gebäudes erfüllt werden. Wir freuen uns darauf, diesen Erfolg in der EMEA-Region [Europa, Mittlerer Osten, Afrika] zu wiederholen, damit unsere Kunden einen größeren Nutzen aus erneuerbaren Energiequellen ziehen können.“

Unsere Lösung für das „Orchid House“ besteht aus dem Delta BEMS (Building Energy Management System), dem Energiemanagementsystem für Gebäude, und Delta BESS (Battery Energy Storage Solution), der Batterielösung zur Speicherung von Energie.

  • Delta BEMS: Das Energiemanagementsystem für Gebäude folgt dem Konzept der drei „A“ – „Active in Sensing, Amicable of UI and Aptitude with Management“ (Aktive Sensortechnik, verträgliches UI und Eignung für das Management) – und bietet sich damit als einzigartige und umfassende Lösung für das Energiemanagement von Gebäuden an. Mit dem visionären Konzept im Bereich der Integration, Automatisierung und Intelligenz des Gebäudemanagements unterstützt Delta Bauherrn beim Erreichen einer hohen Energieeffizienz, und das nicht nur im Hinblick auf die Energiekosten, sondern auch bei den Betriebsausgaben. Das intelligente Design mit Fuzzy Logic Inference und selbstregelnder Temperaturkontrolle hilft, die angestrebten Energiesparzielle zu erreichen, ohne Einbußen am Komfort in den Innenräumen hinnehmen zu müssen. Delta BEMS ist eine Kombination verschiedener Teilsysteme, darunter: die Delta IoT-Plattform (Internet of Things), das Delta Centre (Softwaredatenerfassung), Delta Expert (intelligentes Energiesparen) und Delta Energy Online (Energieüberwachung und -kontrolle). Der Kunde kann die Systemarchitektur individuell zusammenstellen und somit perfekt an den tatsächlichen Bedarf anpassen.
  • Delta BESS: Die im „Orchid House“ eingebaute Batteriespeicherlösung demonstriert Deltas Kompetenz bei der Integration von Hardware und Software in Komplettlösungen. Mit der von Delta entwickelten, proprietären Softwareplattform können mit einem Stromsteller alle Gleichrichter, Solar-Wechselrichter und die Li-Ionen-Batterien über eine Trägerfrequenzanlage (power line communication, PLC) überwacht und geregelt werden. In Delta BESS sind verschiedene Delta-Produkte integriert, zum Beispiel Gleichrichter, die eine branchenweit führende Effizienz von 96,2 % und eine Leistungsdichte von 36,5 W/in3 aufweisen. Diese Gleichrichter werden unter anderem auch zur Versorgung von 3G- und 4G-LTE-Netzen in der ganzen EMEA-Region eingesetzt. Durch Delta BESS werden Systeme für erneuerbare Energien besser ausgenutzt und zusätzliche Energieeinsparungen erreicht.

Über die Delta Gruppe

Die 1971 gegründete Delta Gruppe ist der weltweit führende Anbieter von Energiemanagement- und Wärmemanagementlösungen. Die Delta Gruppe adressiert mit ihrem Leitmotiv, innovative, umweltfreundliche und effiziente Lösungen für eine bessere Zukunft anzubieten, wichtige Umweltthemen wie den Klimawandel. Als Anbieter von Energie einsparenden Lösungen ist Delta in den Bereichen Leistungselektronik, Energiemanagement und „Smart Green Life“ (intelligentes umweltbewusstes Leben) tätig. Delta verfügt rund um den Globus über Vertriebsbüros und hat Entwicklungs- und Produktionsstätten in Taiwan, China, USA, Europa, Thailand, Japan, Indien, Mexiko und Brasilien.

Seit ihrer Gründung hat die Delta Gruppe viele globale Auszeichnungen und Anerkennung für ihre Erfolge, innovative Technologien und Corporate Social Responsibility (Unternehmerische Gesellschaftsverantwortung) erhalten. Seit 2011 ist Delta im dritten Jahr in Folge im prestigeträchtigen „Dow Jones Sustainability World Index“ (DJSI World) gelistet. Im Jahr 2013 wurde Delta in den DJSI Emerging Markets Index aufgenommen und ist auf Platz 1 bei sechs Kriterien im DJSI World Index „Führende Hersteller von elektronischen Geräten, Instrumenten und Komponenten“.

Weitere Informationen zur Delta Gruppe finden Sie unter www.deltaww.com.

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