Delta has announced the signing of its first-ever power purchase agreement (PPA) with TCC Green Energy Corporation for the procurement of approximately 19 million kWh of green electricity annually, a step that contributes to its commitment to reach 100 per cent utilisation of renewable energy as well as carbon neutrality in its global operations by 2030. TCC Green Energy will supply green electricity to the company from their 7.2MW wind turbine infrastructure.
“This proposal is expected to reduce over 193,000 tons of carbon emissions, which is equivalent to building 502 Daan Forest Parks (the largest park in Taipei City),” Ping Cheng, chief executive officer at Delta, said. “Going forward, Delta aims to achieve a 56.6 per cent decrease in its carbon intensity by 2025 by continuously executing three major relevant actions, including voluntary energy conservation, in-house solar power generation, and the purchase of renewable energy.”
Delta has promised to achieve 100 per cent renewable energy consumption and carbon neutrality throughout its global operations by 2030. They are the first Taiwanese high tech manufacturer to commit to this goal by 2030. Going forward, the two enterprises will continue to collaborate with TCC Green Energy providing strong backend support to companies pursuing sustainable development.