Delta has been awarded the “Top Ten Foreign Enterprises” in the “Blue Book of Corporate Social Responsibility” for eight consecutive years. It participates in the revision of the ESG group standard to demonstrate its leadership in sustainable development.
“Qixin Bureau takes responsibility for the future”, the 5th Beijing Responsibility Exhibition and “Corporate Social Responsibility Blue Book (2022)” conference was held in Beijing on November 20, and the “Corporate Social Responsibility Blue Book (2022)” was released at the meeting , “Enterprise ESG Evaluation Guidelines” and “Enterprise ESG Management System Requirements” (group standards). With continuous innovation and breakthroughs in the field of sustainable development, Delta has been selected as one of the “Top 10 Foreign Enterprises in China’s Corporate Social Responsibility Development Index” for eight consecutive years, and participated in the formulation of “Enterprise ESG Evaluation Guidelines” and “Enterprise ESG Management System Requirements” (group standards ), contribute ideas and suggestions in terms of market responsibility, environmental responsibility, social responsibility and responsibility management, jointly promote the development standards of corporate ESG construction, and join hands with all parties to promote the sustainable development of society. Wang Zhiping, Chairman of Delta’s Mainland China Sustainable Development Committee, was invited to deliver a keynote speech on “Delta builds ESG leadership with energy conservation as the core” at the conference, sharing Delta’s strategies and achievements in environmental protection, social participation, and corporate governance. Delta actively responded to the “Double Carbon” goal and joined the RE100 international initiative in 2021. By the end of 2021, the utilization rate of renewable electricity in the four major factories in Wujiang, Dongguan, Wuhu, and Chenzhou has reached 89.8%, and it is actively moving towards 100% utilization by 2030. Renewable electricity and carbon neutrality goals moved forward. In addition, Delta has recently joined the ZEV Declaration, and strives to achieve 100% zero-emission vehicles in its car and van fleet by 2030 or earlier.
Peng Huagang, member and secretary-general of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, pointed out in his speech that the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China proposed to comprehensively promote the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation through Chinese-style modernization. The responsibility of the times for development, implement the United Nations sustainable development goals, and help promote high-level openness; shoulder the responsibility of the times for self-reliance and self-improvement in science and technology, improve the transformation and industrialization of scientific and technological achievements, and help achieve high-level self-reliance and self-reliance in science and technology; shoulder the responsibility of improving people’s livelihood and well-being The responsibility of the times, care and support for the development of public welfare undertakings such as science, education, culture and health; shoulder the responsibility of the times to promote green development, and actively and steadily promote the overall goals of carbon peaking and carbon neutrality.
Wang Zhiping, chairman of the Sustainable Development Committee of Delta China Mainland, said that Delta has grown vigorously through half a century of ups and downs, which is inseparable from the combination of our business mission “environmental protection, energy saving, loving the earth” and the concept of sustainable development. . In order to actively respond to the “dual carbon” goal, Delta implements its own carbon reduction commitment, formulates scientific carbon targets (SBT), and starts energy conservation and carbon reduction from three aspects: products, factories, and green buildings. From 2010 to 2021, Delta’s products saved a total of 35.9 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity for customers, which is equivalent to reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 19.01 million tons. 245,000 tons of carbon; 15 factory-run green buildings and 5 academic-donated green buildings have been certified, saving a total of 18.09 million kilowatt-hours of electricity, which is equivalent to a carbon reduction of 11,142 tons.
In terms of corporate governance, in 2021, Delta’s global total revenue will reach 11.275 billion US dollars, and the total revenue in mainland China will reach 49.1 billion yuan, maintaining steady growth. Delta’s corporate culture is deeply rooted in innovation, and its annual investment in R&D and innovation exceeds 8% of its total revenue. It has 75 R&D centers around the world and more than 9,500 R&D engineers. In terms of brand value, Delta has also made great strides forward. In 2022, the brand value will reach 426 million US dollars, and it has grown steadily for 10 consecutive years. Delta continues to strengthen localization investment. In 2021, it will invest US$50 million in Chenzhou to expand the factory area, and plans to increase the production of magnetic components for new energy vehicles; it will invest in Chongqing to establish Delta’s first production base in the western region. Delta’s ESG report has also continued to improve. It has been awarded the highest rating of “Five Stars” by the China Corporate Social Responsibility Report Rating Expert Committee for two consecutive years, and has been awarded the highest AAA rating of the “2021 Industry and Information Technology Top 1000 Excellent Corporate Social Responsibility Report” by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
In terms of the environment, Delta took the lead in making a corporate self-commitment in 2015, formulating Science-Based Targets (SBT), and joined the RE100 international initiative in 2021, committing to achieve 100% use of renewable electricity and carbon dioxide in all global locations by 2030. neutralize. In addition, it has further joined the “Race to Zero” initiative, setting a net zero goal that corresponds to the 1.5°C carbon reduction path, and responding to the dual carbon goals with practical actions. In order to achieve this goal, Delta strictly implements energy management and carbon management systems in each factory area, incorporates the actual compliance rate into the KPI assessment of general managers in each region, and sets Delta’s internal carbon pricing for energy-saving projects and renewable energy projects. access to electricity. As a pioneer of green and intelligent manufacturing, in 2021, solar photovoltaic power generation devices will be added in Wujiang and Dongguan factories to further increase the utilization rate of green electricity. By the end of 2021, the utilization rate of renewable electricity in the four major factories in Wujiang, Dongguan, Wuhu, and Chenzhou has reached 89.8%, gradually moving towards the RE100 target.
In terms of social welfare, Delta has continued to support teachers and students of ten top universities to engage in power electronics innovation research for 20 years. In 2021, the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the “Delta Power Electronics Science and Education Development Plan” and the “Zhongda Scholars Program” will be held. Since 2006, Delta has continuously title-sponsored the “Delta Cup International Solar Architectural Design Competition”. In 2021, the title of the competition will be “Sunshine·Low-Carbon Community”, looking for a path to “Low-Carbon Community” in urban and rural construction . At the same time, Delta also always pays attention to the health and safety of its employees. In terms of talent cultivation, it has customized a comprehensive career development plan for employees. In 2021, Delta employees will spend an average of 24 hours of training per person, and won the “China’s 100 Model Employers” award Kudos for sure.
“Corporate Social Responsibility Blue Book (2022)” conference included Peng Huagang, member of the Standing Committee and Secretary-General of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, Zhang Tao, former director of the Work Bureau of the Party Construction Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce of the Industry Association of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, the founder of the China Social Responsibility Hundred People Forum, and a distinguished professor of Dalian University of International Economics. , Duan Yonggang, Executive Vice President and Secretary-General of China Association for Quality, Liang Ping, Director of Standard Work Office of China Association for Quality, and representatives of outstanding enterprises attended. The “Blue Book of Corporate Social Responsibility” was compiled by the Corporate Social Responsibility Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. It has been released for 14 consecutive years. The social responsibility development index of 10 key industries such as electronics is an authoritative evaluation of the performance of corporate social responsibilities.
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