Delta's Smart Green Factory Solution Helps Manufacturers Achieve ESG Goals in the Low-Carbon Age

Extreme weather that threatens human existence is an urgent global crisis. To mitigate climate change, governments have implemented carbon reduction policies that force relevant industries to develop strategies to limit their carbon footprint. Corporate sustainability pertains not only to ESG risk management but also to a low-carbon transformation that enhances a business’s resilience and adaptability that can prevent being eliminated from the future market. Fulfilling its corporate mission to provide innovative, clean, and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow, Delta has long been devoted to finding carbon reduction solutions based on technologies. It has also participated in the Conference of the Parties (COP) for several years since 2007 to share its latest negotiation trends and carbon reduction knowledge. Through its devoted efforts, Delta helps fight climate change’s impact on the environment in Taiwan and the world.

To deal with global low-carbon trends, the manufacturing industry is facing tremendous challenges and urgently needs to utilize IIoT, sensing, AI, energy-saving, and other smart technologies to elevate energy efficiency, reduce carbon emissions and production costs, and fulfill their ESG responsibilities. Dedicated to smart manufacturing and environmental sustainability over many years, Delta has looked forward to sharing and passing down its extensive experience to help manufacturers achieve smooth and seamless transformations.

From the factory perspective, energy saving is equivalent to carbon reduction. As a global leader in green manufacturing, Delta has developed a comprehensive smart green factory solution integrating hardware and software as well as equipment, operational, and management layers. Its experience can help relieve manufacturers from the restriction of finite resources. Delta’s solutions save energy from equipment, systems, and management and feature flexibility for different types or scales of customers to customize smart green factory plans based on their requirements. Aside from inverter and power regenerative unit adoption, Delta also offers energy diagnosis and system transformation services. By monitoring and analyzing the energy consumption data of each piece of equipment and production line at different periods through the energy management system, manufacturers can set strategies to optimize their energy management.

Delta's energy management system can collect electricity consumption data via smart meters and visualize it by categories of statistics and analytics. With regular reports, energy-saving results, and auto alarms when anomalies occur, admins can monitor and manage energy consumption in real time. Moreover, the system can help manufacturers control their energy costs in multiple ways. They include transformation for critical energy-consuming equipment or sectors to optimize energy strategies and efficiency, active alarms that notify admins of consumption excess to avoid penalty charges, and electricity price analysis to help manage bill expenses. Above all, Delta’s energy management system has succeeded with internal and external customers by helping them monitor and control in real-time and analyze their energy consumption in every sector and facility equipment. As a result, the system enhances energy efficiency, stabilizes factory operations, lowers production costs, and increases profit.

Industrial infrastructure is highly relevant for energy management system optimization. Besides the energy management system, Delta’s smart green factory solution is also comprised with the FMCS (Facility Monitoring Control System) to monitor and control the non-manufacturing processes of oil, electricity, water, gas, and carbon. Based on the existing facilities, Delta reconstructs the FMCS framework to upload data to management platforms to strengthen the system. The solution also adopts AI technology to offer functional AI that enhances equipment efficiency, optimizes systematic operational parameters, and achieves automatic predictive alarms. The system benefits help solve the pain points of data management, equipment management, accident response, and energy efficiency optimization, and realize smart facility management.

Industrial development and progress have facilitated people’s modern lives. However, such facilitation has wreaked havoc on the environment, and significantly depleted natural resources. Delta is looking forward to developing more innovative green products and solutions to save the environment, and mitigate the ecological impacts that industrial production creates. Delta also strives to replicate its successful experiences in green manufacturing to create a win-win situation for the economy and the environment, and to achieve ESG goals in a low-carbon environment.


News Source:IABG MKT

14 Febuary 2023