Delta's broad event showcase included Photovoltaic (PV) inverters, Electric Vehicle (EV) charging, LED lighting and industrial automation products that integrate as solutions
October 24, 2019. By News Bureau
Delta Electronics Australia Pty Ltd has announced that it has showcased its wide range solutions for smart and green operations at All Energy Australia 2019 at the Melbourne Convention Centre. As Australia's most comprehensive clean and renewable energy event, All Energy was an excellent opportunity for Delta to launch its new DC City Charger and AC MAX charger products for EV charging alongside its Solar Hybrid Solution with its new H5A Solar Inverter and AC Coupled Battery.
Delta's broad event showcase included Photovoltaic (PV) inverters, Electric Vehicle (EV) charging, LED lighting and industrial automation products that integrate as solutions. Speaking at the Delta stand RR101, Country Manager for Delta Electronics (Australia) Pty Ltd, Mr. David Leal said, "Delta has been leveraging our industry leading power supply technology to develop highly efficient and reliable energy management products such as the EV charging stations and photovoltaic inverters you are seeing today at our booth. All Energy is an important annual event for Delta where we showcase our latest products and complete solutions for the Australian market."
The event's convergence of green energy products and solutions attracted many industry professionals interested in Delta's solar and EV charging offerings. Delta's product launches included:
Besides the product launches, Delta's new positioning solution system attracted many visitors to the booth as a working example of how a Wi-Fi connected precision positioning solution provides operators a highly reliable and market leading efficient solution for industrial applications. Delta's intelligent and energy-efficient industrial automation products and solutions give manufacturers maximum control and allow them to unleash their full productive potential.
In addition, Delta joined the conference discussions on smart city technology. Adam Carey, Delta ANZ Regional Manager of Smart LED Lighting, presented-The future of city electrics and smart city technology at the Energy Efficiency Conference on held on 24th October. Mr. Carey's presentation explored the evolvement of smart city technologies and presented new business models to consider for a new smart energy future that delivers customers: flexibility and efficiency with a customer-centric approach.
With R&D, manufacturing and sales networks spanning the globe, Delta delivers innovation to support Australian businesses and homeowners go greener and operate smarter every day. Delta's passion for intelligent and energy-efficient solutions that benefit stakeholders underpins the company brand promise: Smarter. Greener. Together.
AI will move from being a good-to-have technology to a must-have technology
We Need to Create Employment Opportunities that would Inspire Women to Join Clean Energy Space
There Must be a Penal Mechanism on Discoms for Delay in Signing PPAs, Payments Release
India’s Power Sector Must be Financially, Physically Resilient to Secure Investments it Needs