Delta intros EV solutions to Southeast Asia

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TAIPEI, TAIWAN: Delta Electronics announced that it has started supplying First Energy Networks (FEN), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tan Chong Motor Holdings Berhad in Southeast Asia, with a wall-mounted residential AC charger for the Nissan LEAF, the best-selling pure electric vehicle (EV) in the world, recently launched in Malaysia.


Delta's AC charger enables the EV owners to fully charge their vehicles within four hours. In addition, Delta is cooperating with FEN, Malaysia's first commercial EV charging service provider, in the installation of 20 EV charging stations in major car dealership locations, shopping malls, and public facilities in Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Malacca and Johor Bahru to provide EV owners free and convenient charging services.

FEN's co-operation with Delta will enable Tan Chong Motor Holdings, one of the region's largest automobile manufacturing and sales companies, to provide a comprehensive EV dealership platform that offers green vehicles and EV charging units as car accessories and supports public charging infrastructure for the development of eco-transportation in Malaysia for years to come.

In 2013, Delta achieved considerable results in the global EV charging market, including a quick charging solution installed at Hong Kong International Airport, DC quick chargers and site management system (SMS) installations for a major utility company in Thailand, EV charging stations at Sun Moon Lake in Taiwan and a DC quick charging solution in Norway.

Delta also showcased its smart AC charger equipped with both ZigBee and Wi-Fi communication protocols, and real-time energy management in October in Detroit, USA, as well as DC quick chargers and SMS at the Thailand Motor Expo 2013.