Delta Electronics Foundation

Established in 1990, Delta Electronics Foundation was founded by Bruce C.H. Cheng, the Founder of Delta Electronics, with the idea to give back to the society that have provided an enabling environment for the company to grow. The goal of the foundation is to foster sustainable development, both domestically and internationally, through environmental education, the promotion of green buildings, and rigorous climate and energy research.

During the initial stages, the foundation was mainly focused on the cultivation of technology talents through sponsorship of academic research. In lieu of climate vulnerability, endangered species and resource depletion resulting from global warming, the foundation gradually transitioned to prioritise environmental protection, with the objective to offer solutions in the realm of sustainability. Given the increased urgency of environmental protection, The Delta Electronics Foundation is now primarily focused on three core areas under the larger 'sustainability' umbrella, namely – "Energy and Climate" "Green Building" and "Talent Cultivation".

Chevening and Delta Electronics Foundation

The Chevening/Delta Electronics Foundation Partner Awards are designed to promote environmental awareness and increase future activity to tackle environmental issues, in particular climate change, by all sectors of Taiwanese society. Since 2008, Delta Electronics Foundation has co-funded two scholarships for scholars who plan to make a contribution to tackling environmental issues in Taiwan.

Who do Delta support?

This year, Delta is generously co-funding awards specifically available to applicants from Taiwan who wish to undertake studies in the fields of:

  • Climate change
  • Business
  • Finance
  • Human rights
  • Law
  • International relations
  • Sustainable development

Applicants who apply to undertake studies in the relevant areas will be considered for a co-sponsored Chevening Award.