History
2015
2014
  • ─ The Foundation assisted professors and students from the Graduate Institute of Architecture of National Chiao Tung University to compete in a Solar Decathlon in Europe.
  • ─ The "Environmental Education Promotion Project" received the First Prize of CSR Group given by Global Views Monthly.
  • ─ Received the Outstanding Group Award of National Environmental Education.
  • ─  "Beyond Beauty: Taiwan from Above" was awarded with the Best Documentary Film of Taipei Golden Horse.
  • ─ Curated the Environmental Exhibition: Run for Water‧Water for Run.
  • ─ Co-organized a side event about resiliency building during COP20 in Peru, Lima.
  • ─ Donated equipment for monitoring toxic hazards after gas explosion in Kaohsiung, and funded Sunshine Social Welfare Foundation for victims’ rehabilitation.
2013
  • ─ During Taiwan Lantern Festival, the Foundation based on the concept of carbon credits, planned the "Delta Celestial Blissz" to carry out the concept of low-carbon buildings.
  • ─ Taiwan's first aerial environmental documentary film "Beyond Beauty:Taiwan from Above" was broadcast and received great feedback. The Foundation is one of the major sponsors of this film. The cooperation of environmental clip with Photographer Chi Po-Lin, "Taiwan from the Air", was also released in 2013.
  • ─ "Delta Celestial Bliss" received the Outstanding Award of CSR Group from Global Views Monthly.
  • ─ Donated the LED lights to the National Museum of Natural Science, which be installed outside the Green House as a new lighting display. 
  • ─ Received the Outstanding Award of Environmental Education in Taipei City.
  • ─ The construction of the "R&D Building of Sun Yun-Hsuan" was selected as one of the cases in "The World's Greenest Buildings".
2012
  • ─ "Namasia Ming Chuan Elementary School" donated and rebuilt after Typhoon Morakot was completed; with energy saving and solar power generation, the future "net zero energy consumption" green campus was built.
  • ─ The Most Influential Award of a Mobile Community Service Given by Xue Xue was received for "Assistance to Climate Refugees – The Rebuilding of Namasia Ming Chuan Elementary School".
  • ─ "The Rebuilding of Namasia Ming Chuan Elementary School Project" received the Award for Outstanding Newly Completed Environmental Buildings in Asia Pacific.
  • ─ Cooperated with Taiwan Aerial Imaging and National Taiwan Science Education Center to produce "Taiwan from the Above-Aerial Environmental Imaging Exhibition", the first environmental exhibition curated by the Foundation.
  • ─ Supreme Quality Award received by the energy school, Kaohsiung Jiachang Elementary School given by Ministry of Education.
2011
  • ─ Donated the construction of the "R&D Building of Sun Yun-Hsuan" at NCKU with the newest green building technology that completed in February.
  • ─ In 2011, built zero carbon classrooms at Wanfang Elementary School, Minfu Elementary School, and Jiachang Elementary School for the demonstration of energy education.
  • ─ "The Climate Battle in Taiwan" cooperated with the IC Sound of Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park Broadcasting, and received the Golden Bell Award.
  • ─ The Low Carbon 3D Movie Tourbus was launched and scheduled to tour in remote towns to screen environmental documentaries. 
  • ─ 2nd Community Service Award received from the Ministry of Education.
2010
  • ─ Began "Energy School" project to consult schools with energy inspection and teaching plans.
  • ─ Chairman, Bruce Cheng and "Low-carbon Life Blog" were both awarded as Environmental Hero of Global Views Monthly.
  • ─ "Low-carbon Life Blog" received the Most Influential Award of Community Service Given by Xue Xue.
  • ─ Received the Art and Business Award given by the Council for Cultural Affairs due to the participation in the reconstruction work after Typhoon Morakot.
2009
  • ─ Initiated the "Green Collar Architect Workshop", a professional course for talents engaging in green buildings and green renovation and decoration.
  • ─ "The 24 Lessons of Low-carbon Life" received the Good Book Award given by China Times.
2008
  • ─ The first group of Delta Energy Volunteers taught at schools; the Foundation now has been continuously training business workers as the seed teachers to use active and interesting teaching methods to teach knowledge to elementary students.
  • ─ "Low-carbon Life Blog" was awarded with "The Chinese Community Service Award".
2007
  • ─ Initiation of the "Energy-saving Residential Unit Rebuilding" project to finance 25 houses to improve energy consumption and build healthier and more comfortable housing environment.
  • ─ Cooperated with the BTCO to offer joint scholarships.
 
2006
  • ─ Introduced the KEEP12 Energy Management Project on Campus to cooperate with environmental education agencies in Taiwan to prepare localized energy education program and brought the teaching material to elementary and junior high schools in Taiwan.
  • ─ Provided scholarships for oversea Chinese students in Thailand to come to study in Taiwan.
 
2005
  • ─ Gave Delta/NTIO Joint Environmental Scholarship to encourage students to study environmental courses in Europe.
  • ─ The Foundation worked with the National Taiwan Science Education Center to launch the Green Energy Mobile to test mobile educational exhibitions, attracting more than 100,000 visitors.
  • ─ Cooperated with the Society of Wilderness to initiate the event of "Summer Turn off the Light Day" to encourage the public to save energy in daily life.
 
2002
  • ─ Received the National Community Service Award from Ministry of Education.
 
2001
  • ─ Established scholarships for Chinese Schools in Northern Thailand; improved Chinese teaching quality in Northern Thailand by providing teachers' trainings and software/hardware funding from time to time.

 

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