Delta Electronics and BMRCL Collaborate for Sustainable Metro Station


Delta Electronics India Pvt Ltd is celebrating its 20th anniversary in India with a significant partnership announcement. The company has collaborated with the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This agreement entails the naming rights of the Bommasandra Metro Station on the yellow line of the RV Road to Bommasandra Line (Reach-5), a crucial part of the Bangalore Metro Rail Project.

Under this collaboration, Delta India will contribute Rs. 65 crore towards the construction of the Bommasandra Metro Station. The initial payment of Rs. 10 crore has already been made. In return, BMRCL will grant the Bommasandra Metro Station the name “Delta Electronics- Bommasandra Metro Station” for a duration of 30 years.

Expressing gratitude for the collaboration, Benjamin Lin, the president of Delta Electronics India, stated that it was an honor to contribute to Bengaluru’s sustainable development. He highlighted that working on the Bommasandra Metro Station aligns with their global mission to promote sustainable cities. Furthermore, he emphasized that the new station will not only encourage a cleaner and more effective transportation system but also improve connectivity for locals and commuters.

Delta Electronics Inc. has earned a global reputation for its exceptional proficiency in power management and innovative IoT-based smart green solutions. In line with its strong commitment to environmental sustainability, Delta India has been at the forefront of promoting energy-efficient products and services throughout India for over two decades.

The collaboration between Delta Electronics India and the Managing Director of BMRCL, M. Maheshwar Rao, has been hailed for its importance in an infrastructure project. Rao praised Delta Electronics India for its significant contribution to the Bommasandra Metro Station, citing it as a testament to their dedication to environmentally responsible urban development. He also commended the creative funding strategy, noting that it sets a valuable standard for future partnerships.

Niranjan Nayak, the Managing Director of Delta Electronics India, expressed great excitement about the project and the collaboration. He emphasized the company’s commitment to enhancing the commuting experience while promoting eco-friendly transportation solutions through this partnership.

The Bommasandra Metro Station is a pivotal component of the 19.15 km yellow line under Phase-II of the Bangalore Metro Rail Project. This line, which connects RV Road to Bommasandra with 16 stations, is poised to offer a sustainable transportation alternative for Bangalore residents and commuters, ultimately easing traffic congestion and reducing vehicular pollution.

BMRCL is a state-owned enterprise that operates the Namma Metro, Bangalore’s metro system. Established in 1994, BMRCL is responsible for the planning, implementation, and operation of the metro rail network in Bangalore. The metro system serves as a crucial mode of public transportation, easing traffic congestion and promoting sustainable urban development in the city. BMRCL is committed to providing safe, efficient, and reliable metro services to the residents of Bangalore.

On the other hand, Delta Electronics is a multinational company that specializes in power and thermal management solutions. Founded in 1971, Delta Electronics has grown to become a leading provider of energy-efficient products and solutions for a wide range of industries, including telecommunications, data centers, automotive, and renewable energy. The company is committed to sustainability and innovation, developing products that help customers reduce their carbon footprint and improve energy efficiency.


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