Chroma Wins at EE Awards Asia - Featured Green Tech Company

Chroma Wins at EE Awards Asia - Featured Green Tech Company

▲ Chroma ATE. Wins at EE Awards Asia - Featured Green Tech Company
December 15th, 2022
Chroma ATE was honored with an award at the EE Awards Asia for the second consecutive year, this year winning the "Featured Green Tech Company" award. Organized by EE Times and EDN, the EE Awards Asia 2022 drew more than 400 applications from 137 companies around the world to compete for awards such as this Company Award, which recognizes companies with outstanding impact and potential as benchmarks in their respective fields. This recognition highlights Chroma's commitment to sustainable and innovative solutions in the technology industry.

GREEN CHROMA Creates a Sustainable Future

Chroma ATE started out as a test and measurement equipment company, and has since set out to leverage its core technologies towards making the world a greener place. The company has established the Chroma Foundation and the ESG Office to promote education for youth, humanities and the arts, technology, environmental sustainability, and caring for vulnerable populations. Through its Green Chroma initiative, the company advocates for a more sustainable culture across five dimensions: technology and products, responsible supply chain and manufacturing, a friendly and healthy workplace, social influence, and sustainable environment.

We are committed to achieving these goals by promoting the use of green energy as well as the development of smart cities, intelligent transportation and power grids, and energy storage systems. Chroma has developed innovative solutions for regenerative testing, which not only helps customers save substantially on electricity costs but also reduces carbon emissions, thereby driving and accelerating the industry's net-zero transition. Chroma's regenerative test equipment sold in 2020~2022 helped customers reduce 138,070 tons of CO2, equivalent to 359 Taipei Da-An Parks' (or 304 NYC Central Parks') worth of carbon absorption.

▲ William Chang (right), Special Assistant to the CEO of Chroma ATE, awarding the Green Creativity Challenge award to a National Taiwan University of Science and Technology student
The EE Awards Asia 2022 focused on "green engineering", with the aim of encouraging local semiconductor/electronics companies and electronic engineering communities to take action and use their technical expertise to achieve the goal of zero carbon emissions. Chroma ATE responded to this call by sponsoring the "Green Creative Challenge" under its name, encouraging students to engage in innovative product development and academic research.