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  • DPP skips KMT-led talks on halting electricity price hike

    Discover the ongoing political debate in Taipei as the DPP abstains from KMT-initiated talks on freezing electricity prices amid rising costs due to the Russo-Ukrainian War, highlighting the clash over addressing structural unfairness in charges.
    2024/04/24 18:01
  • Taiwan gears up for water price hike: calls for conservation

    Stay updated on Taiwan’s impending water price hike and strategies for conservation amid concerns of increased charges for high water users. Learn about potential adjustments in tariffs, efforts to mitigate impacts on large enterprises, and the importance of balancing water resource management with economic sustainability.
    2024/02/23 15:56
  • Premier pledges transparency in future power rate hikes

    Taiwan Premier Chen Chien-jen emphasizes Taipower’s role in stabilizing commodity prices amid global challenges, promising transparency in future electricity rate adjustments. The upcoming electricity price review committee may lead to inclusive price hikes, citing the impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on raw material costs. Chen underscores Taipower’s efforts to control expenses and enhance efficiency while ensuring public understanding of any changes in electricity charges.
    2024/02/20 11:58
  • Bitcoin miners indicted for stealing power worth NT$77M

    A Bitcoin mining operations group in Taichung, Taiwan will be indicted on charges of aggravated theft for stealing 1.7 million kilowatt-hours of electricity from Taipower, costing the state-owned enterprise nearly NT$77 million. The group, led by a man surnamed Huang, was discovered through five rounds of investigation by the Criminal Investigation Bureau’s crime prevention division. The division seized stolen electricity equipment, Bitcoin mining machines, and illicit gains totaling over NT$80 million. The Taichung District Prosecutors Office identified the site manager, financier, and individuals responsible for setting up the mining operation. Two miners, Cheng and Su, chose sites where the wiring was on the verge of melting due to constant high-speed operation at high temperatures, endangering nearby establishments such as a hotpot restaurant and an after-school program. The prosecutors noted the malicious attitude displayed by the two miners and have requested a heavy sentence.
    2023/11/16 18:25
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