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  • Taiwan to proceed with nuclear plant shutdown amid debates

    Discover the latest on Taiwan’s nuclear power stance: The Executive Yuan confirms the decommission of Maanshan Nuclear Power Plant’s Unit 1 and emphasizes green energy development amid legislative debates on nuclear power regulations.
    2024/07/11 16:12
  • Premier reaffirms Taiwan’s commitment to nuclear-free future

    Discover Taiwan’s commitment to a nuclear-free future and green energy development as Premier Cho Jung-tai addresses concerns over nuclear power extension, emphasizing stable power supply and leading green energy initiatives by 2030.
    2024/06/07 12:07
  • Taiwan aims to become AI leader with new strategic plan

    Discover Taiwan’s ambitious plan to become an AI powerhouse, unveiled by President Lai at Taipei COMPUTEX. With support from NVIDIA and TSMC, the initiative focuses on stable power, supercomputers, and talent in AI and semiconductors.
    2024/06/05 11:00
  • Premier Chen visits Taiwan’s first offshore wind farm

    Discover how Taiwan is leading in green energy with Premier Chen Chien-jen’s visit to Formosa 1, the nation’s first offshore wind farm, emphasizing offshore wind power and the goal for net-zero emissions by 2050.
    2024/05/07 15:35
  • Taipower president refutes claims of energy policy failure

    Discover the reasons behind the recent power outages in Taoyuan, Taiwan, as Taipower’s President, Wang Yao-ting, clarifies the situation. Learn about the complexities of Taiwan’s power system, the comparison with Tokyo Electric Power Company, and the ongoing efforts towards green energy development.
    2024/04/22 17:59
  • J.W. Kuo to tackle Taiwan’s energy challenges as minister

    Taiwan’s Premier-designate Cho Jung-tai announces the third wave of cabinet appointments focusing on energy stability and green development amid national shortages in labor and resources.
    2024/04/16 16:52
  • Seoul and Sapporo highlight green policies at SCSE

    On the third day of the 11th Smart City Summit and Expo in Taipei, Taiwan’s trading partners, including Seoul and Sapporo, highlighted their contributions and innovations in building smart, eco-friendly cities through digital transformation and green policies, emphasizing the importance of international cooperation for a sustainable urban future.
    2024/03/21 17:00
  • Tainan Mayor backs probe into solar plant scandal

    Tainan Mayor Huang Wei-che supports a thorough investigation into an alleged solar power plant scandal involving Ysolar Co. under former Executive Yuan Commissioner Ku Sheng-hui. The Tainan prosecutor’s office is probing the case, with Mayor Huang subpoenaed as a witness. Huang emphasizes the importance of transparency and adherence to legal guidelines in green energy development, stressing the need for swift resolution and clarity in the investigation.
    2024/03/01 15:59
  • Tainan prepares grand displays for Lantern Festival 2024

    The Taiwan Lantern Festival 2024 will be held in Tainan on February 3, featuring lantern areas in Anping and the High Speed Rail (HSR), covering a combined area of about 50 hectares. The Anping Lantern Area will be open from February 3 to March 10, while the HSR Lantern Area will be open from February 24 to March 10. The HSR lantern area, spanning about 28 hectares, is located around the International Convention Center Tainan (ICC Tainan) and consists of three main sections: the main exhibit, "Light in the City," and a "green-energy" zone. The main exhibit will have 11 themes, while "Light in the City" will guide visitors through Tainan’s 400-year history using sound, light, and art. One of the main attractions in "Light in the City" is the art installation called "Infinity Cube," a 16-meter-high structure funded by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) at a cost of over NT$10 million. The Infinity Cube is made up of thousands of mirror-reflective plates, creating diverse visual effects that reflect the surrounding environment during the day and illuminate the city at night. Tainan Mayor Huang Wei-che expressed gratitude to TSMC for its sponsorship and believes it will attract more visitors to the festival. TSMC sees this artwork as an embodiment of its ESG vision, focusing on green manufacturing, responsible supply chains, a diverse workplace, talent development, and caring for the underprivileged.
    2024/01/29 14:27
  • Taipower commits to renewable energy trend post-election

    Taiwan’s commitment to renewable energy remains strong despite the recent general election results, according to Taipower. The acting chairman emphasized that the development of renewable energy is now a significant trend, no longer dependent on political parties. While Taipower’s total electricity sale in 2023 decreased by 1.6% due to reduced industry consumption, power use in commercial and domestic sectors has increased. The chairman highlighted the importance of green energy for Taiwan’s export-oriented industries and expressed the relentless drive for renewable energy. Regarding potential adjustments or innovative approaches, further evaluation is necessary. In response to questions about nuclear energy, Taipower stated that the new congress would hold discussions on power use and choice, and the company is prepared to provide data and respect any decisions made by the parliament.
    2024/01/16 17:21
  • TSMC advances with construction of Kaohsiung factories

    Taipei (TVBS News) - Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai has announced that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) is making progress on schedule with the construction of its first factory in Kaohsiung. The second factory has also received the necessary license, and administrative procedures are underway. The city government has ensured that Kaohsiung has ample water and electricity supply, as well as available land. Plans are in place for a reclaimed water plant and the promotion of green electricity. The government is fully committed to assisting in the development of the industrial park, including urban planning, transportation improvements, and collaborations in talent training. Kaohsiung City Government is closely cooperating with TSMC to expedite the realization of the company’s advanced processing facilities.
    2023/12/27 10:30
  • Lai Ching-te defends ’2025 Non-Nuclear Homeland’

    Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Lai Ching-te defended his party’s energy policy against criticisms from the Kuomintang (KMT) and Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) on Tuesday (Dec. 26), reiterating that the ’2025 Non-Nuclear Homeland’ is not forcible termination. The plan, launched by President Tsai Ing-wen, is not meant to abruptly end the operation of existing nuclear power plants. The Maanshan Nuclear Power Plant’s No. 2 Reactor will cease operations by 2025 in accordance with the law. Lai praised Tsai’s initiative in developing the renewable energy industry and questioned the stance of KMT’s presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih and TPP’s presidential candidate Ko Wen-je on nuclear power. Lai also cast doubts on the candidates’ proposals to resurrect the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant, questioning the disregard of the referendum’s legal effects. He announced plans to invest NT$900 billion by 2030 in motivating corporate investment for the goal of ’carbon neutrality by 2050.’ Lai emphasized the importance of aligning with international standards, establishing carbon trading systems, promoting green electricity, reducing carbon emissions from the Taiwan Power Company, and addressing climate change’s impact on industrial development. He dismissed concerns about future green energy supply sufficiency, citing the Taiwan Power Company’s prediction of an electricity demand increase to 7 million kilowatts by 2030, with supply surpassing 9 million kilowatts. Lai predicted an end to power shortages and the advent of a diverse green energy era.
    2023/12/26 19:35
  • TPP calls for pragmatic energy mix amid Greenpeace demo

    Greenpeace has staged a surprise demonstration calling for a 40% renewable energy target in Taiwan by 2030. The Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) has responded by emphasizing the need for a pragmatic approach to the country’s energy mix policy. TPP spokesperson Tai Yu-wen stated that the energy strategy should be based on scientific evidence, focused on just energy transformation and sustainable development. The TPP supports a proposed energy mix of 45% natural gas, 30% renewables, 15% coal, and 10% nuclear power by 2030. Tai emphasized the importance of developing renewable energy sources while also maintaining justice in the energy transition. The TPP encourages the use of green power, supports community renewable energy projects, and aims to enhance the development of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure. The party hopes to achieve ambitious goals by 2030, including a 100% electrification rate for public buses and significant market shares for electric cars and scooters.
    2023/12/20 21:25
  • Kaohsiung first in Taiwan to issue NT$2B green bonds

    Kaohsiung City Government’s Finance Bureau has become the first in Taiwan to be granted the qualification to issue green bonds, with a total amount of NT$2 billion. This move is expected to save on interest payments and enact sustainable environmental practices without increasing the city’s debt. The green bonds will fund green investment projects, encompassing renewable energy development, enhanced energy efficiency, and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. These bonds, totaling NT$2 billion, will utilize their low, fixed interest rates to replace existing higher-interest bank loans, ensuring resources are invested in low-carbon construction. Under Mayor Chen Chi-mai’s leadership, the city has reduced its debt by NT$10.6 billion by the end of 2022, surpassing the goal of a NT$10 billion reduction. Kaohsiung aims to continue strengthening its financial and environmental sustainability and implement comprehensive net-zero policies as it works toward a 2050 net-zero goal.
    2023/12/20 19:38
  • Greenpeace protests at Taiwan parties’ HQs for green energy

    Greenpeace stages dramatic protests at the national campaign headquarters of the Democratic Progressive Party, Kuomintang, and Taiwan People’s Party presidential candidates, symbolizing Taiwan’s "lack of green electricity." Activists construct towering billboards to voice concerns about Taiwan’s environmental and economic crises due to inadequate green energy development. Greenpeace urges all candidates to commit to enhancing green energy targets for 2030. Lai Ching-te, the DPP candidate, references COP28’s decision and President Tsai Ing-wen’s efforts to complete the first phase of the energy transition. Taiwan’s green electricity supply now exceeds 10 percent, surpassing nuclear power generation.
    2023/12/20 19:03
  • Premier Chen uges green shift in Taiwan’s building sector

    Premier Chen Chien-jen of Taiwan’s Executive Yuan emphasized the critical role of building materials in the country’s transition towards a net-zero future. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the TaiPei Building Show, Premier Chen highlighted the event’s significance in boosting the international visibility of Taiwan’s building materials industry. This emphasis aligns with the National Development Council’s announcement of Taiwan’s 2050 net-zero emissions pathway, which outlines a strategy encompassing energy, industry lifestyle, and society. Premier Chen stressed the importance of developing industrially competitive, sustainable, and resilient business processes that could reduce emissions and promote circular usage. With Taiwan working towards meeting its climate commitments, the Premier expressed optimism about the collective industry effort to drive a green transition and support the country’s economic expansion.
    2023/12/07 20:54
  • NDC Minister eyes swift ECA with Australia for energy ties

    Taiwan’s National Development Council Minister, Kung Ming-hsin, expressed the hope for Taiwan to swiftly sign an Economic Cooperation Agreement (ECA) with Australia. In his speech, he emphasized the potential for collaboration in the hydrogen energy sector to boost industrial development between the two countries. Kung, on behalf of Taiwan’s government, accepted the official release of the 2023 White Paper by the Australia New Zealand Chamber of Commerce (ANZCHAM). He highlighted the record high trade of US$34.08 billion among Taiwan, New Zealand, and Australia last year. Kung also emphasized Australia’s crucial role as a major supplier of energy and agricultural products for Taiwan, emphasizing the complementarity between their economic industries. He mentioned Taiwan’s involvement in offshore wind financing operations with the Macquarie Group and its target of 10% of its energy mix coming from hydrogen, particularly green hydrogen, illustrating the potential for energy cooperation with New Zealand and Australia.
    2023/12/07 20:42
  • Taiwan issues "Songshan Declaration" at COP28

    A civilian group from Taiwan, the Taiwan Youth Climate Coalition (TWYCC), unveiled the "Songshan Declaration" at a side event related to the upcoming 28th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP28) in Dubai. The declaration calls for fair transition strategies to combat climate change. TWYCC representative Gina Lee highlighted the controversial solar energy development in Tainan’s Qigu area, discussing its negative impact on local aquaculture fishers. The group also explored examples of just transition, such as solar development in Cigu and the electrification of scooters, expressing concern about the government’s lack of dialogue with youth. The "Songshan Declaration" was jointly initiated by stakeholders from Taiwan’s industries, government, academia, and civil society, pledging to enforce the Climate Change Response Act and engage in the global stocktake. Chen Hui-ping, Chairperson of the Taiwan Green Energy for Charity Association, shared experiences of enabling social change through the "Green Well (GW) 100+" initiative, which has installed solar power systems for underprivileged communities and conducted energy audits and equipment replacements in social welfare institutions. The association emphasized that their model of green charity fosters wider stakeholder participation and contributes positively to the energy transition.
    2023/12/07 17:02
  • NDC notes Taiwan’s breakthroughs in green energy transition

    The Taiwanese government is taking preemptive measures to achieve its goal of net-zero emissions by 2050. Premier Chen Chien-jen highlights the importance of a talented workforce and enhanced research in guiding industries towards a green energy transition. The government is also focused on strengthening strategies and providing better services for domestic industries. The National Development Council is actively removing obstacles to land acquisition for overseas businesses returning to Taiwan. The Ministry of Economic Affairs has proposed a plan to increase water supply capacity and promote the use of reclaimed and desalinated water. Additionally, the MOEA is investing in renewable energy infrastructure, particularly in solar and offshore wind power, with the aim of establishing high-performance offshore wind ports.
    2023/11/16 21:21
  • Taichung mini hydroelectric plant to complete by year’s end

    The "Taichung City Mini Hydroelectric Development Plan" in Taiwan has signed a 20-year contract with collaborating companies for total funding. The project, led by Fong He Green Energy & Environment Co. and JetPro, aims to create a mini hydroelectric facility within Taichung City. The first facility, the Shishuike Creek mini hydroelectric power plant, is set to be completed by the end of the year and will have an installation capacity of 185KW.
    2023/10/26 11:27
  • Develop green energy is necessary for Taiwan: Vice Premier

    Vice Premier Cheng Wen-tsan said Monday (Aug. 14) that Taiwan’s green energy development doesn’t attribute to Taipower’s debt.
    2023/08/14 20:06
  • Vice Premier assures sufficient energy in Taiwan

    Vice Premier Cheng Wen-tsan assured Taiwan on Wednesday (July 5) that it would have sufficient electricity and urged the continuation of green energy development.
    2023/07/05 16:32
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