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  • Economics Minister disputes power shortage claims

    Taipei’s Economics Minister, Wang Mei-hua, announced that power shortages have significantly decreased in recent years, with no shortages reported in 2023. Wang dismissed former President Ma Ying-jeou’s claims of power shortages under the Democratic Progressive Party’s governance as inconsistent with the facts. Since President Tsai Ing-wen took office, improvements have been made to the power scheduling mechanism, enhancing power supply stability. In response to power cuts in May 2021, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) plans to invest over NT$500 billion in improvements over the next decade. The MOEA aims to add 9.1 million kilowatts to the power supply by 2030, excluding renewable energy, to meet the projected increase in power demand of 7 million kilowatts over the next seven years.
    2023/11/07 17:57
  • Taiwanese doctor joins frontline efforts in Gaza

    Taiwanese intervention in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, particularly in the Gaza Strip, aims to provide aid. Dr. Hung Shang-kai, an emergency physician from Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital and part of Doctors Without Borders, has been stationed in Gaza since July. He hopes to improve the local emergency triage system to help more injured patients due to frequent conflicts and a shortage of medical resources in the area. The Gaza Strip faces challenges such as overdevelopment, saltwater intrusion, clean water shortage, and limited electricity supply, which result in medical supply shortages and hinder specialized treatment. Various organizations are extending their help to locals during these turbulent times.
    2023/10/16 10:49
  • Hou Yu-ih stands firm on nuclear policy amid scrutiny

    KMT presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih faces scrutiny over nuclear policy during Taichung visit. His unwavering stance, energy objectives, and power supply concerns are discussed.
    2023/08/10 21:45
  • Scorching heat grips Taiwan: Heat warnings issued

    The Central Weather Bureau (CWB) issued heat warnings for nine cities and counties on Friday (June 30), signifying the imminent arrival of scorching hot weather across Taiwan throughout the weekend and prompting the need for heat precautionary measures.
    2023/06/30 17:29
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