Posts Tagged ‘Taiwan’

Taiwan county signs with CIP to boost offshore wind power generation

The Chnaghua County government has disclosed it has signed an MoU with Denmark-based Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners for cooperation to boost development of offshore wind power generation in central Taiwan. Offshore areas to the west of the central county has advantages of strong wind and shallow waters, making them suitable for developing offshore wind farms, Holst […]

Siemens vows to turn Taiwan into offshore wind hub

At a press event, the company reiterated its mission to use its technologies in offshore wind power, gas-fired power generation and energy efficiency via digitalization to help establish a sustainable energy future for Taiwan. President Tsai Ing-wen recently announced the latest energy mix plan for Taiwan in 2015 – 20 percent renewable, 50 percent natural […]

Mass protests in Taiwan against nuclear energy

Taipei, March 11 – Thousands of citizens took to the streets in Taiwanese capital Taipei on Saturday demanding the closure of atomic power plants and more citizen involvement in decisions on radioactive waste storage. More than 60 anti-nuclear civil society groups rallied to demand greater openness and civic participation in managing nuclear waste, and advocated […]

Taiwan to promote offshore wind power generation

Taiwan has designated 36 areas off its west coast with water depths of up to 50m as offshore wind power-generating farms, setting target cumulative investment of NT$88 billion for 2020 and NT$670 billion for 2030. For offshore wind power generation, Taiwan’s economics ministry aims at cumulative total installation capacity of 4,000MWp for 2030. View full […]