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[Ambassador report] Feature Free Report : Taiwan's Energy Transition Roadmap

by Yu Hsuan Huang | 20-10-2019 16:17 Comments 5 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

Will renewable energy become Taiwan’s long-term policy in the future? I think this is something that can happen. In Taiwan, the Taiwan branch of the 350 International Climate Change Organization has promoted the relevant energy transformation blueprint project research since February, and is now ready to release the full text stage.

The main concern of this research is to get rid of the people's threshold for the issue of renewable energy. In Taiwan, the issue of renewable energy is in discussion. It is not like other issues, you can exchange opinions with others through your own likes and dislikes.

The knowledge that renewable energy itself needs to know is more complicated and cumbersome than other issues, and this is why Taiwan is now clearly defined because of this issue. Because they don't know enough, they will not be interested in understanding such issues. This report uses simple formulas and participatory discussions to allow people to participate in the discussion of renewable energy by reading this report. Instead of being taken away by the external message, it does not keep up with the trend of the world. I am one of the members of this research, so I am writing here to convey the results of our research to the future of Taiwan's long-term energy policy.

Our research shows that Taiwan's current energy policy is only 2025 non-nuclear homes and 2030 targets derived from non-nuclear home policies. According to the device capacity target set by the 2025 non-nuclear home policy, only 48.36 billion kWh of electricity can be generated. Even with the energy target of 2030: 25% of renewable energy, it is only a short-term plan for ten years, although it seems that the government has already There is a great deal of energy policy, and we are trying to promote the transformation of renewable energy to benefit Taiwan's existing traditional industries. However, compared with the goal of 2050 climate change policy abroad, there is still a large space for efforts. Call here.

For example, the developer of the Copenhagen Infrastructure Fund’s Changhua Changfang and West Island 600MW wind farm wind turbine transportation and installation project priority contractor contract has been signed with CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering Co., Ltd, and bring Taiwan shipbuilding not only in the future. It can undertake policy orders made by the national ship, and can also make offshore wind turbines to inject new industries into the local fisheries of Changhua Yunlin.

Then the current 2025 non-nuclear homes have a power generation ratio of 20GW for solar energy, 5.5GW for offshore wind power, and 1.2GW for wind power on the land. What we need is more renewable energy because it is not just our 350 international climate change. The organization's appeal is also the desire of the SEMI International Semiconductor Industry Association.

From the press conference of SEMI's Smart Energy Exhibition, the "Popular Optoelectronic Public Policy Recommendations" published is to show that 78.4% of the people support the development of the government's solar photovoltaic. However, 70.6% of the people do not know that solar energy is non-toxic, and 93.3% of people do not know that the government actually has a mechanism for recycling solar energy. Therefore, this also coincides with our appeal. What we need is to popularize the knowledge of renewable energy, and to let the public know about relevant knowledge in civil society.

After all, there are still some gaps in the final research. Therefore, we hope that the three-point practice in Taiwan society is a long-term renewable energy policy formulation commitment, and that more people can enter this career, and finally hope to obtain more. Multi-land and site weather information, and this is one of our efforts in Taiwan.




Kushal Naharki

  • Kushal Naharki says :
    Hello Yu Husan

    I do hope that you are fine and doing great with your works.
    Thank you for your report about Taiwan's Energy Transition Roadmap

    Green Cheers from Nepal :)
    Keep writing great reports.
    We are eager to read more reports from you.

    Kushal Naharki

    Posted 26-10-2019 10:36

Hyeongmin Mentor

  • Hyeongmin Mentor says :
    Hi Yu Hsuan

    You listed very useful information that can tell people about the reality of the renewable energy.

    I also think that most people are not familiar with the renewable energy, so they don't feel the need in transition to it. It is a natural phenomenon.
    Also, there are some limitations in renewable energy which makes people resist with the installation of renewable energy facilities.
    However, people should be aware that transition to renewable energy is a essential revolution that needs to be taken. There is no more time for hesitation in reducing the green house gas emission. Many environmental organizations including the one you are in, should take an important role in letting people know about the benefits of renewable energy.

    Thank you for the informative report.

    Keep up the good work.
    Posted 24-10-2019 21:44

Sandhya Adhikari

  • Sandhya Adhikari says :
    Hello Yu Hsuan,
    Greeting from Nepak,
    I do hope you are fine there and doing great with your works,

    Thank you for your report on such a great topics, it is absolutely true and its our responsibility to lighten the knowledge about renewable energy to everyone,

    Keep writing such a great report,

    Green cheers from Nepal,
    We are eager to read much more from you,

    Sandhya Adhikari
    Posted 20-10-2019 23:09

Lisa Mentor

  • Lisa Mentor says :
    Hey Yu Hsuan Huang,
    it's Lisa once again.

    I think it's great that you chose your free topic that is relevant to the theme of this month.
    As for the policies, yes I think whatever policy that's being implemented, it's important to make sure that the people who are affected by the policy should be informed of its details. This is because of but not limited to the political efficacy of the people. Moreover, a sufficient understanding of the policy allows for more cooperation and participation from the citizens. That's why even if the policy itself is great if the people don't commit to it, it will be in vain.

    Renewable energy is indeed an agenda that not many people are familiar with yet and it does require some professional knowledge. Yet, I think that it is our task as well as developing the technology to raise public awareness on the topic and providing adequate and easily understandable information to them.

    Thank you for bringing up the important aspect of the issue.
    I really am impressed by your contribution!

    Green cheers!
    Posted 20-10-2019 21:49

Meena Pandey

  • Meena Pandey says :
    Hello Yu Hsuan!!!
    I hope you are fine and doing great.
    Thank you for well-written report.

    Keep writing and shining.

    Warm regards,
    Posted 20-10-2019 19:37

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