Total purchases share of 640MW offshore wind farm in Taiwan

Once commissioned, the project is forecast to produce enough renewable electricity to cover the power needs of 605,000 households

UK supports offshore wind deal in Taiwan with £200m

East Anglia-based company Seajacks will ship the material needed to install the turbines and Trelleborg will provide protection systems for the cables which connect the turbines to the mainland

‘Taiwan to build around 15GW of new offshore wind capacity by end of 2035’

GlobalData predicts the country’s offshore wind market is ‘set to grow multifold’ as its energy sector transitions towards the national goal of achieving a more sustainable power mix

Wind turbine
innogy enters Taiwan’s offshore wind market

The company has sealed an agreement with Asia Cement Corporation to continue the development of a 448MW offshore wind project

UK commits £230m for offshore wind farm in Taiwan

The project supports Taiwan’s target of generating 20% of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2025

Solar panels in Taiwan
Taiwan deployed more than 1GW of solar in 2018

The government now hopes to install 1.5GW of new solar capacity by the end of 2019

UK and Taiwan strengthen offshore wind ties

The pre-assembly of Taiwan’s first pilot wind farm is expected this month

Solar ponds in Taiwan
Google to string up solar panels over Taiwan’s fishing ponds

The project marks the technology giant’s entrance into Asia’s renewable energy market

UK and Taiwan to strengthen energy sector trade links

The UK and Taiwan are to strengthen trade links in key sectors such as energy. International Trade Minister Greg Hands and Taiwanese Vice-Minister of Economic Affairs Mei-Hua Wang agreed last week to improve international dialogues in fields like biotechnology and clean power generation. Trade between the nations grew to £5.35 billion last year and is […]

Massive blackout revives nuclear energy discussions in Taiwan

A blackout which affected around 6.6 million homes and businesses in Taiwan last week has revived discussions around nuclear energy. It was caused by a blunder at the nation’s biggest gas-fired power plant on 15th August, following which Economy Minister Chih-Kung Lee resigned. The incident at CPC Corporation’s Tatan power plant, which accounts for almost […]