2017-10-27

BIG SUN Seeks Strategic Alliance With System Operators

During PV Taiwan 2017, report was in circulation on the merger of some Taiwanese PV cell and module makers, underscoring the attempt among local players to form into alliances, which, along with strong government backing for the green industry, will give the industry'.. more
2017-10-18

Merger of Gintech, NSP and Solartech Will Contribute to Taiwan’s Solar Industry by Speeding Up Vertical Integration and Stimulating Investments

Taiwan’s three solar companies Gintech, Neo Solar Power (NSP) and Solartech signed an MOU on October 16 announcing their intention to merge as one single corporate entity by the third quarter of 2018. According to EnergyTrend, a division of TrendForce, the.. more
2017-10-11

Taiwanese Enterprises Striving for 20% Goal for Renewable Energy by 2025

The goal of the Tsai Ing-wen administration in Taiwan to raise the share of renewable capacity to 40%, generation to 20% by 2025, as part of the nuclear-free homeland vision, poses as a major challenge for both the government and the private sector.  That goal is a tal.. more
2017-09-14

Taiwan Should Develop Indigenous Green Energy: Solar Impulse Initiator

With heavy reliance on imported energy, Taiwan should develop indigenous green energy, urged Bertrand Piccard, initiator and co-pilot of Solar Impulse, the first successful round-the-world solar powered flight. Speaking at WCIT 2017 (Worl.. more
2017-09-11

DPP Government Needs Municipal Cooperation in Promoting Green Power

In order to materialize the vision of nuclear-free homeland by 2025, the Tsai Ing-wen administration has targeted raising the share of green power to 20%. The "alliance for pushing energy transformation," organized by dozens of NGOs, .. more
2017-09-08

Revisiting Taiwan's Energy Policy Following Aug. 15 Power Outage

The Aug. 15 extensive power outage disrupting local people's life, triggered by CPC Taiwan's error in gas supply for Taipower, has prompted rethinking of the nation's energy policy. At the heart of the issue is DPP government&#.. more
2017-07-14

EnergyTrend Anticipates Increasing Demand for Taiwanese PV Products This Third Quarter Following Latest Reviews of AD/CVD Rates

The U.S. has further lowered the antidumping and countervailing (AD/CVD) rates imposed on Chinese and Taiwanese solar imports in 2012 and 2014, according official statements on the recent AD/CVD reviews conducted by the U.S. Department of Commerce. Many PV c.. more

 

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