Renewable Energy In Taiwan Discussion Webinar
Join the U.S. Commercial Service for a discussion on renewable energy in Taiwan with speakers from Swancor Renewable Energy, Vena Energy, and the American Institute in Taiwan to discover business opportunities in the renewable energy sector.
Taiwan plans to generate 20% of its energy from renewable energy by 2025, up from 5% in 2020. Energy policy calls for significantly less coal, more LNG, increased renewables and a “nuclear-free homeland”. Between 2021 and 2035, Taiwan will add 15.7GW of offshore wind power. For solar energy, Taiwan will add 14.2 GW by 2025. Current unfinished wind and solar projects value is approximately $82.9 billion.
Overview of U.S. Commercial Service and Renewable Energy in Taiwan
Wellington Chu, Commercial Officer,
American Institute in Taiwan
Business Opportunities in Wind Energy
Lucas Lin, CEO,
Swancor Renewable Energy
Business Opportunities in Solar Energy
Lisa Cheng, Head of Investment for Taiwan and General Manager, Regional Investment,