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Renewables Industry Faces Environmentalist Challenges

Timothy Ferry on Taiwan Business Topics writes that the renewable energy industry in Taiwan faces challenges from environmentalists. 

The C3 Take
  • Taiwan has set goals to increase renewable energy while eliminating its dependence on coal and nuclear energy by 2025.
  • The government is facing challenges in achieving this goal as environmental groups and local fishermen are challenging several solar and wind energy projects.
  • Taiwan should embrace nuclear energy while finding ways to incorporate a diverse energy portfolio that includes solar, wind, natural gas, and other clean energy.

“If Taiwan fails to meet the green energy and natural gas goals while facing a hard deadline for eliminating nuclear power, it will either face power shortages or be forced to continue operating coal-fired power plants that were set to be retired.”

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