TheNeedof“Legal”StrategytoRealizeEnergyTechnologyandPromote Energy Industry in Taiwan: Examples of Renewable Energy
Taiwan’s Recent Efforts to Promote Renewable Energy Development: Policy Measures, Legal Measures, Challenges, and Solutions in the Post-Fukushima Era Anton Ming-ZhiGao Assistant Professor, Institute of Law for Science and Technology, National TsingHuaUniversity, Taiwan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Global challenges, Technology Solution, & Policy and Legal Response of Taiwan • Source: IEA, Energy Technology Perspectives 2010, Executive Summary, at page 3, www.iea.org/techno/etp/etp10/English.pdf • (visited on 27 July 2011).
Ambitious Goals for Developing Renewable Energy in a Post-Fukushima Era Yet how to achieve them???
Current TOP 3: Hydro Electricity, Biomass (& waste incinerator), wind power Source: http://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~ntuperc/pdf_meet/0506_1.pdf
Feed-in Tariff for all RE Electricity in 2010 and 2011 Unit: new taiwan dollars/ per kWh
Barriers for :1,000 Onshore and Offshore Wind Farm Program by 2030 • Q:Unit? • Small-kW type or Large-MW type? VS
Fewer barrier for Small-kW Type • Prosperity in Taiwan • Taiwan-based technology lead to favorable FIT for small wind power.
Barrier for Onshore Wind PowerThe flawed strategy? • Too rush? Jump from “middle and high” megawatt hours onshore plants directly to offshore wind？ • The need to raise the FITfor “low megawatt wind hours” onshore wind plants
Barrier for Offshore Wind PowerLaw in place but Insufficient Legal “Framework”!!
Barriers for Million PV Roof Program by 2030” -more ambitious than 100 000 ROOFS SOLAR POWER PROGRAMME of Germany -the new meaning of roof in Taiwan? 3kW * million = 2030 target
Ground-type PV:Should the ground-type PV consider as “ROOF”under the Million PV Roof Program?
Common Barriers for Offshore ind, Marine Energy, and Biomass
Main Measures: Unbalanced Mandatory duty for bio-ethanol and Biodiesel in Taiwan