Tue, 04 July|
Webinar: How Geothermal Energy Became a Key Player in the Taiwan 2050 Net-Zero Policy
Dr. Wang, Shou-Cheng (Basalt) will discuss how geothermal energy has become a key focus for net-zero emissions by 2050 and strategy for the island of Taiwan. The initial goal is not only to reach 20MW by 2025, but at least 1000MW by 2030.
Time & Location
04 July, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm NZST
About the event
There have been many technological breakthroughs in geothermal drilling, exploration and power generation systems in recent years. Introducing the international industry chain is another key to reducing domestic costs and risks. The domestic regulations and exploration in formation disclosure have significantly progressed, stimulating more than 20 new project sites. It is expected that there will be five geothermal power plants operating in Taiwan by the end of this year, three of which are located in Yilan County. Expanding the scale of geothermal power generation will benefit from an on-going focus on a new geothermal legal framework.