Energy Taiwan: Inaugural international event aims to speed clean energy technology innovation

With Taiwan poised as a central player role in global renewable energy, the stage is set for the inaugural Energy Taiwan, Taiwan’s largest green energy technology exchange platform that aims to accelerate innovation of clean energy technologies. The three-day event at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1, opens September 19 to spotlight the entire renewable energy supply chain.

Organized by SEMI, the global industry association representing the electronics manufacturing supply chain, and TAITRA, a non-profit government trade promotion organization in Taiwan, Energy Taiwan 2018 gathers the global renewable energy leaders for insights on the latest market trends and opportunities. The international exhibition and forum offers the latest renewable energy market information on topics ranging from solar energy, wind energy, smart energy and storage to hydrogen energy, fuel cells, and green finance and insurance.

Heralded as Taiwan’s International Smart Energy Week, Energy Taiwan 2018 focuses on four main themes – Energy Generation, Energy Storage, Energy Saving, and System Integration. The event’s four co-located exhibitions – PV Taiwan, Wind Energy Taiwan, HFC Taiwan, and Smart Storage Taiwan – showcase the latest clean energy technologies and solutions. Industry experts will share insights on the latest trends and technologies at forums including PV Market Deployment Forum, PV Executive Summit, Offshore Wind Energy Summit, HFC Technology Symposium, and Smart Storage and Energy Integration Forum.

With a complete solar energy supply chain, Taiwan brings together the technologies, research capabilities, operations, and cost competitiveness to drive renewable energy innovation and growth. The region also offers:

  • Taiwan’s geography offers unique opportunities for developing offshore wind energy.
  • Backed by the Taiwan government’s Nuclear-Free Homeland policy, Taiwan is starting to play a pivotal role in the global renewable energy market.
  • Taiwan made tremendous strides in solar and wind power generation in 2017, delivering record high volumes with 49 percent and 17 percent growth, respectively.

To highlight business opportunities and Taiwan’s competitive edge in green energy, Energy Taiwan 2018 features the Green Energy Industry Promotion Center Pavilion and Taiwan’s Premium Solar Power System Pavilion. The venues will highlight Taiwan’s current standing in green economics and its supply chain prowess. Energy Taiwan 2018 will also spotlight technology demonstrations at three national pavilions: German Trade Office Taipei, Flanders Investment and Trade (Belgium), and Netherlands Trade and Investment Office.

An estimated 17,000 domestic and overseas buyers are expected to attend Energy Taiwan Forum 2018.


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