Energy Taiwan Establishing the Trifecta of PV Solar, Wind Power and Smart Energy Storage
- Online Date: 2020/10/16
- Modify Date: 2020/10/22
The 2020 Energy Taiwan took place Oct. 14-16, in TaiNEX 1. The exhibition combined "Photovoltaic", "Wind Power", and "Smart Power Storage" to form an energy trifecta. A total of 130 companies using 500 booths during the 3-day event. These companies presented optimal solutions for power generation, power storage, and power conservation. It was the only renewable energy exhibition platform in Taiwan.
Due to the pandemic in the first half of the year, the global construction of renewable energy sources has been delayed. However, with new policies issued by governments around the world encouraging the implementation of green energy and the completion of delayed construction, renewable energies are expected to rebound in 2021.
According to the report published by the Industrial Technology Research Institute IEK, the compound growth rate of new offshore wind farm construction in 2019 to 2024 will reach 7.4% globally. Furthermore, all traditional energy producers and oil traders have adopted both renewable energy and non-renewable energy businesses in recent years. It is evident that, although the green energy industry has suffered fluctuations, it is still maintaining growth.
This year, President Tsai Ing-wen has outlined the six core strategic industries and is actively pushing Taiwan to become the Asia Pacific Green Energy Center. Through strengthening local development and establishing a national green energy team, she hopes to drive the next wave of economic development in Taiwan.
This year's Energy Taiwan has gathered several iconic companies, including YSOLAR, TSEC, Motech, AU Optronics, Taya Group, Solaredge, Sysgration, MOBILETRON, Fortune Electric, Swancor Renewable Energy, Ørsted, EnBW Asia Pacific, CIP, and Hai Long Offshore Wind Farm Project, to present renewable energy solutions and services.
In order to assist companies in seizing business opportunities in the post-pandemic world, Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) organized the Online Procurement Meeting and invited heavy-weight buyers by utilizing its 63 stations abroad to facilitate business exchanges between Taiwanese suppliers and foreign companies.
Another highlight of the exhibition was the Energy Taiwan Forum, hosted by the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs, during the same period. The green energy policies, key research and development technologies, and results were presented in the Green Energy Hall and County/City Results Hall. The public was invited to develop a deeper understanding of Taiwan's energy transformation and participate in green energy developments together. The goal was to fulfill the vision of environmental sustainability.
Moreover, to support the offshore wind farm supply chain and wind energy talent cultivation, the Maritime Technology Innovation Center (MTIC) was launched. The center is focused on offshore wind power talent cultivation and maritime technology research and development to drive Taiwan's emerging maritime industry and add value to local industry developments.
Over 13,000 professionals attracted to visit the show, The total number of visitors has grown by 14.6% over last year. Energy Taiwan 2021 will be held at the Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 in Taipei from October 27-29. It is expected to create a new map of the green energy industry.
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