Compiled by RE100 with the help of The Climate Group’s local campaign partner, the Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER), and the LCI, the report analyses the Taiwan’s government policies, the renewable energy market, the options to purchase green power as well as the main obstacles to green power procurement in Taiwan.

The report notes that, compared to two years ago when the key barriers to renewables in Taiwan were identified as high cost, low supply, and lack of market transparency, things have improved. However, demand for renewables has grown as RE100 members are continuing to make progress on their targets, more Taiwanese companies are committing to using renewable energy, and large electricity consumers are being pushed to source green energy through legislation.

Access the “Taiwan Energy Market Briefing: Net-Zero Plan and Aggregated PPAs” report here