This workshop is on a first-come-first-served basis, maximum 30 persons.
Tsai Ing-wen and the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has long opposed nuclear energy, and now, finally, they have the power to implement their anti-nuclear agenda. What does that mean for Taiwan’s energy situation?
Will Tsai Ing-wen be able to deliver on the party’s central policy of retiring all of Taiwan’s nukes and provide reliable power at an economically feasible cost – while simultaneously reducing Taiwan’s greenhouse gas emissions? With two nuclear reactors having already been taken offline and the summer peak power consumption arriving weeks early, Taiwan is already flirting with power shortages. What are the Tsai administrations plans, what are the stakes, who will benefit and who will struggle, and what can consumers and businesses expect now and in the future as we get closer to 2025’s Nuclear Free Homeland?
Come join us as we discuss Taiwan’s energy future.