The Smart Grid Technology Development Strategy of Taiwan
Presented by: Yenhaw Chen, Deputy Director - Taiwan Institute of Economic Research
Thursday, August 4, 2016 | 9:00am – 10:00am ET
In Taiwan, in corresponding to the policy of reducing CO2 emission, reforming current energy structure, and saving energy, the National Energy Program (NEP)- Smart Grid General Project Phase 1 was implemented. The objectives of this project are meant to enhance the robustness of the power grid, reduce greenhouse gas emission, increase the penetration rate of renewable energy and develop smart grid industry in Taiwan.
This webinar will introduce the positioning of the Smart Grid General Project among overall smart grid development, the results of Phase 1, the smart grid technology commercialization process of Phase 2, and the promotion model with collaboration between industry, universities and research units.
About the Speaker:
Yenhaw Chen received his Ph.D. degree in Marine & Ocean Engineering from National Taiwan University in 2003. From 2003 to 2009, he was a researcher at National Applied Research Laboratories, Taiwan. Currently, he is an associate research fellow at the Taiwan Institute of Economic Research, and Deputy Secretary General of the Taiwan Smart Grid Industry Association. He was recipient of Literati Awards for Excellence 2000. His research interests include industrial economics, technical economic analysis of new energy and smart grid, science and technology policy.
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