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Taiwan Feed-in tariff raised for small onshore wind farms

December 31, 2019,  

The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on Tuesday announced the 2020 feed-in tariff (FIT) rates for renewable energy generation, with the rate for onshore wind power facilities with a capacity of 1...

Category: News on Large Wind, Taiwan FIT

Taiwanese government proposes solar tariffs of US$0.13-0.19/kWh

December 9, 2019,   by Emiliano Bellini

The draft feed-in tariff scheme should be approved by the end of the month. Payments for residential solar systems are expected to fall only 0.34% but those for utility scale solar may be reduced by...

Category: Taiwan FIT, News on Solar Energy

Taiwan solar to become rapid-growth market despite FiT cuts

October 3, 2019,   by Tom Kenning

Taiwan is expected to become one of the fastest-growing solar markets worldwide despite this year’s feed-in tariff (FiT) reductions, according to a new report, but a local developer has

Category: Taiwan FIT

Taiwan urged to seek 100% renewable energy by 2030

August 2, 2018,  

"Transiting to 100 percent renewable is not a far away target. It is the main strategy in many nations," Hans-Josef Fell, founder and president of the Berlin-based Energy Watch Group, said in a...

Category: Taiwan FIT, Renewable Energy

Taiwan to hike feed-in tariff rates by 9.09% in 1H2018

February 21, 2018,  

aiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) unveiled an announcement that it is increasing feed-in tariff rates by 9.09%. The FiT rate now for small scale solar installations up to 20kW for the first...

Category: Taiwan FIT

Taiwan to raise FIT rates for first half of 2018

January 25, 2018,   by Mark Hutchins

The Taiwanese Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) today announced a 9.09% increase to FIT rates originally proposed in September for rooftop solar installations up 20 kW, in a bid to encourage...

Category: Taiwan FIT

Taiwan increases feed-in-tariff for geothermal power to $0.206/ kWh

December 19, 2017,   by Alexander Richter

In order to accelerate geothermal development, the Ministry of Economic Affairs has increased the feed-in tariff to NT$6.1710 ($0.206/ kWh) from the proposed NT$5.6447 ($0.188/ kWh) for the first 10...

Category: Taiwan FIT, News on Geothermal

Taiwan sets tentative 2018 feed-in-tariff for geothermal and other renewables

September 22, 2017,   by Alexander Richter

Taiwan has set its tentative renewable energy feed-in-tariffs lowering it for all technologies apart from geothermal, which was increased by 5% to TWD 5.1956/ kWh, about USD 0.17224/ kWh.

Category: Taiwan FIT, News on Geothermal

Taiwan reaches 728 MW of installed solar

January 19, 2016,   by Christian Roselund

MOEA credits the passage of the nation’s feed-in tariff under the Renewable Energy Development Act with this growth, noting that installed PV levels in the Southern Region have increased more than...

Category: Taiwan FIT

Taiwan doubles 2016 solar FiT capacity to 500MW

December 22, 2015,   by Tom Kenning

Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) is increasing the amount of solar PV capacity available under its feed-in tariff (FiT) programme for 2016 from 270MW to 500MW.

Category: Taiwan FIT

DigiTimes: Taiwan PV FIT CAP Too Low

August 14, 2012,  

Taiwan-based makers of solar wafers and cells have been planning to compete for EPC (engineering, procurement & construction) solar PV system projects for improving their business operations, but the...

Category: Taiwan FIT

Taiwan Increases Offshore Wind Tariff 30 Percent

February 1, 2011,   by Paul Gipe

Now Rivals Ontario's Offshore Tariff Geothermal Tariff Among Highest in World[more]

Category: Taiwan FIT

DigiTimes: Taiwan 2011 PV feed-in tariff rates lowered by about 30% from 2010

January 31, 2011,   by Bryan Chuang

Category: Taiwan FIT

DigiTimes: Taiwan's Solar PV Feed-in Tariff Exceeds 2010 Target-

October 19, 2010,   by Adam Hwang

Category: Taiwan FIT

Taiwan Sets Final Tariffs

December 21, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

  DigiTimes is reporting that Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs has issued their final tariffs for their feed-in tariff program. The program's caps are extremely timid. DigiTimes is reporting...[more]

Category: Taiwan FIT

Taiwan Proposes Renewable Tariffs

October 9, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

  Taiwan's Bureau of Energy has proposed specific feed-in tariffs by technology in response to legislation passed mid summer. Public hearings on the tariffs will be held this fall and the tariffs...[more]

Category: Taiwan FIT

Feed-In Tariff Comes to Taiwan

June 25, 2009,   by Ucilia Wang

Category: Taiwan FIT

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