Taiwan’s ‘Largest’ Solar Plant Online
Vena Energy Brings Online 272 MW Solar Project On Reclaimed Land In Taiwan On Earth Day
Monday, 24 Apr 2023
Singapore headquartered renewable energy company Vena Energy has commissioned a 272 MW solar power plant calling it the largest renewable energy project in Taiwan with capacity to contribute up to 4% of the country’s total solar energy output annually.
Lightsource BP Expands To East Asian Market
British Solar Developer Bags Its 1st Project In Taiwan: 150 MW Fishery Solar Facility
Tuesday, 17 May 2022
Lightsource bp has forayed into a new solar market, Taiwan, which also marks its entry into the East Asian region, with a 150 MW project co-locating solar with aquaculture in a co-development partnership with Green Rock Energy.
Taiwan’s ‘Solar Rock’ Unveiled
Architecture Firm MVRDV Reveals BIPV Panels Covered Building In Taiwan
Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022
Netherlands based well-known architecture firm MVRDV has unveiled Solar Rock, a project it has built for Taiwanese utility Taipower with the entire façade designed to cover a minimum of 4,000 sq. mtr.
500 MW Solar Projects Deal For Taiwan
Solarvest & Hsinjing To Co-Develop 500 MW Solar In Taiwan By 2025
Monday, 01 Nov 2021
Malaysia’s Solarvest Holdings Berhad has entered a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Taiwan based Hsinjing Holding Corporate Limited to explore co-development of 500 MW solar energy projects in Taiwan by 2025.
500 MW G12 Cell Production Line Online In Taiwan
Solar Cell & Module Manufacturer TSEC Commences Trial Production On 500 MW Solar Cell Manufacturing Line In Taiwan’s Yuanjing
Friday, 16 Jul 2021
Taiwan Solar Energy Corp (TSEC), the Taiwanese solar cell and module producer, has expanded its annual solar cell production capacity to 1 GW with the installation and trial production of a new cell line of up to 500 MW capacity.
Marubeni Buying Over 344 MW Solar Portfolio In Taiwan
Marubeni Corporation Enters Taiwanese Renewable Energy Space With Acquisition Of Solar Power Developer Chenya Energy From I Squared Capital
Friday, 28 Feb 2020
Japan’s Marubeni Corporation is strengthening its foothold in the solar market with the acquisition of a solar power development and construction company in Taiwan, Chenya Energy.
Lowered Solar FIT Rates Come Into Effect In Taiwan
Revised & Lowered Feed-In-Tariff Rates For Solar Power Projects Kick Into Effect In Taiwan Under Orders From Ministry Of Economic Affairs
Friday, 03 Jan 2020
Under revised solar FIT rates in Taiwan, rooftop solar installations for residential segment will be eligible for 3% higher rates, according to PV InfoLink. Pictured is the cityscape of Taipei in Taiwan.
Taiwan Installed 1.34 GW New Solar In 9M/2019
Between First Nine Months Of 2019, Taiwan Added 1.34 GW Of New Solar PV Capacity, Says Taiwanese Ministry Of Economic Affairs: Media
Monday, 23 Dec 2019
Solar power was the second largest renewable power generating source in Taiwan after hydropower during the first 10 months of 2019 when it generated 3,418 GWh accounting for 1.47% of overall electricity generation.
Taiwan Eyes 6.5 GW Solar Power Capacity By 2020
Taiwan Adjusts Focus On 6.5 GW Solar Power Generating Capacity By 2020 Expecting To Generate NT$222 Billion In Investment & Business Opportunities
Saturday, 28 Sep 2019
Taiwanese Premier Su-Tseng-chang gave the go-ahead for the country’s plans to promote PV installations under a 2-year plan to reach 6.5 GW cumulatively by 2020.
Taiwan Steps up Efforts To Promote Rooftop PV
Local Governments In Taiwan To Rope In Private-Sector Firms To Deploy Solar Panels And National Utility Taiwan Power To Purchase All Generated Power
Wednesday, 28 Feb 2018
The Taiwanese government has taken upon itself to boost the installation of rooftop solar panels.
Equis Wins 70.2 MW PV Project In Taiwan
Singapore’s Equis Energy Secures Contract To Develop Largest Solar Project In Taiwan
Thursday, 07 Sep 2017
Renewable energy producer Equis Energy has won a contract to develop a 70.2 MW solar power project in Taiwan. Located in Yizu Township of Chiayi County, the capacity was tendered by Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs’ Bureau of Energy (BOE).
NSP Bifacial 2 MW Rooftop System in Taiwan
Taiwanese Solar Module Maker NSP Set To Construct First Rooftop PV System With Its Double-Glas BiFi Modules
Wednesday, 05 Jul 2017
Taiwanese solar module maker Neo Solar Power Corporation (NSP) has announced that it will be using its P-type Double Glass and Double Side generation modules for the first time in a rooftop solar system in Taiwan.
Taiwan’s Largest PV Rooftop System Installed
Taiwanese PV Module Manufacturer AUO Installs 3.87 MW System – The Country’s Largest Solar Rooftop Power Plant
Thursday, 23 Feb 2017
A 3.87 MW solar rooftop solar system was inaugurated on February 16, 2017 by AU Optronics in Tainan, Taiwan. The system was installed at AUO’s factory in the Tainan Technology Park in Tainan city, reported EnergyTrend.
Taipei 2 MW Landfill System Inaugurated
Taipei Mayor Calls 2 MW Landfill Installation Taiwan’s ‘First Large Scale Solar Power Plant’
Thursday, 23 Feb 2017
Taiwan has installed its first landfill solar project in the capital city of Taipei. Named Taipei Energy Hill, the 2 MW PV plant was inaugurated on February 17, 2017.
New Chairman At NSP
Taiwanese Solar Cell & Module Manufacturer Elevates CEO Sam Hong To Chairman As It Sets Up Production in Vietnam
Friday, 05 Aug 2016
NSP's management blamed a scheduled relocation of production capacity from Taiwan to Vietnam for a sequential decrease of over 26% in revenues for June 2016 and decrease of over 30% from last year..
Neo Solar Power Q1/2016
Taiwanese Cell Maker’s Revenues Grow 27.5% YoY, But Drop 15.7% from previous quarter
Monday, 16 May 2016
Taiwanese solar cell and module manufacturer Neo Solar Power (NSP) improved its turnover for the first quarter of 2016 by 27.5% YoY with NT$5,904 million ($180.6 million).
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