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1 Overview of Phase II of Taiwan s National Energy Program Dr. Chih-Kung (C.K.) Lee CEO, National Energy Program-Phase II Distinguished Professor, National Taiwan University Yi-Chia Huang Coordinator of National Energy Program-Phase II

2 Outline Overview National Energy Program - Phase II The work of 3 Linkage Divisions The work of 6 Focus Centers Acknowledgements

3 National Energy Program - Phase II (NEP-II) NEP-I ended on Dec. 31, 2013 NEP-II started Jan. 1, 2014 and ends Dec. 31, 2018 (5 year program) NEP-II continues along the Resolution established by the Energy Policy & Technology Development Working Group of the Executive Yuan and the 2007 Executive Yuan Science & Technology Council Meeting Underlying objectives: To achieve industrial developmental targets, leveraging international collaborations, and fostering opportunities to further strengthen Taiwan s energy related industries 3

4 NEP-II Execution Framework Advisory Committee: Officers from the Ministries, experts, leaders of research org. Oversight Committee Energy Policy Strategy Division Supervising Committee Project Investigator CEO Deputies Energy Policy Bridging and Communication Division (Government) (Academia) (Gov t, Academia) International Collaboration Division Program Office Linkage Divisions Energy Conservation Focus Center Alternative Energy Focus Center Smart Grid Focus Center Offshore Wind Power and Marine Energy Focus Center Geothermal Energy and Gas Hydrate Focus Center Carbon Reduction and Clean Coal Focus Center Focus Centers Virtual Power Plant and Energy Management Architecture Emerging Energy and Carbon Reduction Architecture 4

5 NEP-II Overall Objectives Security: to ensure stability of energy supply, finding a balance between energy use & normal system operations, and taking into account risk management Efficiency: to strengthen energy utilization management, promoting energy conversion, transmission and utilization efficiency, as well as to increase value-add for energy; Cleanliness: to move towards low-carbon energy and utilize low-carbon technology whenever possible for every project 5

6 Vision of NEP-II Reduce greenhouse gas emission and at least 50% reduction of energy intensity by 2025 (based on 2005 data) Ensure carbon emissions in 2025 back to the level of year 2000 Enhance international competitiveness of alternative energy industries Develop Taiwan s electric power equipment industry and support the creation of an electric power network Develop Taiwan s offshore wind power industry and strengthen the development of offshore wind power to produce NT$ 2.1 billion kwh of electricity and reduce carbon emission by 1.3 million tons by 2020 Develop clean energy of geothermal energy and gas hydrate Build CCSU and an advanced combustion systems industry 6

7 Energy Policy Strategy Division (EPSD) 7 Source: All data from NEP-II Energy Policy Strategy Division

8 Mission of Energy Policy Strategy Division To leverage the program's various outcome by establishing a strategic planning taskforce, review and optimize the program's early results, as well as building related databases The establishment of a knowledge management platform that regularly reviews and analyzes the program's portfolios in major R&D fields and resource allocation; the outcome assessment committee can better able track the program's results and more efficiently utilize limited resources 8

9 Vision of Energy Policy Strategy Division To integrate scenario research, energy infrastructure research, and energy application research To fulfill the goals and obtain the anticipated benefits set in NEP-II, including development of related energy technologies, study of an energy economy, collaboration between academia and industries, and implementation of energy diplomacy To propose incentive policies and accompany with measures for the pursuit of sustainability, energy safety, and energy use penalties in Taiwan 9

10 Strategy Blueprint of Energy Policy Strategy Division Issues to be Explored by EPSD Scenario research for the development of Taiwan s energy technology Investigation of the status of Taiwan's energy infrastructure Integrated research on Taiwan s energy portfolio Formulation and assessment of innovative policies to improve the competitiveness of Taiwan s energy technology industry Surveys of energy policies and technology trends in major countries around the world Research on the opportunity for implementing energy technology in the industry Study of energy technology applications Surveys of consumer s experience of practicing energy-saving life style Energy Conservation on Campus 12

11 Strategy Planning Project Advisor Milestone Setting for Energy Policy Strategy Division Tasks FY102~FY103 FY104~FY105 FY106~FY107 EPSD Establishment and Ability Enhancement Database and Research Results Knowledge Management Platform Resource Allocation Review Organizing the team and enhancing administrative capability Building up database Reviewing and optimizing the program's early results Establishing the knowledge management platform Debugging knowledge management platform Activating knowledge management platform Immediately reporting progress of related projects Efficiency analysis of investment portfolios in six Focus Centers Enhancing specialized and administrative capability Enriching the database Tracking current research results Updating mid-term and long-term energy technology strategies Operating and maintaining knowledge management platform and related research databases Disseminating research results of six Focus Centers Broadcasting energy related news Holding online expert forums Immediately reporting progress of related projects Achieving and revising project KPI Advising on resource allocation Enhancing specialized and administrative capability Enriching the database Tracking current research results Submitting mid-term and long-term energy technology strategy in current period Establishing energy strategy white paper Operating and maintaining knowledge management platform and related research databases Disseminating research results of six focal areas Broadcasting energy related news Holding online expert forums Immediately reporting progress of related projects Achieving and revising project KPI Advising on resource allocation 13

12 Policy Bridging and Communication Division (PBCD) 14 Source: All data from NEP-II Policy Bridging and Communication Division

13 Mission of Energy Policy Bridging & Communication Division Mission: to enable society and industry to work together to create an optimistic environment in handling our energy challenges Preferential topics: to figure out potential disputes in offshore wind power, marine current power, carbon capture and storage (CCS) and geothermal power Short-term target: to identify critical issues and provide adequate solutions promptly Long-term target: to establish a national level SOP to deal with all disputes arising from renewable energy applications 15

14 Vision of Energy Policy Bridging & Communication Division Assist all general projects in NEP-II to fulfill missions successfully Adopting information collection, to set up a bridge study and identify communication actions; to put at ease what the local residents worry most about Task Information Collection Bridging Study Communication action Establishing SOP Standard 16

15 Framework of Energy Policy Bridging & Communication Division (1/2) Includes five sub-plans: Construct cross-departmental channels or set up panel of communication in government Study limitations of existing laws and regulations Study existing disputes of local residents Advocate the idea of friendly maritime spatial planning Promote and enhance dissemination through media Integrated into three areas: Pursue and integrate consensus Legalize and institutionalize Promote and disseminate through media 17

16 Framework of Energy Policy Bridging & Communication Division (2/2) Establish an office to manage and promote all sub-plans in the Bridging & Communication Division The figure shows the construction and correlation between all sub-plans in the Energy Policy Bridging and Communication Division 18

17 Roadmap of Energy Policy Bridging & Communication Division Study existing disputes of local residents Construct channels or panel of communication for cross-departments in government short-term planning Study limitations of existing laws and regulations Build the national standard operating procedure long-term planning Enhance dissemination through media communication standing plan 19

18 Case Study of Energy Policy Bridging & Communication Division Start and Integrate all subplans by reference to Meeting the Energy Challenge: A White Paper on Nuclear Power, UK Propose the prototype of Bridging and Communication to be an extended model through consultations and discussions 21

19 International Collaboration Division (ICD) 22 Source: All data from NEP-II International Collaboration Division

20 Mission of International Collaboration Division Assisting in international collaboration planning and providing consultation and advice for establishing international collaborations Assisting in exploring, matchmaking, and discussion of technology transfer to form collaborative projects Facilitating international linkages, joint research and technology transfer for commercialization of potential products 23

21 Vision of International Collaboration Division Leveraging international advanced technologies via international collaboration, so as to: Latching our research capability and output with partners in the U.S., Europe and Japan in order to reduce technology gaps Making the best use of international demonstration site experiences for verification and value-add of technology output in order to improve the success rate of commercialization Introducing overseas technology for testing at Taiwan sites and to make sure the energy technologies are suitable for local use and can compete globally 24

22 Milestones for International Collaboration Division Supporting Focus Centers and achieving the following objectives set for the year: Participating in one international green energy exhibition held in Taiwan Organizing two international delegations to negotiate inward technology transfers for commercialization of products Facilitating two cases of international collaboration for domestic entities Facilitating at least four international cooperation projects 26

23 Energy Conservation Focus Center (ECFC) 27 Source: All data from NEP-II Energy Conservation Focus Center

24 Mission of Energy Conservation Focus Center Niche and Advantages: The production value of Taiwan LED lighting industry is up to NT$204 billion in 2012 and the global market share is about 16% In 2012 Taiwan touch panel production value is about 37% of global value which is about US$24.2 billion (South Korea tied for first place) In 2012 global PCB production value was about US$59.8 billion. About 26.3% was contributed by Taiwan companies located in Southeast Asia, including Taiwan and China. Seven Taiwan companies ranked in the global top 20 manufacturers Taiwan has been providing systems and components for electric cars Objectives: Increase energy efficiency and lower energy density by a scale of more than 50% Develop energy-savings and carbon-reduction technology for residential and commercial sector, industrial sector and transportation sector to increase the global competitiveness of Taiwan energy-saving industries through a cooperation among industry, government, academia, and research institutes 28

25 Vision of Energy Conservation Focus Center With industrialization in mind, to plan the development of a future energy-saving technologies. The top priority is to focus on the needs of the industry. At the beginning, it will be based on the local market and, through technology breakthroughs and relevant actions, we expect to achieve the following: Increase energy independency by another 5~10% Lower total national carbon emission by 5~10% Halve the energy density by 2025 (reference year 2005) Carbon emission in 2025 to be at year 2000 level 29

26 Framework of ECFC ENERGY CONSERVATION FOCUS CENTER (ECFC) Director Academic:NCKU Prof. Jyh-Chen Chen Research Institutes: ITRI General Director Shuo-Hung Chang Collaborative director Academic: NCKU Prof. Shu-San HsiauResearch Institutes: ITRI Deputy General Director James Wang Energy Conservation in Residential and Commercial Track Track Manager (TM) Academic: NCKU Prof. Jiin-Yuh Jang Research Institutes: ITRI Director Bing-Chwen Yang Energy Conservation in Industry Track Track Manager (TM) Academic: NCU prof. Jeng-Rong Ho Research Institutes: ITRI Director Ming-Shan Jeng Energy Conservation in Transportation Track Track Manager (TM) Academic: NTHU prof. Cheng-Kuo Sung Research Institutes: ITRI Director Larry Chang 30

27 ECFC Technologies Transportation Track 1. Vehicle light-weighting technology Light-weighting technology of the structure high strength steel Light-weighting technology of aluminum alloy 2. HEV technology Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) technology and Atkinson cycle engine technology Engine waste-heat energy recovery technology HCCI technology 3. PHEV system technology Range extender Power coupling mechanism and control Electricity conversion technology 4. HEV technology Power electronic unit Power modules for MCU Auxiliary systems Multiple energy applications 36

28 Setting Milestones Energy Conservation in Residential and Commercial Track Promote $4 billion investment Increase $47.2 billion output value Increase 7065 employments Energy Conservation in Industry Track Promote $10 billion investment Increase $35 billion output value Increase 700~1000 employments International variablefrequency permanent magnet motor company, $2 billion investment Building energy cloud service platform, $100 million investment Setup an ORC investment $500 million Four zero-energy buildings, saving 4 million kwh/year, saving 1.2 billion kwh/year in 2025, 50% innovative energy-saving HVAC demonstration, $400 million investment Setup a software development company Investment $500 million Setup a clean-room diagnostic and analysis company Investment $500 million Setup a thermo-insulation material production company Investment $1 billion Integrated optical engine design and packaging industry, $1 billion investment Magnetic bearing centrifuge company, $500 million investment Setup the first cold/heat/electricity integrated supply system Energy Conservation in Transportation Track Promote $6 billion investment Increase $100 billion output value Increase 400 employments HEV industrialization Promote $1.5 billion investment PHEV/EREV industrialization Promote $3 billion investment Electrified commercial vehicle industrilizatiaon Promote $1.5 billion investment FY103 FY104 FY105 FY106 FY107 37

29 Case Study of Energy Conservation Focus Center (1/3) 1. Lighting field Develop 156 lm/w white LED and 97 lm/w orange light-emitting material. The power efficiencies of green and yellow OLEDs are currently number one in the world Develop over 300 degree omni-directional LED bulb, a 85% reduction in electricity use compared to traditional 60W bulbs. This research won a 2012 Top R&D 100 Award Develop high-efficiency power circuit and circuit structure, low output (48V), 92.11% efficiency; the specs surpass U.S. DOE 2020 technical indicators Install 326,000 energy-saving streetlamps during year that can save 143 million kwh of electricity and reduce 87,500 tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year 38

30 Alternative Energy Focus Center (AEFC) 41 Source: All data from NEP-II Alternative Energy Focus Center

31 Mission of Alternative Energy Focus Center Derive future technology needs and application plans by utilizing scenario planning methodology Analyze and integrate into the main project as the project goals Make a schedule of critical technology R&D work with high level specifications and detthe erdevelopment priorities based on the possibility to cross the valley of death by innovative business models. Carry out the policy of Energy Conservation & Carbon Reduction with the combined efforts of industry, government, academia and research institutes 42

32 Vision of Alternative Energy Focus Center Select and develop specific niche technologies according to the priority of Upgrading Renewable Energy Industry Plan approved by Taiwan Executive Yuan and the actual needs by domestic industries Accelerate TRL maturity by applying innovative business models, push them into the international energy industries and promote alternative energy technologies Dedicate a stable energy supply by working on the efficiency of solar energy, biofuels and energy storage Look for more than NT$250 billion of investment and more than NT$650 billion market value in the project (TRL: Technology Readiness Level ) 43

33 Framework of Alternative Energy Focus Center Bioenergy Cellulose bio-alcohols Long carbon-chain biofuels High value-add bio-materials Solar Energy High price to performance ratio module technology Flexible and low-cost photovoltaic technology Solar thermal energy application by medium/high temperature Energy Storage Lithium-ion Battery System Flow Battery System Hydrogen and Fuel Cell System 44 Source: (Alternative Energy Sources V)

34 Roadmap of Alternative Energy Focus Center Accelerate the commercialization process by designing a large scale pilot, creating industry alliances, and applying confirmation of innovative business models, e.g. biofuels For renewables of relative high cost, we specify certain niche technologies inferred from future scenarios; we plan to build a generic IP as the foundation of technology commercialization including PV and Energy Storage Technologies. Academics will focus on the early stage research of TRL 1-3, Nonprofit corporation (or research institutes) will be in charge of R&D of TRL 3-6 as a bridge between basic research and production, and industries will work on commercialization and production of TRL

35 Milestones for Alternative Energy Focus Center Bioenergy Bio-Diesel Spin-Off with innovative productino(100,000kl/year)with 2 billion investment Bio-Butanol Spin-Off (10,000KL/year)with 2 Billion investtment Cellulose ethanol Spin off(100,000kl/year)with 8 Billion investment HVO Green Diesel Spin-Off (100,000 KL/year with 2 Billion Investment 4 pilot factories with 10,000 KL/year scale (Pyrolysis-Synthesis Fuel, Bio Industrial Fuel,Bio Aviation Fuel, Gasified Synthesis Fuel Bio HMF Pilot (1000 tons/year) with 1,000 Million investment HMF Material Start-Up with 1 Billion Investment Solar Energy Start Up of Low-cost Compound Battery With 2 billion investment Start-Up of Thin film solar cell with 2 Billion investment 46 Energy Storage The 1 st 150MW Power Plant Evaluation in Taiwan Get leadership in Metal-Air Flow Battery Technology DSSC Start-Up with 1 Billion investment Get into international supply chain and attract international investment Hit 15 Billion Market value Electric Motor/EV Lion Battery Promote V2G business models by innovative start ups FY103 FY104 FY105 FY106 FY107

36 Ding Don Bio-butanol: A commercial company to be established Accelerating commercialization by Generic IP planning and Innovative Business Models Challenges of bio-alcohol: Regular fermentation process only hits 50% production efficiency because of CO2, which is so called a half-burn fuel Innovative IP An innovative Carbon Loss-Free Pathway with theoretical carbon yield is 100%. It will results in 50% increase in feedstock utilization. The carbon transformation rate by traditional fermentation is about 67%. The innovative Carbon Loss-Free Pathway can promote the carbon transformation rate to 94%, which is much higher than international R&D level R&D 100 Award 47

37 Smart Grid Focus Center (SGFC) 51 Source: All data from NEP-II Smart Grid Focus Center

38 Mission of Smart Grid Focus Center The vision behind the energy project for promoting and managing smart grid focus center is for the development of Taiwan s electric power equipment industry, and supporting the creation of a high quality, highly efficient, useroriented, environmentally-friendly electric power network. 52

39 Strategy of Smart Grid Focus Center Technology Commercialization International Collaboration Smart Grid Standard and Industrial Development Implementation of international Standards/ Assist with Product Development Distribution Power Control Isolated Microgrid EV charging station manager strategy User Distributed Energy Management System Smart User Energy Management System AMI Value-added service Smart Energy network and energy saving control Automated Demand Response System User Demand Bidding Market Smart Transmission and Distribution System Development of Advanced Smart Distribution System Technology Development of Smart Transmission System Technology Advanced Wide-area Measurement System (WAMS) Transmission System Power Quality improvement Solution Operation Sites Smart Grid Demonstration System International Highlight/Export Evidence Performance Smart Grid Demo Site in Penghu Taipower VPP Demo Site 57

40 Framework of Smart Grid Focus Center Promotional Framework for Smart Grid General Project II Smart User Energy Management System Advanced Smart Power Distribution System Technology Smart Power Transmission System Technology Smart Grid Standard and Industry Smart Grid Demonstration System (A)Smart Energy network and energy saving control Technology (B) AMI Value-added service and integration technology (C) Distribution Power Control Technology development (D) Isolated Micro-grid Technology development (E) EV charging station manager strategy (F) High Power transformer gird-connect development (G) Transmission System Power Quality improvement and wheeling technology development (H) Advanced Widearea Measurement System (WAMS) and control technology (I ) Smart Grid and AMI Standard Development (J ) Smart Gird Industry Development Project (K) Penghu Smart Grid Demo Site Construction (L) Demand Response, Distribution Generation, Storage integration Application 58

41 小 型 再 生 能 源 人 機 控 管 介 面 AMI Home Gateway 智 慧 手 機 感 測 器 EV Overall Promotion Practice of Smart Grid Focus Center A Smart Energy network and energy saving control Technology C Distribution Power Control Technology development E EV charging station manager strategy Equipment and system development Technology Commercialization AMI LAN 資 料 收 集 器 WAN AMI 控 制 中 心 先 進 配 電 AMI 自 動 化 ADAS B AMI Value-added service and integration technology D Isolated Microgrid Technology development F High Power transformer girdconnect development J Smart Gird Industry Development Project G Transmission System Power Quality improvement and wheeling technology development H Advanced Wide-area Measurement System (WAMS) and control technology I Smart Grid and AMI Standard Development Demonstration K Penghu Smart Grid Demon Site Construction (Low Carbon Island and Smart Grid Demo Site in Penghu ) L Demand Response, Distribution Generation, Storage integration Application (Taipower VPP Demo Site) 60 Implementation M Taiwan Power Company Smart Grid Installation

42 Planning for Low Carbon Island and Smart Grid Demo Site in Penghu Using results from the 1st phase of this project, cooperating with the Executive Yuan to implement Low Carbon Island Project in Penghu archipelago (50Km from Taiwan, inhabitants 89000, average load 45MW, peak load 83MW), as well as with the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs and TPC to promote AMI, micro grid, advanced power distribution, smart home and building energy management, and electric vehicle energy supply management. Smart Meters Substation Intelligentize Power management system Solar thermal energy Alternative gas Photovoltaic system Large-scale wind turbine Small-scale wind turbine Motor vehicle subsidies Charging stations 61

43 Planning for the Taiwan Virtual Power Plant Demonstration Site The Virtual Power Plant concept can provide regions with power bottlenecks with a relatively reliable power infrastructure in conjunction with the roll-out of low-voltage smart meters, time-ofuse rates and Million Solar Roofs Program. The promotion of the virtual power plant in the Smart Grid General Project II plans to implement the virtual power plant concept on Taiwan proper as this will produce better validation results. Starting with power distribution feed lines, priority will be given to areas that overlap in terms of power supply bottleneck, renewable energy and energy storage system. 62

44 Setting Milestones for Smart Grid Focus (1/5) A. Smart Grid System Development and Validation 1. The development of an advanced power distribution automation system for use in the Penghu Smart Grid Demonstration. Renewable energy is to account for 30% on Qimei Island and the cost of power supply on offshore islands is to be reduced by at least 15%. 2. Completion of the development and demonstration of virtual power plant system for DR and distributed power supply/energy storage. Distributed power supply is to account for 35%, reducing power consumption and circuit congestion in Taipower's power supply bottleneck regions by 15%. 3. Assist three local companies with developing next-generation smart meter solutions as well as at least three automated DR service providers. Achieve a penetration rate of over 5% (600,000 subscribers) for automated DR service subscribers by 2018 to achieve an overall energy savings of at least 10% among high-voltage commercial subscribers. 69

45 Setting Milestones for Smart Grid Focus (2/5) 4. Complete the smart transmission pilot program, the development of the wide area communications backbone network, power tower safety and operational monitoring system, and roll-out micro Phasor Measurement Units (PMU) throughout Taiwan to improve the utilization of Taiwan's power transmission system by 5%. 5. Develop modular micro-grid system with a high proportionofrenewableenergy,transfer the technology to two world-class domestic enterprises, and push for validation on the power system of developed nations in order to export the technology. 6. Complete the deployment of IEC62056-compliant smart meter system and transfer technology to at least three vendors. 70

46 Setting Milestones for Smart Grid Focus (3/5) 7. For water treatment sites, develop operational optimization technology for power flow equipment and systems. This is expected to achieve an energy savings of over 5% for the entire plant. At least 15 sewage treatment plants should receive assistance with energysaving improvements. 8. Develop a smart, plant-wide energy resource management platform that can reduce energy costs by providing decision-making support technology for energy optimization. The technology should also be transferred to at least 5 companies. 71 Source: (Nuri Telecom - Solutions - Smart Grid)

47 Setting Milestones for Smart Grid Focus (4/5) B. Smart Grid Industry Promotion and International Cooperation 1. Engage in at least four joint cross-strait research projects on common standards for smart power distribution and smart homes (architecture). Facilitate Taiwan's participation in two world-class smart grid standards organizations. 2. Encourage domestic and overseas smart grid industries to form a strategic alliance. Participate in at least three international smart grid demonstrations and help with the exporting of local systems and equipment. 72 Source: (TELEGRID - Smart Grid Products)

48 Setting Milestones for Smart Grid Focus (5/5) 73 Source: (Alstom upbeat about GCC's smart grid potential utilities-me.com) 3. Continue the joint development scheme allowing businesses to start participating from Phase I With 40 local companies' participation in smart grid development, more than 40 cases of technology transfers amounting to more than NT$50 million in technology transfer fees by 2018 are to be expected. 4. Stimulate the overall development of the smart grid industry in Taiwan. In 2018, steadily increase the annual industry output by over 5-times to collect at least $35 billion.

49 Case Study of a Smart Grid Focus Tatung Smart Grid has provided services to a wide range of customers, from utilities, factories to residential area. We completed TPC s HV and LV AMI System Control and Data Center and replaced HV/LV AMI smart meters. We have many experiences on providing power solutions. 74 Source: (Tatung Homepage)

50 Offshore Wind Power and Marine Energy Focus Center (OWPMEFC) 75 Source: All data from NEP-II Offshore Wind Power and Marine Energy Focus Center

51 Mission of OWPME Focus Center 1. The Executive Yuan approved the The Development of Thousand Wind Turbines Project on February 8, The Bureau of Energy announced the "Offshore Wind Power Demonstration System Incentive Program" and "Thousand Wind Turbines Program" in July The Executive Yuan Strategy Review Board "Taiwan is an island rich in wave energy resources " 4. The NEP-I has targeted the Kuroshio ocean current power generation due to its high energy potential 76

52 Objectives of OWPME Focus Center Accelerate Taiwan offshore wind farm development Localizing offshore wind power industry Promote ocean energy power generation applications Miaoli Offshore Wind Farm Changhua Offshore Wind Farm Yunlin Offshore Wind Farm Penghu Offshore Wind Farm Chiayi Offshore Wind Farm Tainan Offshore Wind Farm Taiwan Potential Offshore Wind Farms 77

53 Promotion Strategies of Offshore Wind Power Technology and Industry 1. Referencing Industry Park Exploitation Model to set up offshore wind farm block s development and investment model. 2. Promote international cooperation and establish Taiwan's offshore wind power industry supply chain and R&D capability. 3. Use domestic marine engineering ships to establish marine engineering capability for offshore wind power. 4. Develop innovative undersea foundation based on Taiwan's nearby seabed and hydro meteorological conditions to reduce construction and installation costs. 5. Coordinate the requirements of domestic offshore wind farm developers, wind power equipment vendors and marine engineering operators to establish a long-term partnership. 78

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