Energy Cooperation Should Be a Third Pillar of Taiwan-US Relations
By Evan Matthews
Taiwan is no exception to the long list of countries facing difficulties in their transition to green energy. The United States can help.
Taiwan’s Energy (In)security: Between Green Ambitions vs. Fossil Fuel Realities
By Vladimira Lickova
The nuclear phase-out is undermining Taiwan’s energy security, but it may be politically difficult for the DPP to change course.
Taiwan’s Greatest Vulnerability Is Its Energy Supply
By Jeff Kucharski
Taiwan imports nearly all of its energy and would struggle to keep power flowing during a disruption to supply lines.
The Politics of Taiwan’s Environmental Policy
By Brian Hioe
Environmental issues have primarily been caught in the contest between the pan-Blue and pan-Green camps, as is the case with many political issues in Taiwan.
Taiwan’s Referendum Mayhem
By Lev Nachman and Brian Hioe
Tracing the political stances and stakes of four upcoming referendums.
Taiwan Takes a Step Back With New Coal Plant
By Lisa Tsai
Taiwan approves a new coal power plant while paying lip service to the promise of energy transformation.
Taiwan’s Nuclear Dilemma
By Nicolas Freschi
Nuclear energy has long been a contentious issue for Taiwan, but there are few good alternatives.
Realistic Energy Policies for Taiwan
By Eric Huang
A call for Tsai Ing-wen to provide clarity on her energy policies.