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Taiwan’s Sustainability Towards

An assessment based on the report of “Ensuring Renewable Energy

Management and Operation Strategy for Power Supply Stabilization
in Taiwan”

柯司坦 | Crestian Agustin

National Taiwan Ocean University

Taiwan’s Energy Sector: The Status-quo

 Taiwan's total installed power
generation capacity has remained at
around 50 GW for the past five years.

 Electricity consumption continues to

grow, averaging 1.4% annually since

 At the lowest point, the state-owned

utility Taipower's system operating
reserve margin was merely 1.7% in 2017.

 On 15 August 2017, when gas supply to

the largest gas-fired power plant was
accidentally shut down and caused
the 4.4 GW plant to go offline.
Energy Supply and Consumption Flowchart (2017)

KLOE – kiloliters of oil-equivalent


Taiwan’s Energy Sector: The Status-quo

 Renewable energy contributed to ~5% of national electricity generation as of 2017.

 Taiwan currently imports ~ 97% of its energy supply

Mingtan Hydro Power Plant Wind Farm in Taichung National Stadium in Kaohsuing

Total installed capacity if 4,539.9 MW. The largest Taiwan installed capacity has 682MW onshore Equipped with 141 solar panels with an installed
hydro power plant is located in Nantou County and 530MW offshore as of 2016. capacity of 1MW.
with a capacity of 1,602MW.

The Vision 2025

• Enhance Taiwan’s autonomy in energy sector through
stable and affordable power supply for all.

• Achieve non-nuclear source of energy

• Increase proportion of renewable energy power

generation to 20%

• Generate renewable energy capacity of 27.423 GW

(20GW in solar, 4.2GW in wind, and other source)
The Milestones of
20% increase to
renewable energy
supply by 2025 04
Ensure stability and power
quality through impact
assessment and forecasting of
grid-connected renewable
energy power generations

Reinforcement of statutory
policy on renewable
energy strategy and 02 Taiwan’s Bureau of Energy (BOE) has set tentative feed-in tariffs for
renewable energy in 2018, lowering the rates by 11.82-13.45% for PV
stabilization in Taiwan
power and 0.73-4.61% for wind power.


Strengthen government
funding and subsidies to
support green energy

Policy Makers and
Enact regulatory framework to uphold government
funding and support through initiative in organizing
an agency for such specific cause.

Research Institutions
Increase presence and collaborations from different
research institutions, universities, and other prospect

Power Companies
Coordination in the improvement of facilities to adopt
future parallel integration of renewable connections
and expansions.

Policy Makers and

 Organize a team to integrate national level meteorological and energy resources to strengthen
the development and application of renewable energy forecasts.

 Self regulating function should be directly introduce into renewable power plant and incorporate
state-of-the-art communication function.

 Capitalize grid-connected rules and sufficient incentives.

 Establish ancillary service market rules to stabilize reserve capacity services.

 Intervention to power adjustment and rate of change to power generation and load to

Research Institutions
 Set-up a regenerative energy forecasting working group in partnership with Central
Meteorological Monitoring Stations to implement regional renewable forecasting and
dispatching facilities across Taiwan.

 Conduct wind and solar resource assessments and discuss the deterministic forecasts to
probability predictions.

 Initiative to conduct evaluation in the development of new technologies and innovations of

energy storage systems, productions, and implementation strategies.

 Strengthen domestic parallel technical points in line with the international development
standards and direction.

Power Companies
 Careful evaluation and review of the planning, operation, maintenance mode of Taipower system
according to the proportion of power generation, strengthen simulation technology to
regenerative grid-connected impact, and understanding the problem.

 Monitor the green power status and the power quality of Taipower system with the green
generation management system.

 Increase the flexibility of existing new generator sets by reciprocating engines and turbines
based on the predicted requirements.

 Testing the multiple function roles of the energy storage system on the grid side and the users.