International Journal of Innovative Research and Knowledge

Volume-7 Issue-5, May 2022

Title: Review of Taiwan’s Green Energy and Carbon-Reducing Measures and Recommendations for Its Energy Transition

Author: Chi Wen Tseng & Miao Sheng Chen


Since the beginning of the industrial age, humans have deforested land, reclaimed land for commercial gain, and damaged the environment. Human activity has strongly affected the climate, leading to global warming, threatened the ecological balance, and created problems such as extinction and food and energy crises. Controlling global warming and reducing CO2 emissions are key concerns worldwide. To achieve the European Union’s goal of climate neutrality by 2050 and the midterm goal of a 55% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, the European Commission announced a major reform of the European Union Emissions Trading System. Following suit, Taiwan has implemented measures to reduce carbon emissions and create a nuclear-free homeland by 2025. This study introduced several projects to save energy and reduce carbon emissions, namely Jatropha curcas biodiesel, a license plate accessory to purify the air, and a tube-through-pipe system to transport drinking water to indoor spaces. This study also described green-energy, carbon-reducing solutions based on Taiwan’s geographical and industrial advantages and reviewed its contributions to protecting the environment.

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ISSN: 2213-1356

Publisher: Scholar Touch Publishers

Area/Scope: Business, Economics & Management; Social Science, Literature, Arts & Humanities; Engineering & Technology; Life Science & Physical Science, Health & Medical Science

Frequency: Monthly

Format: Online & Print

Language: English

Review Process: Double Blinded

Access: Open Access