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Taiwan


Pioneering again in Taiwan: Siemens Gamesa inaugurates new offshore nacelle assembly facility

SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 — Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy again pioneers the Taiwanese offshore wind power industry by today officially inaugurating its new offshore facility in Taichung. This is the company’s…


New GE Gas-Fired Plant Part of Taiwan's Energy Transition

A new combined heat and power gas-fired plant, designed to support increased power generation as part of Taiwan's developing energy policy, has entered commercial operation. General Electric (GE) on Aug.…


Taiwan Shuts Another Reactor as Part of Nuclear-Free Goal

Taiwan’s move to end the country’s use of nuclear power continues, with Unit 1 of the Kuosheng Nuclear Power Plant being shut down. The reactor was taken offline July 1,…


Coal-Fired Power Station Provides Natural Ecological Environment for Fireflies and Birds

In the 1980s, Taiwan’s economy grew rapidly and its demand for electricity surged. New power plants were urgently needed. In order to reduce transportation costs of imported coal and to…


GE Debuts Giant 9HA.02 Gas Turbines at 1.4-GW Plant in Malaysia

Two GE 9HA.02 gas turbines—the largest model of GE’s second-generation H-class heavy-duty gas turbine fleet and one of the largest gas turbine models on the global market—on Feb. 24 began…