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Friday 8 January 2021
Taiwan sets 2021 feed-in tariff rates for renewable energy
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has announced feed-in tariffs for renewable energy in 2021, reducing the rates by 7.90-8.59% for offshore wind power and by 0.74-3.91%...
Thursday 2 January 2020
Taiwan finalizes 2020 feed-in tariff for renewable energy
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has announced final feed-in tariff rates for renewable energy for 2020, with reductions from 2019 for offshore wind power generation by...
Wednesday 20 March 2019
Trade war reportedly affects China subsidization for PV power, EVs
China has not yet announced 2019 feed-in tariff (FIT) rates for PV-generated electricity and subsidization rates for electric vehicle (EV) purchases, reportedly because it has yet...
Thursday 31 January 2019
Taiwan finalizes 2019 FIT for renewable energy
The Bureau of Energy has announced final feed-in tariffs (FIT) for renewable energy in 2019, with the rate for offshore wind power generation reduced from 2018 by 5.71%, which is...
Friday 7 December 2018
Renewable energy developers protest Taiwan proposed FIT cuts for 2019
PV and wind power firms have protested Taiwan's proposed cuts to feed-in-tariffs (FIT) for 2019, with developers who are building offshore wind farms in the country claiming reduced...
Wednesday 5 December 2018
PV makers disappointed by Taiwan proposed FIT cuts
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has set tentative feed-in tariffs (FIT) for renewable energy for 2019, with major cuts for PV power generation. The reduced rates are...
Friday 30 November 2018
Taiwan sets tentative 2019 feed-in tariffs for renewable energy
Taiwan's Bureau of Energy under Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has set tentative feed-in tariff rates for renewable energy in 2019, with PV and wind power seeing reductions by...
Wednesday 26 September 2018
Taiwan may see development of offshore wind farms completed ahead of schedule due to high feed-in tariff
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has selected seven enterprises to develop 11 offshore wind farms with total installation capacity to reach 3.836GW in the first phase...
Friday 22 September 2017
Taiwan sets tentative 2018 feed-in tariffs for renewable energy
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 power and 0.73-4.61% for wind power.
Monday 20 March 2017
Japan PV makers to face impact from feed-in tariff cuts, says Nikkei
The Japan government will lower feed-in tariff rates for renewable energy beginning April 2017, and for Japan-based PV makers, this is equivalent to ending favorable subsidization...
Wednesday 28 December 2016
China sets 2017 PV feed-in tariffs
China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) on December 27 announced final feed-in tariffs for PV power-generating stations and distributed PV systems to be established...
Wednesday 28 December 2016
China to lower terrestrial wind power feed-in tariffs for 2018
China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has announced a reduction in feed-in tariffs for terrestrial wind power generation by 5.00-14.89%, with the new rates to...
Tuesday 27 December 2016
China sets latest 2017 tentative PV feed-in tariff rates
The China government has set the latest tentative feed-in tariff rates for PV power-generating stations and distributed PV systems to be established in China in 2017, with the rates...
Thursday 20 October 2016
China may revise 2017 PV feed-in tariff cuts
China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has set tentative feed-in tariff rates for PV power stations to be established in 2017, reducing them by 23.47-31.25% from...
Wednesday 5 October 2016
Taiwan sets 2017 renewable energy feed-in tariff rates
Taiwan's Bureau of Energy has set feed-in tariff rates for generation of renewable energy, with PV power from NT$4.4098/kWh (US$0.1404) to NT$6.1033/kWh, according to the Ministry...