Monday 4 December 2023
COP28 urgent calls for action as semiconductor industry faces scrutiny for high energy consumption
The challenges of geopolitical turmoil made it more difficult to concentrate on climate change issues as the UN COP28 climate talks convened in Dubai. Considering that nearly all...
Thursday 30 November 2023
Combogic Tech. supports supply chain net zero initiative with AI-powered carbon management platform
Net zero emission has become a global initiative with many countries having made net-zero pledges. Both public and private sectors are stepping up their efforts to reduce CO2 emissions...
Monday 27 November 2023
Climate tech investment declines, unveiling the costly realities of the net-zero dream
Will green investment will pay off over time? In 2023, climate tech start-ups faced a significant funding decline, reaching levels not seen in the past five years. Despite the growing...
Thursday 23 November 2023
Five major associations collaborate to transform Taiwan's new energy sector into a trillion-dollar industry
To accelerate the realization of new energy applications and promote Taiwan's new energy transformation, five major domestic industry associations —Taiwan Advanced Automotive...
Tuesday 21 November 2023
Big tech suppliers need to cut emissions faster, Greenpeace says
Suppliers for consumer electronics sold by companies including Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc.'s Google need to accelerate efforts to curb rising emissions, according to Greenpeace.
Wednesday 15 November 2023
Imec unveils a publicly accessible 'virtual fab' in an effort to realize net zero in chip fabrication
Belgium-based semiconductor research center Imec has launched on November 14 a freely accessible version of its web application imec.netzero virtual fab. Imec developed imec.netzero...
Tuesday 7 November 2023
Intel's chief sustainability officer's strategies for optimizing AI in three key areas
The Chief Sustainability Officer of Intel discusses the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and sustainability, highlighting the energy-intensive nature of AI and its potential...
Friday 27 October 2023
Navigating the ESG data challenge in supply chains: CRIF's European expertise at work for Taiwan
In the corporate realm, earning the trust of brand manufacturers and securing a place in the supply chain has underscored the critical significance of ESG factors. Simone Lovati,...
Wednesday 25 October 2023
Major Taiwanese electronics and IT industry associations release global supply chain carbon reduction plans
Amid the global push for carbon neutrality, Taiwan's electronics and information industry is actively promoting carbon reduction objectives and strategies through its four major associations...
Tuesday 12 September 2023
UK needs Chinese batteries to get to net zero, Badenoch says
The UK is kicking in support toward BMW AG making electric Minis in Oxford without insisting that batteries are sourced locally, Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch said, in candid comments...
Monday 11 September 2023
Pioneering progress in net-zero tech: collaborative efforts between Taiwan and the US spotlighted in Science for green hydrogen research
Following the initial breakthrough that aided in the advancement of cost-effective and high-performance hydrogen technology, additional innovative accomplishments were made in August...
Friday 25 August 2023
Taiwan Cogeneration Corporation reinforces net-zero ambition in renewable energy market
Taiwan Cogeneration Corporation (TCC) has been actively driving business transformation and continual growth within the renewable energy sector. Yi-Tong Chen, TCC's general manager,...
Thursday 24 August 2023
India needs $13 trillion to hit net zero emissions by 2050
India will need to invest $12.7 trillion in its energy system, or more than three times its gross domestic product, to reach net zero emissions by mid-century and help the world avert...
Friday 16 June 2023
Wistron steps up global manufacturing deployments
Wistron will be aggressively advancing its worldwide manufacturing deployments in response to geopolitical shifts, according to Simon Lin, chairman for the Taiwan-based ODM company...
Tuesday 6 June 2023
US-Taiwan tech collab can go beyond semiconductors and into quantum and net-zero
With the US-China tech war raging on and companies like Micron caught in the crossfire, how should the government address semiconductor R&D and talent planning in response to...