Friday 14 June 2024
Taiwan’s hydrogen gamble: can policy and infrastructure catch up?
At the forefront of Taiwan's renewable energy revolution are the island's escalating energy needs and the imperative shift from fossil fuels to cleaner alternatives. Taiwan's ambitions...
Wednesday 12 June 2024
South Korea's US$454 billion semiconductor cluster faces power shortage threat
South Korea's semiconductor industry is warning that a future power shortage could cripple the capital region's sprawling...
Friday 31 May 2024
India sees third consecutive year of declining FDI inflows
In the past fiscal year, India experienced a decline in FDI inflows due to external factors and domestic investment saturation.
Thursday 30 May 2024
Low birth rate crisis: government moves to attract foreign talent
Taiwan's demographic challenge is intensifying as the nation grapples with a declining birth rate. In response, the government is amending laws to expand the recruitment and retention...
Thursday 23 May 2024
Taiwan celebrates completion of CIP's first operational offshore wind farm in the Asia-Pacific region
In the Taiwan Strait, a majestic array of 303 wind turbines now stands tall. Amid global headwinds facing the offshore wind industry due to inflation and rising interest rates, Taiwan...
Thursday 23 May 2024
Shinfox Energy calls for new government backing on nuclear-free vision
Taiwan's newly inaugurated government has reaffirmed its commitment to a...
Wednesday 22 May 2024
Taiwan's new president takes hard line on Beijing, eyes economic resilience
Lai Ching-te has officially assumed office as the 16th President of Taiwan, signaling a firm stance towards Beijing. His inaugural speech made clear that the new administration will...
Thursday 9 May 2024
Former NSA boss calls for more aggressive policy to thwart hacks
The US must undertake a "full-time surge" to combat the rise in cyberattacks that are undermining US national security, the recently departed head of the National Security Agency...
Thursday 25 April 2024
India accelerates efforts to establish AI regulations
India is ramping up efforts to craft dedicated AI regulations or frameworks to address challenges posed by generative AI as it prepares for the AI-driven future.
Tuesday 23 April 2024
BYD reportedly not eligible for Indian EV policy
India introduced a policy to lower the tariffs on imported EVs to attract global EV manufacturers to set up manufacturing facilities in the country. Still, despite a growing presence...
Monday 22 April 2024
Will reported Mexican policy change impact BYD and Tesla ambition?
Mexico has reportedly declined to offer incentives to China-based EV players for their sites in the country due to pressure from the US.
Monday 22 April 2024
Navigating the waves: challenges in ocean energy development
Countries worldwide have been ramping up their investments in marine energy development due to concerns about energy security.
Friday 19 April 2024
Taiwan's ocean energy potential finds itself in a bureaucratic maze
As Taiwan races to meet its ambitious renewable energy targets, a growing focus has shifted to the vast, untapped resources of its surrounding waters.
Friday 19 April 2024
Samsung group reportedly rolls out one-day weekend policy for senior executives amid business challenges
According to SE Daily and Hankyung reports on April 17, starting as early as this week, subsidiaries of Samsung Group are reportedly implementing a one-day weekend...
Wednesday 8 June 2011
Taiwan debates over necessity of nuclear power
Arguments over the use nuclear power have been heating up in Taiwan since Japan's earthquake on March 11. Germany's recent announcement of shutting down all nuclear power plants before...
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