Green Workshop: Building Understanding About Green Energy Generation in Taiwan
Updated: Aug 1, 2022
A green workshop about green power generation and sustainable company managing issues in Taiwan was held last April 25, in Taipei. The workshop was held by Mt.Stonegae Green Asset Management Ltd. and Nanjitan Asset Management Ltd., in collaboration with the Business Council for Sustainable Development of Taiwan and Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd. This event was supported by the Bureau Veritas Certification (Taiwan) Co. Ltd., the Taiwan Association for Low Carbon Society and Economy, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research.
The invited speakers shared their expertise in an interesting array of topics including SDGs and their role in developing a low carbon society, sustainable value map and its main components, an overlook at the companies reporting to CDP and the implications of getting involved for Taiwanese enterprises, crucial points to consider when signing PPA contracts in Taiwan, and finally, some insights about GHG disclosure in inventory reports. Due to the amendment to the Renewable Energy Development Act, PPAs can be expected to be in force in the near future. The government’s renewable energy policy plans will allow more green energy facilities to enter the Taiwanese market.
Representatives of enterprises such as AUO, Wistron, Qisda, Delta Electronics, and Gogoro, as well as representatives of the Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER) were some of the workshop’s participants. Mt.Stonegate is pleased to take part on the creation of spaces where different members of society can come together and discuss topics crucial for sustainability.