Mapping out the path towards Sustainability/ net-zero Goals 實現淨零的脫碳藍圖
Figure 1. Comprehensive discussion: PwC Taiwan- Managing Director, Winnie Wang, Mt. Stonegate Co., Ltd., Dr. Jules Chuang, Bureau Veritas Certification (Taiwan) Co., Ltd.- Key Account Sales, Mavis Liu, New Energy & Electricity Development Center of the National University of Kaohsiung, Dr. Hsing-Lung (Sam) Lien. (Left to right)
Mt. Stonegate Green Asset Ltd., in collaboration with Bureau Veritas Certification (Taiwan) Co., Ltd. and the New Energy & Electricity Development Center of the National University of Kaohsiung, organized a long-awaited physical conference on November 9, 2022. The conference aimed to assist various industries in understanding the Net-Zero targets and supply chain carbon management in different countries. Attendees learned about various international frameworks for long-term power purchase agreements (PPA).
Figure 2. Dr. Hsing-Lung (Sam) Lien Introducing the various approaches in the low carbon value chain
Dr. Hsing-Lung (Sam) Lien, director of the Energy & Electricity Development Center of NKU, emphasized the "Journey to Zero in Taiwan" by analyzing the 12 key objectives of Taiwan's zero-emission transition by 2025 from an academic research perspective. He also discussed the appropriateness of the proposed strategy from three perspectives: Economic, Technological, and Future.
Figure 3. Vivian Chuang talks about the purpose of supply chain carbon reduction
Vivian Chuang, Mt. Stonegate Green Asset Ltd., presented "China's Carbon Related Policy Analysis Industry Net Zero Trend"introducing China's carbon policy and the mandatory carbon markets. It helps companies understand the current crisis in the Chinese market and the practical actions and solutions to move toward carbon neutrality.
Figure 4. Winnie Wang Introducing Taiwan Renewable Energy Pricing Rules
Winnie Wang, the managing director of PwC Taiwan, presented the Company's different CPPA structures in Taiwan and worldwide so that companies can understand the differences and set targets for renewable energy procurement in the future.
Figure 5. Mia Cheng Introducing the Way Companies Achieve Their Low Carbon Goals
Mia Cheng, Assistant Project Manager of Mt. Stonegate Green Asset Ltd., presented the possible changes in carbon reduction targets for businesses in various countries. She also emphasized several carbon reduction tools to help companies achieve carbon reduction.
Figure 6. Mavis Liu from Bureau Veritas Certification (Taiwan) Co., Ltd. Introduce Trends in Corporate Carbon Management.
Finally, Key Account Sales from Bureau Veritas Certification (Taiwan) Co., Ltd., Mavis Liu, presented “Overview of carbon management trends from the perspective of GHG verification and management”. She mentioned the possible impact of the Climate Change Response Act on Taiwan enterprises and gave attendees an idea and strategies for how to face this low-carbon trend.
It was a successful seminar for disseminating information about enterprise carbon management techniques. Due to the global net-zero targets, it is no longer limited to enterprises but extends to upstream and downstream supply chains of brand owners. So, it is necessary for enterprises to formulate their carbon reduction strategies.
The advisor and co-organizer of this conference include Mt. Stonegate Green Asset Management Ltd., Bureau Veritas Certification (Taiwan) Co., Ltd., and New Energy & Electricity Development Center of the National University of Kaohsiung.