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Taiwan Struggles amid Impending Electricity Shortage
Politically inconvenient choices define the search for more power as AC units switch on for the summer and Taiwan's renewable push struggles to make headway.
'Five Shortages' Are Holding Taiwan Back
Taiwan's growth and investment are restricted by five scarce resources -- land, water, power, manpower and talent.
2017/05/04 | Morley J Weston
INFOGRAPHIC: Southeast Asia’s Electricity Paradox
Lights Out: Several countries in the region are exporting electricity before supplying it to their own people.
2017/02/13 | Timo Räsänen
The Ups and Downs of Chinese Dams on Mekong: New Report
A new study shows the significant impact of Chinese dams on the Mekong, but it is not all bad.
2017/01/13 | Rosemary Chen
Fish Hook in Taiwan's 'Green' Energy Reforms
Taiwan this week passed new legislation to deregulate the electricity market and boost the uptake of clean energy. But do the changes go far enough?
2017/01/05 | ZhongXiang Zhang
Powering a Low-Carbon China
There are reasons for optimism as China tries to tackle climate change.
2016/06/27 | Shuhei Omi
Taipower Warns of Energy Crisis As Taiwan Melts
Taiwan’s state-run power company says it is experiencing an energy crisis due to extremely high temperatures. But some say it’s a sham.
2016/06/15 | Chang Shin-wei
Go Read a Book: Official Responds to Taiwan's Power Crisis
As Taiwan grapples a looming power crisis lawmakers are coming up with creative ideas for people to help conserving electricity.