Taiwan Seeks Exporter Role, Eyes 60% Renewables

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Taiwan is ramping up a drive to secure most of its power through ‘green” renewable sources by 2050 to ensure the country's energy security and its future as a major exporter, while emphasizing efforts to promote more efficient and sustainable consumption as well as production.

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