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Special PV plant design for livestock in Taiwan

Taipower is experimenting with PV installations on grazing land for cattle, with the support of the Taiwan Council of Agriculture. The modules have been installed at a height of 3 meters, so the cows can graze beneath them.


Taiwan brings first phase of island’s largest PV plant online

14 MW of new solar capacity began feeding energy into Taiwan’s grid this week, as the first phase of a planned 100 MW facility being built by the island’s utility Taipower.


Taiwan to issue $82 million in new Green Bonds

Taipower, Taiwan’s state-owned electricity supplier, has announced a plan to issue TW$2.4 billion (US$82 million) in green bonds next month, and to use the proceeds raised to develop renewable energy projects, including solar.

Taipower breaks ground on 100 MW solar farm in Taiwan

The PV array is set to be the largest solar installation on the island, and is located at Changhua Coastal Industrial Park in central Taiwan.

Equis to build 70.2 MW of solar in Taiwan

Equis Energy has won the rights to develop the biggest solar project in Taiwan, in a public auction that awarded 70.2 MW of PV capacity across two sites.

Sumitomo installs 125 kW redox flow battery in Taiwan

The Japanese electrical equipment supplier provided the battery to Taiwan Power Research Institute, which will pair the system with variable renewables such as solar in a pilot project.

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