The 2018 Energy Taiwan and the Circular Economy Taiwan shows in Taipei, to be held on Sept. 19-21, aim to share a bold combined vision of zero emission energy generation and zero waste generation with the world.
The shows build on the success of the 2017 PV Taiwan Show, which drew more than 10,000 visitors from more than 70 countries. This year, event organizers TAITRA and SEMI are promoting the show into the global spotlight with the theme of double zeros: zero emission power generation, zero waste.
On the energy front this year, 2018 Energy Taiwan will highlight the emerging full circle energy economy that encompasses the renewable future of energy efficiency, sustainable energy generation and energy storage.
Meanwhile, 2018 Circular Economy Taiwan will showcase leading waste reduction and localization technologies.
The expanded focus of the two new shows recognizes the holistic nature of the transition to renewables, including solar, with projects increasingly including the complementary disciplines of energy storage and energy efficiency.
In Taiwan, the government is encouraging the adoption of future energy technologies with a suite of new initiatives including the “two-year solar power promotion plan,” “four-year wind power promotion plan,” and the “forward-looking infrastructure development program.” These programs are expected to bring an additional $78 million USD to the Taiwanese green energy economy over the coming years.
Energy Taiwan also features industry summit forums that bring together experts in solar, wind, hydro generation as well as discussions on circular cities, and deep dives into the emerging field of indoor air quality monitoring and management.
The Energy Taiwan and CE Taiwan shows will be held from September 19 to 21, 2018, at Nangang Exhibition Center, with up to 600 vendor booths and an estimated 17,000 buyers from domestic and international markets.
Source: Clean Technica
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