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The Oxford University Society in Taiwan, Your BCCT, and the National Taiwan University EMBA Association proudly join forces to present a forum on Investments in Renewable Energy.

This is the first that these three prestigious organizations have worked together to bring you the best in speakers on this very important and topical issue.
Meet like-minded people, learn from a wide range of practitioners in various industries, and join together to bring in the new world.

Six speakers will share their views over a packed afternoon before we join together for dinner in the evening.

Note that one fantastic ticket price includes the forum and dinner.

Янв 12 2018

13:30 - 21:30

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Palais De Chine 君品酒店台北
103 台北市大同區承德路一段3號 5F Grand Hall
台北市, Тайвань

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  • 13:30 - 14:00Registration
    14:00 - 14:10Opening Remarks
    14:10 - 14:45The Renewable Energy Investment Environment and Industry Trends in Taiwan
    In this presentation, we will discuss in the context of investing in Taiwan the renewable energy landscape, the solar and wind power energy policy and dynamics, and the energy market going forward.

    Owen Chio

    Executive Consultant / Partner, Global Co-Leader of Compliance Practice, KPMG Law Taiwan, KPMG Law International

    Michael Chan

    MIchael Chan, KPMG Government & Infrastructure Advisory Taiwan

    14:45 - 15:20Making profitable Green Products that benefit Society

    Min-Hsiung 許明雄 Hsu

    Chairman, Fara Company, e-Scooter and AMPS(Advanced Multiple Power System)

    15:20 - 15:55What the Circular Economy really means to a Green Start up
    TA Wu talks about being a Social Enterprise and a start up in the time of Circular Economy and how that impacts his business decisions

    TA Wu

    Founder, W Glass Project

    15:55 - 16:30Renewable Energy Laws and Regulations in Taiwan: from Energy Transition to Energy Liberalisations
    The Taiwan government has set an ambitious target to generate 20% of power from renewables by 2025. With the Electricity Act recently amended and the Renewable Energy Development Act under review, Taiwan seeks to tackle issues of energy transition and energy liberalisation at the same time. The presentation will introduce Taiwan’s renewable energy law and policy, as well as the regulatory framework for developing solar and on/offshore wind power projects.

    Po-Hsiang Ou

    PhD, Attorney-at-Law, Eiger

    16:30 - 17:05Smart Technology for solving everyday power problems

    Chang 張上緒 Phillip

    Founder, Smart Battery Charging System

    17:05 - 17:25Coffee Break
    17:25 - 18:00Green Energy - Developing Large Scale Projects in the Green Economy
    Energy expert Joel Ciceron of EOLFI details how we can develop Green Infrastructure to solve our growing need for clean power

    Joel E Ciceron

    Energy Expert, EOLFI

    18:00 - 18:30Pre-dinner Networking
    18:30 - 21:30Dinner and Reception



Member Price
TW$ 1,400
Non-Member Price
TW$ 1,900