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Taiwan’s recipe for success in offshore wind

Supportive policies and growing corporate PPA market drive growth in Taiwan but progress stalls elsewhere in Southeast Asia

Taiwan’s success in developing a vibrant offshore wind sector—built on the back of strong political commitment that has enticed international players—offers lessons for Southeast Asian countries on how to get their wind energy ambitions back on track, delegates heard at the Asia Clean Energy Summit in Singapore on Wednesday. Already a regional leader, Taiwan is shaping up to be the largest offshore wind market in Asia besides China, according to industry body the Global Wind Energy Council. The country’s offshore wind power generation capacity is forecast to reach 15GW by 2035, helping to attract $90bn and create c.57,000 jobs. Taiwan’s robust government support for wind, now a focus of th



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