Thursday, 16 February 2017
The LCI is pleased to introduce the first new member of 2017: Lee and Li, the largest law firm in Taiwan, is known for expertise in all legal fields and offers a full range of services. Since 1965, Lee and Li in Taiwan has built one of the largest intellectual
property right practices, and involved in the phenomenal growth of foreign direct investment.
Lee and Li as a pioneer in developing banking and capital market practice, public construction, government procurement and merger and acquisition, stays relevant by staying current on the latest developments in green energy industry and apply its legal skills
to help industry and government achieve their common goals.
Lee and Li's services are performed by over 100 lawyers admitted in Taiwan, patent agents, patent attorneys, trademark attorneys, more than 100 technology experts, and specialists in other fields.
Wednesday, 1 February 2017
The 2017 Sustainable City Forum is one of the highlights of the 2017 Smart City Summit & Expo, the largest event for smart cities and the IoT industry in Asia, featuring senior executives and experts from global cities and enterprises
to discuss and showcase strategies and solutions of sustainability in cities.
This one-day forum has been designed to present an all-inclusive look at smart cities; a policy discussion in the morning, and four parallel sessions in the afternoon on the following topics:
Green Mobility, Smart Energy, Low Carbon Community, and Circular Economy, conducted by Executives Officials of the Executive Yuan, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC), the National
Development Council (NDC), the Environment Protection Administration (EPA), the Council of Agriculture (COA), and supported by eight organizers: the Taipei Computer Association (TCA), the Taiwan Smart City Association (TSCA), the International Climate Development
Institute (ICDI), the ECCT's Low Carbon Initiative (LCI), the Taiwan Office for EBRD Business Development, Tatung Co., Ecoland Corporation, and ITS Taiwan.
Registration to the forum is free and a bilingual translation service will be provided on site.
Free Registration 免費報名: http://smartcity.org.tw/m_login.php
Note: Please complete the membership registration before signing up for the 2017 Smart City Summit & Expo. After the registration is done, you will be able to select your attendance of the exhibition, the forums, and etc. 需先1) 完成註冊 2) 完成問卷三題 後便可進入到系統中報名，報名時勾選要參加的場次並確認．屆時憑系統發送的QR
Wednesday, 7 December 2016
As a global player that finances the energy sector, BNP Paribas has defined its commitment to being a responsible bank that is focused on driving the real economy through helping clients grow and develop, sustainably. The bank’s
commitment aligns with the Paris agreement, which aims to make financial flows compatible with the global imperative transition to a low-carbon economy.
BNP Paribas made firm commitments to fund the renewable energy sector, with a commitment to inject 15 billion euros by 2020. You can read more information about BNP Paribas’ CSR policies
About BNP Paribas Taiwan
BNP Paribas had a presence in Taiwan since 1981. Today the bank has three branches in Taipei, Kaohsiung and Taichung, with over 650 employees in total. BNP Paribas offers a wide range of financial solutions in Taiwan covering corporate and institutional banking,
wealth management, asset management and insurance.
Friday, 12 August 2016
Date 日期: Thursday, 3rd Nov. 2016
Time 時間: 14:30 – 16:30 (reception starts 14:00)
Venue 場地: Taichung Turtle Shell Park 台中龜殼生態公園
Due to Typhoon Meranti, the ECCT Low Carbon Initiative (LCI) has rescheduled 2016 Wind Power Festival
to Thursday 3rd
Nov. at Taichung’s Turtle Shell Park, showcasing EU-Taiwan’s capabilities in developing renewable energies and smart technologies (100% wind power from 39 turbines in the park supply to industry 4.0 robotics [ABB
] and Thanksgiving turkey BBQ [Taichung Farmers’ Association 台中市農會
]) and smart E-bus [RAC華德動能
MIT E-Bus certified by MOTC]).
This Wind Power Festival, supported by Taichung City Government and Turtle Shell Villiage, is a CSR & Education event of the ECCT Low Carbon Initiative (LCI), held near the time of Thanksgiving, is to raise awareness about sustainable environment and to thank
the community residents for supporting the adoption of renewable energy solution to protect our mother earth. The highlight of 2016 Wind Power Festival is using
power supply to:
● Wind Power Robots 風力機器人
and Paper-airplane Folding Robot
will have fun interactions with the guests by drawing pictures and folding paper planes.
The paper in use is PEFC certified
● 100% Wind Power Thanksgiving BBQ 風力感恩節火雞BBQ
: inviting ECCT LCI members and guests, Taichung City Mayor LIN, 12 local chiefs, residents, and industry leaders from Taichung Technology Park to enjoy a green
“zero CO2 emission BBQ.”
● Wind Power E-bus 風力電動巴士
: five E-buses by will transport the VIP guests from Taichung HSR station to the Festival site, and be charged by wind onsite.
Taiwan passed the Greenhouse Reduction and Management Act in July 2015, setting a long-term goal of reducing Taiwan’s carbon emission less than half the level of 2005 by 2050. Further in May 2016, Taiwan’s new government has committed to increase renewable-based
electricity generation to 20% of supply by 2025. To achieve these extremely ambitious goals, Taiwan shall by all means make a real sustainable environment with the cooperation and participation from industries and its people.
The electricity supply of 2016 Wind Power Festival will be 100% from the 39 wind turbines in Taichung's Turtle Shell Park, taking the BBQ to a whole new level. making the event “zero emission." In addition to wind-powered BBQ, onsite displays includes electric
vehicles and industry 4.0 robotics, all empowered by wind.
Tuesday, 1 November 2016
November 2016, from 13:00 ~ 16:10
Conference Hall, Hua Nan Bank (2F, No.123, Songren Rd., Xinyi Dist., Taipei City, Taiwan)
European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan, Dai Yan-Hui Foundation
Hua Nan Bank
＊ Online Registration: https://goo.gl/YGoeQF
Europe has been leading renewable energies development ahead of the world. In 1990, the first Electricity Feed-In Act was introduced by Germany, which initiated the first green electricity feed-in tariff scheme in the world and was regarded as a decisive factor
to its success towards green energy policy. Under this scheme renewable energy systems are compensated by utility companies under the feed-in tariffs for 20 years, thereby guaranteeing investor security. Many EU member states, governments, including Taiwan,
have used this Act as a blue print for their renewable energy policy.
Financing by banks and institutions is certainly another crucial factor to the success for developing renewable energy. We are honored to have high ranking German representatives from KfW IPEX, a state-owned development bank, speaking at this
seminar and to provide governors, financiers and other relevant sectors with KfW’s practical experiences on wind power finance. This will be followed by speeches from wpd, one of Germany’s leading onshore and offshore wind power developer.