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Title A Reconciliation Consideration of the Energy Policy Adapting to Abolishing Nuclear Power in Taiwan
Journal name Asian Journal of Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Law, Economics and Politics
Author Chien-Te Fan et al
Co_author Ruay-Nan Wu, Jui-Chu Lin
Section Journal
Number Vol. 1 No. 1
Date 2012.04
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Abstract

Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan has triggered a global nuclear power reflection. Now abolishing the nuclear power seems to be a trend, and with no exception in Taiwan. In post-Fukushima, not to mention Japan and Germany, Taiwan, incompetent to bear any nuclear disaster, more firmly makes a choice to develop clean energy to substitute nuclear and meet the reduction target simultaneously. However, how to reduce nuclear energy while ensuring a stable power supply system and achieving the goal of carbon reduction are the common problems for us, which moreover turn out to be the most challenging issues for Taiwan in the near future.

It is convincible that Taiwan must focus on the existing legal system alignment so as to promote sufficient renewable energy. It is arguable that, trying to harmonize the anticipatory conflict, both technical and legal issues shall be solved coherently.

This article will firstly provide some historical review of nuclear development since it is hard for Taiwan to reach Nuclear-Free Homeland. Then this article will cover the technical side and legal side of Taiwan’s energy policy, and finally, point out the problems with Taiwan and some possible and feasible solutions.

 

 

 

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