Research and Markets: Taiwan Energy Report: Taipower's Long-Term Power Development Program Relies On the Installation of 23.7 GW of New Capacities By 2022
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6qk58z/taiwan_energy) has announced the addition of the "Taiwan Energy Report" report to their offering.
This report provides updated facts and figures on the evolution of the national energy market. For the oil, gas, coal and power markets, the report details the market organisation, institutions regulating the market, and energy policy of the country. Energy companies active on the market are analysed. Domestic production, capacities, exchanges, consumption by sector and market shares are provided. Energy prices levels and taxes are described. Finally, the driving issues, and the market prospects are proposed.
HIGHLIGHTS IN TAIWAN
Taipower's long-term Power Development Program relies on the installation of 23.7 GW of new capacities by 2022. It includes four large ultra supercritical coal-fired projects: the Linkou retrofit project (3 * 800 MW), the Shenao retrofit project (2 * 800 MW), the Talin retrofit project (2 * 800 MW) and a 2 * 800 MW plant in the Changbin Industrial Park.
Asia's craving for energy slowed down in 2011, with primary energy production increasing by 3.7% in 2011 from 7.1% in 2010 and primary energy consumption growing by 5.1% (6.4% in 2010). China kept running ahead (highest energy consumption in 2011, 19% above the United States), while India consolidated its position of world's third largest consumer and succeeded in lowering its energy consumption per unit of GDP to the world average. Japan was deeply impacted by the March 2011 events (-36% in primary energy production and -6.6% in primary energy consumption).
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