The Taiwanese Government has set aggressive renewable energy targets, with a particular focus on the development of its offshore wind power capabilities. This exciting new market presents great opportunities for foreign investors. At the same time, it highlights the need for a local legal and regulatory framework that will foster the development of the market in an effective and efficient manner.
This Jones Day White Paper provides an overview of the current legal and regulatory framework for offshore wind farm projects in Taiwan, including the general procurement process, environmental approval process, grid allocation process, approvals/licensing regime, and other key considerations for offshore wind developers (i.e., foreign ownership limits, foreign exchange controls, etc.). The intention is to provide foreign investors with an early “heads up” of what to expect when seeking to undertake offshore wind energy projects in Taiwan.
Read the full White Paper.