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Taiya Renewable Energy

ABOUT US
Based in Taiwan, Taiya Renewable Energy strives to promote and realize energy transition, so people, as well as our future generations, can enjoy an eco-friendly, clean, and sustainable living environment.
PROJECTS

PROJECTS

Taiya continues to source and develop projects and realize our philosophy in project initiation, development method, permit application, site safety, and risk reduction. Our team possesses in-house professional expertise, and cooperates with trustworthy consultants and partners.
SEE WHAT WE DO

SEE WHAT WE DO

Capability and aspiration are what propel Taiya towards its goals.
We are more than just dreamers. We are a group of humble doers with clear targets and utmost respect for nature.
RECENT NEWS

RECENT NEWS

21June,2022 Taiya Renewable Energy Signs MOU with National Cheng Kung University_Incubating Local Talents of Key Industries of Offshore Wind Power TAIYA Renewable Energy, a local offshore wind power development team, actively joins the selection process of Phase 3 Offshore Zonal Development, developing offshore wind industry. Today (20), TRE officially announces the signing of MOU with National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) for industry-academia collaboration. This MOU between TAIYA and NCKU focuses on industry-academia collaboration of offshore wind technology, with an aim to drive the development, transition, and upgrade of the domestic shipbuilding industry chain, building Taiwan into an important shipbuilding base of offshore wind energy in Asia Pacific. Using this opportunity, TAIYA also brings in Hai Tien Offshore to cooperate with Department of Systems and Naval Mechatronic Engineering, NCKU; the department’s towing tank laboratory is commissioned to carry out tank experiment for Hai Tien Offshore’s crew transfer vessel, testing the vessels’ seakeeping performances, speed, and thrust horsepower using a multitude of verification items. High Tien Offshore is building the first CTV that is completely developed, designed, tested, built, and operated by local Taiwanese businesses, and will provide full support to TRE’s wind farm development and M&O, bringing in more localized elements. “As a local Taiwanese development team, TAIYA not only fulfils its corporate social responsibility in Taiwan, but more importantly, we have the responsibility to nurture the next generation, and bring them better environment and life,” said TAIYA Chairman Irving Lin. “Our MOU with National Cheng Kung University includes exchange of industrial and academic experiences, offshore wind power internship program, industrial research, and collaborative projects. Combining our practical experience with the achievements of NCKU’s academic research, we will jointly assist domestic technological transition and upgrade, while incubating more local talents for the offshore wind industry.” “National Cheng Kung University has had marine engineering related departments since its inception in 1931, nurturing many local shipbuilding engineering talents. Many alumni have achieved excellence in the field of marine engineering around the world,” said Dr. Su Huey-jen, President of NCKU. “With success in the areas of domestically built naval vessels, yacht design, and tank experiment, NCKU is more than happy to sign this MOU with TRE. NCKU has had years of experience in the area of fluid application experiment in towing tank. The third-generation towing tank just completed this year is already the world’s second largest university towing tank, and we believe that it will definitely help Taiwan’s wind power development, as we work together to incubate more talents with expertise in offshore wind power and marine engineering for Taiwan.” With the imminent selection of Phase 3 Zonal Development, TAIYA will show full dedication as a local development team, to build an ecosystem of local offshore wind technological R&D and industrial applications, connect and nurture industry chain, reach out to schools, and cooperate with local industry chain, building technological strengths and market competitiveness to explore the international new energy market. READ MORE