The name “Taiya” is the combination of “Taiwan” and “Asia,” representing our root in Taiwan. Taiwan is a global leader in renewable energy and offshore wind power, and Taiya’s goal is to expand to the Asian or even the global market.
OUR VISION

OUR VISION

“Our vision is to be the leader of environmental and social transitions, and continue our practices in future everyday life. Throughout the lifecycle of a renewable energy project from development, construction, to O&M, Taiya will remain at the forefront of the energy revolution and sustainable solutions.”
--Taiya Renewable Energy Chairman Irving Lin.
SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE

SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE

When our projects enter the stages of construction and operation, Taiya will assume the responsibilities of construction, management, and delivery of renewable energy projects, as well as preparation for O&M; also, Taiya will focus on risk reduction, compliance with international standards, and optimization of sustainable management.
NET ZERO EMISSIONS

NET ZERO EMISSIONS

Our Vision
In pursuit of net-zero emissions and to protect our home, Taiwan, Asia, and the world are proactively launching an energy revolution to transition from traditional energy to clean energy, which will continue for at least another three to four decades. With a mission of energy autonomy, our vision is to provide stable and affordable renewable energy supplies before 2050, while also transitioning towards net-zero emissions, and provide cost-effective and economic ways of production to realize clean, proactive, and flexible green energy economy.
Insistence on Environmental Protection
The world is growingly concerned with issues of sustainable development, and in 2015, the United Nations announced its sustainable development goals (UN SDGs). In light of the global development of low-carbon energy transition, we strive to continually assist the government and Taipower in maintaining stable electricity supply, allowing Taiwanese businesses to obtain quality green energy and enhance market competitiveness; we are also endeavored to stabilize Taiwan’s investment environment and lower energy-related carbon emissions, resolutely marching towards the target of “net-zero emissions.”
PUBLIC INTEREST APPRECIATION

PUBLIC INTEREST APPRECIATION