Deputy General Director  / 副所長

 Industrial Technology Research Institute / 工業技術研究院  


  • Postdoctoral Research (1989)  Texas A&M University

  • Ph. D. in Chemistry (1987)       University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • B. S. in Chemistry (1979)         Soochow University


  • Deputy General Director, Green Energy and Environmental Research Laboratories, ITRI (3/2010-present)

  • Energy and Resources Division Director and Foresight Project Leader, Industrial Economics and Knowledge Center, ITRI (3/2008-3/2010)

  • America Business Division Director, International Business Center, ITRI (5/2005-3/2008)

  • Senior Vice President, Chitec Technology Co., Ltd. (1/2003-5/2005)

  • Applied Chemistry Division Deputy Director, Union Chemical Laboratories, ITRI (7/1993-1/2003)

  • CFH Catalyst Project Leader, Shell Development Company (8/1989-6/1993)


Topic: Current Developments and Future Prospects of Offshore Wind in Taiwan / 台灣離岸風電發展現況與未來展望

In order to move toward a “Nuclear-free Homeland” by 2025, Taiwan plans to increase the share of renewable energy generation to 20 % by 2025, and realize 520 MW of offshore wind by 2020 and 5,500 MW of offshore wind by 2025. In consideration of that Taiwan strait has been recognized and evaluated by the international organization 4C Offshore as the best offshore wind resource in the world, we have devised a promotion strategy with 3 phases, which include Demonstration Incentive Program, Zones of Potential, and Zonal Development, so as to improve development and utilization of wind energy, to learn experiences from offshore wind farms developed worldwide, and finally to achieve the goal for offshore wind power which is to exceed 5,500 MW in 2025. In accordance with the timeline of infrastructure and industry development, MOEA has promulgated “Directions for Allocating Installed Capacity of Offshore Wind Potential Zones” to allocate 5.5 GW of offshore wind through Selection and Auction schemes. This presentation will provide the current status of offshore wind development, and the regulatory framework for future prospects.


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