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MOEA Invites citizens to Discuss 10 Indicators of Energy Transition Promotion Performance
Date: 2021-03-04
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The Executive Yuan has approved the first Energy Transition Whitepaper of Taiwan on November 18, 2020. The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) and related ministries and agencies have proposed 10 indicators of energy transition promotion performance. These 10 indicators include reducing energy import rate, increasing electricity supply adequacy rate, improving energy-saving efficiency, promoting renewable energy development, promoting green economy, reducing electricity emission coefficient, reducing air pollution from the power system, increasing green vehicles, reducing dependence on nuclear energy, and improving the public's knowledge on energy.

MOEA has invited citizens to discuss how representative and intelligible these 10 indicators are through various activities, such as street dialogues and workshops in January 2021. The government hopes the citizens can easily understand these 10 indicators.

The "One-Day Energy Transition Indicators Pop-Up Shop" was held on weekends in mid-January 2021 at places in Taichung, Taipei, and Kaohsiung, where crowds gathered. The onsite guides introduced 10 indicators in an easy and intriguing way and invited citizens to honestly express their levels of understanding on the indicators. This event adopted the "dot-mocracy" method and invited citizens to express their opinions by sticking dots in three different colors on the "10 Energy Transition Key Indicators" board, which included "the most important", "the most agreeable" and "the least understandable". Meanwhile, citizens could further write down their opinions on postits.

The "Energy Transition Indicators Workshop" cooperated with community colleges, inviting not only students who had participated in energy transition-related events and had basic knowledge of energy-related topics, but also members of NGOs, who had shown long-term interest in energy transition-related issues. Participants of the workshops were welcome to discuss the energy transition indicators and brainstorm ideas together for the revision of the proposed indicators.

In terms of virtual events, the public can offer their ideas and opinions on the 10 energy transition indicators via questionnaires available on the "Energy Transition Exclusive Webpage," which was launched at the end of January 2021. MOEA welcomes everyone to join the energy transition indicators events and speak out their thoughts!

{Energy Transition Exclusive Webpage}
https://energywhitepaper.tw/transitionindex.html

Spokesperson: Deputy Director-General Lee Chun-Li, Bureau of Energy, MOEA
Phone Number: 02-2775-7700  
Mobile: 0936-250-838
Email: chunlee@moea.gov.tw

Business Contact: Director, Ming-Chih Chuang
Phone number: 02-2775-7710
Mobile: 0936-889-606
Email: mcchuang@moea.gov.tw

Media Contact: Section Chief, Yu-Hsuah Hsia
Phone Number: 02-2775-7705
Mobile: 0910-668-295
E-mail: yhhsia@moea.gov.tw
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