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Monday, 16 April 2018
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Today a CPC- ECCT LCI meeting took place at the China Petroleum Co. Headquarters office Taipei.
After a mutual introduction led by the CPC’s Chairmen Dr Tai Chien and ECCT CEO Freddie Hoeglund, 10 CPC executives and 21 LCI members had a comprehensive discussion over the transformation of Taiwan and CPC in the next decades: 1) green energy, energy saving and energy storage, 2) EV/E-scooter chargers installation, and eventually 3) the Energy for the Next Generation report co-published by ECCT and CPC on 30 May.
Among these talks, some figures have to be highlighted: there won’t be any gas motorcycle produced/imported after 2035 and no more oil engines vehicles sold in Taiwan after 2040. To achieve that, the CPC will install 1,000 chargers for e-scooters by 2020.
At the end of the meeting, Dr Tai invited the LCI members to join the related events of CPC.
To conclude, Dr Tai Chien emphasized that CPC needs a real transformation. As such, Dr Tai urges ECCT LCI members to help the CPC with providing best solutions and advices from the globe; there was a great response to that call.
Thursday, 12 April 2018
The LCI is pleased to introduce the new member: Griffin Automotive (Scania Taiwan), a 100% owned subsidiary of Scania in Taiwan since 2005.  As a world-leading provider of transport solutions, including trucks and buses for heavy transport applications, Scania has around 49,300 employees in about 100 countries, with its research and development centers in Sweden, Brazil, and India. In Taiwan, Scania owns 11 workshops to provide extensive product-related services. 
Scania aims at changing the future of transport by effectively reducing fuel consumption and CO2. In 2018 March, Scania R 500 won the “Green Truck Award” by a healthy margin. European hauliers appreciate the lowest fuel consumption, highest average speeds and lowered C02 effects that help to keep costs and environmental impacts low.
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Friday, 30 March 2018
Tuesday, 27 March 2018

The ECCT's Low Carbon Initiative (LCI) supports the 2018 Smart City Expo with four speakers from STMicroelectronics, ENERCON, Grundfos, and ABB of the following three forums:

The registration of each event above has exceeded 350.

Tuesday, 27 March 2018

  • Event: 2018 Rail Development and Trend Forum 
  • Date:  2018-04-11 13:00 - 17:00 
  • Venue: Room 3&4, Hall 1 Taipei World Trade Center  (No.5, Sec. 5, Xinyi Rd., Xinyi Dist., Taipei City, Taiwan) 台北市信義路五段5號 - 世貿一館第三及四會議室
  • Agenda & registration: https://goo.gl/zWBZkD

On Wed. 11 April at Hall 1 Taipei World Trade Center the ECCT’s Low Carbon Initiative (LCI) will work together with TUV Rheinland and TAITRA on 2018 Rail Development and Trend Forum, featuring expert speakers from Taiwan Railway Administration 台灣鐵路管理局, NTC's Rapid Transit Dept. 新北市捷運局, ABB 艾波比, SIEMENS 西門子, CECI 世曦, and TUV Rheinland 德國萊因, to showcase innovations of rail and rapid transit system that has/ or to be deployed in Taiwan and the globe.   

Taiwan’s government has launched the Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program designed to meet Taiwan’s development needs for the next generation, and among its components is a railway infrastructure plan to strengthen the nation’s rail systems in line with green traffic and transportation trends. As such, half of the program budget NT$882.49 billion (US$29.24 billion) will be earmarked for 38 railway projects in five major areas in Taiwan to expend the nation’s rail network—including main trunk lines, inter-city services and intra-city rail—to support Taiwan’s growth for the next 30 years.

The forum opens only 150 seats to gov., industry, and research organizations.  Register now at https://goo.gl/zWBZkD
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