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Taiwan’s largest renewable energy exhibition attracts 25,000 visiting buyers

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – Energy Taiwan and Net-Zero Taiwan 2023, jointly organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and Green Energy and Sustainability Alliance (GESA), a SEMI Industry Group, attracted 24,359 visiting buyers, a 25% increase against 2022.

The exhibition welcomed over 800 international buyers, with the top five attendees hailing from Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, the United States, and Vietnam. A total of 1,275 booths from 350 exhibitors, representing 13 nations and territories, were featured.

This robust turnout underscores Taiwan’s consistent growth in the green energy sector, and highlights the increasing recognition of the importance of a sustainable future.

As Taiwan’s most extensive green energy industry exhibition, Energy Taiwan and Net-Zero Taiwan 2023 encompasses various themes including “Solar Photovoltaic,” “Wind Energy,” “Smart Energy Storage,” “Diverse Renewable Energy,” and “Sustainable Solutions.” The event provided a comprehensive showcase of top-tier products and technologies across the entire industry spectrum, making it a pivotal sourcing platform for both local and global industry participants.

During the exhibition, the Sustainability Award was presented to recognize outstanding contributions. TCC Energy Storage Technology Corporation received both the Platinum Award and Popularity Award for incorporating natural elements into their “Biophilia” design concept, reducing the use of wood decorations, and utilizing 100% recyclable materials. They also incorporated digital content to raise awareness about net-zero and carbon reduction, as well as the natural environment.

TCC Energy Storage Technology Corporation receives both the Platinum Award and Popularity Award at the exhibition – PHOTO: TAITRA

Synera Renewable Energy Co., Ltd. received the Silver Award for its “’Synergize for an Era of Energy Transition” concept adopted for booth decorations. It used transparent, bright, and clean elements to portray the essence of offshore wind power and the company’s commitment to sustainability.

Synera Renewable Energy Co., Ltd. booth decorations – PHOTO: KIM NGAN

Formosa Smart Energy Technology Corporation has created a completely new energy ecosystem from manufacturing at source to recycling. The company displayed various products, including domestically produced batteries, solid-state batteries, energy storage systems, as well as green circulation technologies such as micro-algae carbon capture and battery recycling.

Formosa Smart Energy Technology Corporation’s booth attracts many visiting buyers – PHOTO: KIM NGAN

Linde LienHwa showcased its largest hydrogen-powered and low-carbon solutions at Energy Taiwan and Net-Zero Taiwan 2023. With ISO-certified hydrogen fuel and comprehensive solutions, Linde LienHwa emphasized the critical role of embracing a low-carbon economy in the industry’s transformation.

Linde LienHwa showcases its largest hydrogen-powered and low-carbon solutions – PHOTO: KIM NGAN

The one-on-one procurement meetings successfully matched domestic companies with international buyers through 70 meetings. The “Consulting Service” also facilitated 44 meetings for domestic companies.

A representative of Delta Electronics, Inc. introduces the company’s product to the visiting buyers – PHOTO: KIM NGAN
Lawton Liao (C), general manager of Intelligent Cloud Plus, introduces the company’s product – PHOTO: KIM NGAN
A visiting buyer observes a displayed product from Ysolar Co., Ltd. – PHOTO: KIM NGAN
Displayed products from United Renewable Energy Co., Ltd. – PHOTO: TAITRA

Energy Taiwan and Net-Zero Taiwan 2024, will be held in Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 2 in Taipei from October 2 to 4 to foster connections between leading domestic and foreign companies, create a more diverse range of net-zero solutions, and become the largest energy exhibition in the Asia Pacific region.

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