What is the existing energy mix and current Energy Policy in Taiwan?

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Taiwan’s energy supply reached 140 million KLOE in 2022. In which, crude oil and petroleum products accounted for 43.7%, while coal, natural gas, nuclear, and renewable energy accounted for 29.7%, 19.1%, 4.9%, and 2.6% respectively. Comparing to neighboring countries, our dependency on fossil oil was significantly higher.
 Facing the global climate change and GHGs emission, Taiwan’s energy development must considers the objectives of energy, environmental, and economics. Thus, the government announced the "Guidelines on Energy Development" in 2012, and amended it in 2017.
 For details of policy information, please refer to EA website(https://www.moeaea.gov.tw).

Update: 2023-09-22
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