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Taiwan's government said Thursday it would seal off a nuclear power plant due to open next year but repeatedly attacked as unsafe by the public, pending a referendum on its future. Deputy economic affairs minister Woody Duh said maintenance fees
Taipei, July 14 (CNA) Recent extremely hot weather conditions in Taiwan prompted power consumption to climb to a record high of 34.97 million kilowatts Monday, Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower) said later that day. Transient power consumption peaked at 1:
Taipei, April 26 (CNA) If the fourth nuclear power plant is scrapped due to widespread opposition, the state-owned Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower) will run into operating difficulties and could face bankruptcy, a Taipower spokesman said Saturday.
Taipei, Jan. 12 (CNA) Energy authorities in Taiwan dismissed Sunday concerns over landslides around the water pool meant to cool the nation's fourth nuclear power plant, saying it sits atop solid bedrock and making assurances that they are keeping
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Taiwan News, Staff Writer 2014-01-08 11:20 AM The Changhua District Court handed down a verdict of not guilty for county councilors and area residents who staged a protest in 2011 against
With the opening of the MRT Xinyi line Sunday, November 24, riders on the system will be able to travel between Xiangshan (Elephant Mountain) in Xinyi District and Beitou Station without having to change trains.
Taipei, Sept. 29 (CNA) An electricity rate increase that takes effect Oct. 1 will not affect most households or small businesses in Taiwan, according to data compiled by the state-run power company Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower).
Taipei, Sept. 18 (CNA) Electricity rates will rise as planned in October by an average of 8.49 percent, Economics Minister Chang Chia-juch said Wednesday, rejecting a proposal by opposition lawmakers to postpone the price hike.
Taipei, Aug. 28 (CNA) The electricity rate increase planned for October is not being put in place simply to help state-run Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower) cope with losses but in fact reflects higher operating costs, Economics Minister Chang Chia-juch
The Ministry of Economic Affairs announced power rate hikes amounting to an average of 9.2 percent Tuesday, but strong opposition was expected before the increases could take effect in October, reports said. Lawmakers from both opposition and