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1 107/2 公行系 黃寄倫 助理教授 會議論文 發佈 Power struggles: towards a "just" energy transion , [107-2] :Power struggles: towards a "just" energy transion會議論文Power struggles: towards a "just" energy transionGillan C.L. HuangTaiwan began its energy transition since 2016 by setting priority to phase-out nuclear energy and to increase the share of electricity supply of renewable energy to 20% by 2025. This research critically assessed the policy development of energy transition in Taiwan since 2016 in the perspective of energy justice. Our research is based mainly on data collected from interviews-based fieldwork in the summer of 2018. Interviewees include government officials, environmental groups, electricity providers, journalists and academics. These interviews also made us to identify the informal interactions and behaviours of various actors in the process of energy transition which that can be highly critical to the policy-making. The main argument of this paper is that the current energy transition in Taiwan would reduce the environmental injustices for local host communitie
2 107/2 公行系 黃寄倫 助理教授 會議論文 發佈 Environmental Justice of Power struggles: towards a "just" energy transition in Taiwan , [107-2] :Environmental Justice of Power struggles: towards a "just" energy transition in Taiwan會議論文Environmental Justice of Power struggles: towards a "just" energy transition in TaiwanGillan Chi-Lun HuangJust Transition;Energy Justice in Taiwan;Environmental JusticeSince the DPP (Democratic Progressive Party) won the parliamentary majority and the presidency in 2016, the policy priority has been on legislating the phasing out of nuclear energy by 2025 and developing green energy by transforming Taiwan’s existing energy structure. This research closely looks into the policy process of the amendment of the Electricity Act (EA) in 2016 in Taiwan. Our research indicates how the extent of reform adoption has been determined primarily by domestic political struggle. The evidence indicates that the EA amendment has been dominated by the energy iron triangle of politicians, the Taipower union and environmental nongovernmental organisations (ENGOs). The contribution of this study informs how power
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