Taiwan’s Net-Zero Efforts on Spotlight at 11th SCSE

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Article By : Stephen Las Marias

Taiwan’s ‘Net Zero’ efforts are among the key highlights at the recent Smart City Summit and Expo (SCSE) 2024.

Taiwan’s ‘Net Zero’ efforts are among the key highlights at the recent Smart City Summit and Expo (SCSE), which was held from March 19–22 at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 2 in Taipei. Now on its 11th year, SCSE was organized by the Taipei Computer Association (TCA), the Kaohsiung City government, and the National Development Council.

During his opening speech, Secretary-General Chia-lung Lin of the Presidential Office said the government has been working very hard to transform Taiwan into a tech island. Leveraging its strengths in the ICT industry, Taiwan has been successfully developing a diverse range of smart city and net-zero city solutions over the past decade—and the SCSE serves as a platform to put the spotlight on these solutions, promote them globally, and encourage collaboration with countries to advance smart city and net-zero city initiatives.

Meanwhile, Minister Ming-Hsin Kung of the National Development Council (NDC) said achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 is a crucial development goal for Taiwan.

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