About us

About Us

Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy (TAISE) currently has asset and cash totaling NT$ 100 million; in which, the Greater Taipei Gas Co., Ltd., Shin Kong Life Insurance Co., and Taiwan Shin Kong Security & Insurance Company, each donated NT$ 30 million, and the Chairman of Shin Kong Financial Holding, Mr. Eugene Wu, personally donated NT$ 10 million. TAISE was registered under such funding. 
  
 
TAISE comprises five main topics : 
I.   Sustainable Energy 
II.  Green Ecomony
III.  Low Carbon Society
IV. Climate Change 
V.  Corporate Sustainability

  
TAISE was initiated and funded by the advocates of sustainable energy in 2007, aiming to facilitate research and development of sustainable energy and promote sustainable energy infrastructure. TAISE was officially approved for founding on October 31st 2007. Under the leadership of Chairman Eugene Chien Y. H., TAISE currently has organized the Office of Administrative Secretaries, five committees and one research group, including Academic Review Committee, Education & Promotion Committee, Corporate Sustainable Development Committee, International Exchange Committee, Cross-Strait Exchange Committee and Climate Change Policy Research Group. Each Committee and Research Group is delegated with a specialist mission in TAISE.  
 
I.    Organize sustainable energy technology development related forums and conferences. 
II.   Publish sustainable energy technologies development related journals and books and set up a website. 
III.  Collect and analyze information regarding energy technologies, policies, industries, and business intelligence and 
      establish an information platform. 
IV.  Award and sponsor energy technology and corporate sustainability related research. 
V.   Promote exchanges with international energy institutions and establish an international cooperative mechanism. 
VI.  Conduct Sustainable Energy Education and Promotion. 
VII. Conduct other works related to research and applications of energy technologies and corporate sustainability. 
 
  
TAISE continues to work to raise the awareness of sustainable energy and related issues, establish an exchange platform for academic and technological groups relating to sustainable energy, facilitate publishing of sustainable energy related journals and specialist books, and raise the concern of the domestic industries for sustainable energy related issues. We wish that through exchanges of academic knowledge and engineering technologies, the intelligence of all who care about the development of sustainable energy will converge to take on the mission of manifesting the spirit of sustainable energy.