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Ambassador Eugene Chien visited the Polish Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal while Attending COP 24 to Exchange Views on Climate Change and Plan Future Cooperation Date:2018-12-24

The Chairman of the Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy, Ambassador Eugene Chien (left), exchanged souvenirs with the Deputy Director of the Polish Coal Chemical Process Institute, JarosławZuwała (middle). On the right, Chairman of the Taiwan Carbon Recycling Association, Tan Junyi 

Ambassador Eugene Chien, Chairman of the Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy, Dr. Li Yu-ming, Secretary General of the Taiwan Center for Corporate Sustainability, and Jiang Hui-ying, Chairman of the International Exchange Committee attended the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 24).  Ambassador Chien and Professor Tan Junyi who is a professor of chemical engineering at Tsinghua University as well as a member of the Taiwan Carbon Recycling Association met with the Polish Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal (IChPW) on December 6. Deputy Director JarosławZuwała, who is responsible for the research and development of the agency, hosted the Taiwanese delegation and exchanged views on carbon capture and reuse, clean coal technology, and climate change.

Poland, based on a coal economy, spares no effort in the research and development of clean coal technology. At the same time, it also focuses on carbon capture and reuse. The Polish Institute for the Chemical Processing of Coal has become a respected institution, especially when it comes to research. In addition to signing long-term cooperation memorandums with respected Taiwanese universities like National Taiwan University and National Tsinghua University, the institute also established a clean coal technology center in Zabrze to strengthen research capacity. Ambassador Chien mentioned that in addition to promoting Taiwan’s efforts and achievements in responding to climate change, the meeting also strengthened the bilateral cooperation between the two parties. Furthermore, the two sides hope to enhance the capabilities of the Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy. The Taiwan Carbon Recycling Association and the Polish Institute for the Chemical Processing of Coal will continue to collaborate on carbon capture and reuse technologies to promote global sustainable development in response to challenges brought by climate change.
 

       
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