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Supply not being to keep up with the ever-increasing energy needs of Taiwan was made all too clear this summer as the island faced a blackout. Facing a dearth of energy sources within its own boundaries, Taipei will need to introduce major changes in how it secures and distributes power.
Join us for a discussion on the political and social, as well as economic ramifications of the options Taipei has to meet its expansive energy needs, and how its decisions may impact Taiwan’s foreign policy.
Woodrow Wilson Center
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, 5th Floor
Washington DC 20004