Ministry of Economics Affairs

Ministry of Economics Affairs

The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) is in charge of economic development and administration.
It encompasses a wide range of areas, including fostering industry innovation, promoting renewable energy, boosting the business and service sectors, supporting startups and small and medium-sized enterprises, facilitating regional economic integration, strategizing international investment, regulating intellectual property rights, monitoring reservoir and river conservation, and managing people's essential needs such as oil, electricity, sugar, and water.
To promote the transition towards net zero in energy and industry, the MOEA has established the “Net Zero Task Force” which serves as a cross-functional integration platform to enforce policy planning and discuss relevant regulations and measures. Additionally, we have set up the “Net Zero Office” to consolidate our work related to net zero across the MOEA. Both initiatives demonstrate our commitment to the ultimate goal of achieving net zero by 2050.

To promote the transition towards net zero in energy and industry, the MOEA has established the “Net Zero Task Force” which serves as a cross-functional integration platform to enforce policy planning and discuss relevant regulations and measures. Additionally, we have set up the “Net Zero Office” to consolidate our work related to net zero across the MOEA. Both initiatives demonstrate our commitment to the ultimate goal of achieving net zero by 2050.

Economy Next

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Smart Governance

The MOEA takes “Economy Next" as the connecting theme of this exhibition; tackling climate change by transitioning towards a cleaner, zero-carbon future. The MOEA’s theme pavilion presents three transformation-oriented visions of energy, industry and society.
The “Cleaner Energy for a Sustainable Future” zone will glance into a sustainable energy dominated future by exploring the latest progress in low or zero-carbon thermal power, carbon-negative technologies, and advanced power systems and energy storage.
The “Greener Industry as a Solution Provider” zone highlights the commitment of businesses with ESG as their core value to reducing carbon emissions, and their efforts to create a net zero solution.
The “Circular Society in Daily Practices” zone demonstrates a new trend of green consumption and energy-efficient approaches. The practice is driving the emergence of more zero-carbon products and encouraging changes in business service behaviors towards sustainability.
The MOEA is the main body responsible for the drive towards net zero. We work alongside local industry to map a new sustainable economic model for Taiwan.

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