Industry Sector

After the adoption and entry into force of the Kyoto Protocol, Taiwan convened two National Energy Conferences in 1998 and 2005 to draft voluntary reduction targets and improvement standards, and provide industries with energy conservation information, services and reduction technology assistance, proactively promoting domestic GHG reduction.

Basic Strategy of Industrial Voluntary Reduction Actions

Blueprint of GHG Plan of MOEA IDB

Industrial Voluntary Agreements

For many years, Taiwan’s actions have fully adhered to regulations in the Montreal Protocol. Taiwan is keeping in step with developed countries in controlling and sharply reducing the production and consumption of ozone depleting substances (ODS).


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Greenhouse Gas Registration

The EPA has established the “National GHG Registry Platform” ( to integrate the industries’ emissions, manage Taiwan's greenhouse gas emissions, and allow industries to report emission inventories. By end of October, 2010, a total of 312 enterprises have voluntarily reported their inventories, including 186.22 million tones of CO2 emission, which consists 81.26% of total fuel emission from the energy and industrial sectors of 204.81 million tones of CO2 emission. In the future, through the use of this platform the industries can understand the status of Taiwan's greenhouse gas emissions as well as reduction results.