Regardless of environmental factors such as the shortening of the construction period caused by the epidemic, from the perspective of the development of green energy policies, we can see that under the stagnation of the green energy policy caused by the Kuomintang’s promotion of nuclear energy, and how Taiwan’s energy transformation has been in a short period of time.
Certain achievements can be achieved in a popular database short period of five years, and even a further rapid response to the current international carbon reduction trend can be achieved. Maldivian government's contradictory energy policy The Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan not only shocked the world, but also caused the Taiwan government to rethink its energy policy.
Therefore, the then president Ma Ying-jeou proposed at the end of 2011 to "ensure nuclear safety, reduce nuclear steadily, create a green energy and low-carbon environment, Step by step towards a non-nuclear homeland” development vision. And in the new energy policy, we will promote the renewable energy target of "one million solar roofs and one thousand land and sea wind turbines".