In recent developments, various parties from the domestic side have xpressed different opinions regarding renewable energy power purchasing icies in Taiwan. Reaching a consensus on Taiwan’s renewable energy power purchasing policies is a necessary step towards establishing the Renewable Energy Act; therefore, a primary task at the present is to create an effective mechanism and platform to consolidate views and opinions.
The purpose of this study is to construct a “Renewable Energy Power Purchasing Policy Think Tank”, defined in the broad sense, encompassing a renewable energy knowledge databank, a toolbox for policy analysis, and a community of scholars and experts specializing in renewable energy policies and technologies. The “Renewable Energy Power Purchasing Policy Think Tank” is an “organic decision-making support system” characterized by precision, accuracy and rapid response. Furthermore, the “Think Tank” acts as a platform where technical, financial, legal, and renewable energy policy experts congregate to form a “Renewable Energy Power Purchasing Policy Expert Symposium”. The “Renewable Energy Power Purchasing Policy Think Tank”, essentially an “organic decision-making support system” and a “platform” for Power Purchasing experts to congregate and synergize, operates under three primary tasks: conducting research on Taiwanese Power Purchasing policies, assisting the execution of mandates under the Renewable Energy Act, and promoting the Power Purchasing policies to the general public; all of which will achieve the objective to utilize renewable energies, diversify energy resources, improve the environment, stimulate relevant industries, and move nationally towards a sustainable future.