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Taiwan Increases Renewable-Power Target After Law Spurs Demand

Taiwan increased its target for generating power from renewable sources after a new law spurred demand for emissions-free electricity.

The nation aims to have 16 percent of installed power capacity from renewable energy sources by 2025, compared with a previous target of 15.1 percent, Linda Chen, chief secretary of the Bureau of Energy, said at a forum in Taipei yesterday.