Taiwan-Oregon Energy Cooperation
Considering the mutual benefit and importance of providing for a long term and stable source of energy, protecting the global environment and sustaining the economic, social and ecological future of our societies, the State of Oregon and Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan, signed a framework MOU to guide bilateral technical cooperation.
- Energy planning and management
- Energy efficiency and energy conservation
- Renewable energy
- Technology for cleaner energy
- Enhancement of energy-related commerce
- Exchange of information
- Exchange of administration experience
- Conduct of joint research projects
- Exchange of scientific and technical personnel for research experiments
- Organization of seminars
Energy Cooperation MOU with Oregon
The United States and Taiwan government and business leaders have worked closely to promote greater bilateral cooperation between the public and private sector in scientific research, nuclear energy, and renewable energy technologies.
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