When President Tsai Ing-wen came to power in 2016, the DPP government reaffirmed the goal of "2025 non-nuclear homeland". The so-called 2025 non-nuclear homeland goal is to gradually phase out and decommission three nuclear power plants, which account for about 12% of the total power generation and have been in operation for nearly 40 years.
When the last nuclear plant No. 2 expires in popular database 2025, Taiwan will officially enter the era of non-nuclear homeland. While moving towards a non-nuclear homeland, it is also expected to match the international trend of coal reduction. Therefore, in 2016, a new energy policy was also proposed to promote energy transformation,
reduce coal burning and increase renewable energy, revealing that renewable energy can reach 2025. target of 20%. And after the 2017 energy development program was approved, the "Energy Transition White Paper" was drafted by expanding public and private sector public participation, so that the energy transition process could have the participation and supervision of the society.