In Bioenergy Insights’ ‘The 4th UK-Taiwan Energy Dialogue expanding bilateral cooperation for a net zero future‘, our work for UK’s Department for International Trade on port infrastructure in Taiwan is referenced.
The report includes this paragraph
“During the Dialogue, the UK’s Department for International Trade and BVG Associates described the crucial role port infrastructure has played in developing the UK’s offshore wind sector. UK ports are continually evolving to support supply chain needs and achieve the UK’s ambitious renewables generation targets. Participants reached an agreement on a joint project to support the long-term development of Taiwan’s port infrastructure.”
Our work on this project was led by Jack Paterson
You can read the article in full here: ‘ The 4th UK-Taiwan Energy Dialogue expanding bilateral cooperation for a net zero future‘