Featured Michael Page: Women In Tech – Our Status in STEM

As discussion around diversity and inclusion become increasingly prominent this year, the status of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is of particular interest. Although more women than ever are breaking into these historically male-dominated fields, there’s still a long road ahead. Michael Page spoke with 5 of our top female clients in […]

WIB Mentorship Programme 2018 – 2019 Results and Findings

The BCCT launched its first Women in Business Mentorship Programme together with programme supporters Aberdeen Standard Investments and Robert Walters, in December 2018. BCCT members and Women in Business committee members created the programme as a means of addressing gender imbalance in the workplace and to support female talent development. Twenty-nine women joined the six-month […]

Taiwan Considers Making Local Vessels Mandatory For Some Offshore Wind Farm Construction

Two Taiwan government agencies are considering making the use of Republic of China (“ROC”) flag vessels mandatory for certain offshore wind farm construction activities. The Bureau of Energy (“BOE”) in Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs is expected to convene a meeting of developers, contractors and vessel operators later this month to solicit information on the […]

Developments on Taiwan’s Wind-energy FIT

Taiwan’s Bureau of Energy has reconsidered its preliminary decision to cut the 2018 offshore wind feed-in tariff by almost 13%, deciding instead to drop it only by 5.71%, to TWD 5.5160 per kWh. The Bureau has also restored the two-tier tariff option, and has increased the number of hours per year for which the feed-in […]