Taiwan’s Innovative Green Economy Roadmap (TIGER)

Exploring the latest developments in the areas of advanced energy technologies

Taiwan’s Innovative Green Economy Roadmap (TIGER) consortium consists of ten Taiwanese corporations devoted to exploring the latest developments in the areas of advanced energy technologies, including hydrogen, energy storage, advanced nuclear, and carbon capture.

These Taiwanese industrial leaders are exploring trade-offs for numerous alternative pathways for the future development of the nation’s industrial sector. Through bi-annual meetings and webinars throughout the year, the companies are informed about cutting-edge energy research at MIT.

Topics in the consortium’s first year were:

For the second year, the topics have been expanded to include issues related to carbon capture, low-carbon transportation, stable energy and electricity supply, transition risks, supply chains, and international carbon credits.

Principal investigators of the TIGER consortium are Robert Armstrong, former MITEI director and Chevron Professor of Chemical Engineering, emeritus, and Sergey Paltsev, deputy director of the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change and senior research scientist at MITEI.

The current TIGER Members are:

For additional information, contact Wendy Duan.

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