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Nuclear power has been a significant part of the electricity supply for two decades and now provides one-quarter of base-load power and has been 16% overall.

Total power generated in 2015 was 258 TWh gross, nuclear providing 36.5 TWh, coal 115 TWh, oil 12 TWh, LNG 81 TWh, hydro (including pumped storage) 7.5 TWh, biofuels and waste 3.6 TWh, solar and wind 2.4 TWh.

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Nevertheless, in September 2016 the government confirmed that it would not extend the operating licences of Chinshan and Kuosheng units.

The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) target is 9.95 GWe by 2030.

In 2013 the capacity factor for offshore wind was 38%, for onshore wind 28% and for solar PV 14%.

Generating capacity in 2015 was 48.7 GWe, with 16.8 GWe coal, 16.1 GWe LNG, 5.1 GWe nuclear, 4.7 GWe hydro (including pumped storage), 0.65 GWe wind and 0.84 GWe solar.

There has been a concerted program to develop capacity under the Renewable Energy Development Act of 2009, and by the end of 2013, 3.76 GWe (peak) was installed.