A Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) workshop between Taiwan, the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia was held in Kuala Lumpur to share best practices on energy transition to combat climate change. .
The one-day event was organized by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Malaysia in collaboration with the US Embassy, ​​the British High Commission and the Australian High Commission. It was the second workshop organized by the GCTF in the partner country of the New Southern Policy.

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Prominent participants included Phoebe Yeh, Director of TECO in Malaysia, and her counterparts Edgard Kagan of the US and Ailsa Terry of the UK, as well as Mohamad Razif bin Abdul Mubin, Deputy Secretary-General of the Ministry of Transition. Energy and Water Resources Transformation of Malaysia.

Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) noted that the workshop was attended by some 70 experts, officials and private sector representatives from the five nations, who addressed the crucial challenges of climate change, facilitated in-depth deliberations to explore solutions innovative and shared their respective experiences of sustainable development. The workshop also served as a platform to present Taiwan’s progress in offshore wind development and the outlook for future renewable energy trends and policy initiatives.

Launched in 2015 by Taiwan and the United States, the GCTF has become an important platform to facilitate debate on solutions to global problems. Japan and Australia later joined the initiative, and since 2021 affiliated events have been held outside the founding members.

Source: https://reporteasia.com/relaciones-diplomaticas/2024/05/08/taiwan-ee-uu-reino-unido-australia-realizaron-taller-gctf-transicion-energetica/

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