THE EARTH HAS POWER. 
LET'S SWITCH IT ON.

We dream of a planet in balance with resilient societies that run on renewable energy.

WHO WE ARE

Baseload Power Taiwan develops geothermal power plants in Taiwan. We are a subsidiary of Baseload Capital, a specialized investment entity that funds the deployment of heat power worldwide, including in Iceland, Japan, and the U.S.

We work closely with local communities and partners to identify hot water sources, lease or purchase the sites, obtain permits, then build and commission geothermal power plants. With our technology partner and its innovative modules, we can deploy low-temperature, distributed geothermal heat power plants at a fast pace.

Geothermal power is a baseload electricity and an affordable form of renewable energy. Given Taiwan’s location on the Ring of Fire, we could access roughly 1 GW in untapped shallow geothermal resources. We aim to accelerate the government’s goal to install 200MW of geothermal power by 2025, and set the country on the path that will enables us to quickly transition away from fossil fuels and toward energy independence.

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QUOTE FROM GATESNOTES 

There is a phenomenal amount of energy stored up as heat under the Earth’s surface – many times more than we could get from all the known coal and oil reserves in the world. Tapping this source involves pumping stream or hot water from underground to drive turbines.

BILL GATES

Founder Breakthrough Energy Ventures

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