SDG7
Affordable and Clean Energy

Increase substantially the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix, improve energy efficiency, enhance international cooperation to facilitate access to clean energy technology, and ensure universal access to sustainable energy services.

NYCU Develops Metasurface Lens with Cross-country Team

Ultraviolet light can be applied to disinfection, producing green energy, quantum computation and photolithography of the semi-conductor plants. However, it is not easy to produce and control the UV light effectively. The assistant professor of NYCU institution of electronics, Zeng Ming Lun, has collaborated with Rice University and Academia Sinica.

SDGs:
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9
17

Tiny House Movement

The tiny-house movement (also known as the small house movement) is an architectural and social movement that advocates for downsizing living spaces, simplifying, and essentially “living with less.” Professor Sheng-Kai, Tseng from NYCU Institute of Architecture and Professor Yi-Bing Lin’s research team attempts to harness the concept of renewable energy

SDGs:
3
7
11

A New Milestone in Sustainable Energy Achieved! The New 2D/3D Perovskite Solar Cells are Ready for Commercialization!

National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University’s interdisciplinary research with King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, has brought the next-generation solar cells forward into commercialization. With the new type of perovskite solar cell, Professor Chien-Lung Wang’s team from the Department of Applied Chemistry and Professor Stefaan De

SDGs:
7
9
13
17

Professor Kung-Hwa Wei’s Research Team from NYCU has Achieved a Breakthrough in Translucent Solar Cell Efficiency, Enhancing the Benefits of Smart Greenhouses

Renewable energy technology development has become a crucial field of research. In particular, organic solar cells feature flexible components, are manufactured in large areas through printing, employ low-carbon production technology, and are low in material costs. With their photoelectric energy conversion efficiency reaching 18% in recent years, these cells have

SDGs:
7
9

Connecting Industrial Resources with Green Corporations

Multiple corporations cultivated by the National Yang Ming University Center for Industry–Academia Collaboration have endeavored to develop a sustainable and environmentally friendly green energy technology. The center has collaborated with the technology research and development division of the University to accelerate the commercialization of the products developed by these corporations.

SDGs:
7
9
11

Solar Energy as A Sustainable Power

National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) actively supports energy harvesting and renewable power generation, and in accordance with the Executive Yuan’s Two-Year Solar Energy Program, it allowed rooftop energy service companies (ESCOs) to install solar panels on campus buildings to increase on-campus green energy generation. As of the end

SDGs:
7
13