Energy, climate change and green growth have been the most impending national agenda for the last decade and this will continue into the future.
The National Agenda Research Division is established to provide solutions to these agenda by developing core competencies in the areas of renewable energy, carbon cycle and convergence of systems. These core competencies are believed to play a critical role not only to expedite the adaption to the new energy and environmental paradigm but also to create green industry. We welcome international as well as domestic collaborations with universities, research institutes and industries. The division consists of four research centers: Fuel Cell Research Center, Clean Energy Research Center, Sensor System Research Center and Photoelectronic Hybrid Research Center