Bureau of Energy

The Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs (BOE; Chinese: 經濟部能源局; pinyin: Jīngjì Bù Néngyuán Jú) is the administrative agency of the Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Taiwan (Republic of China) responsible for energy-related affairs.

Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs
經濟部能源局
ROC Bureau of Energy Emblem.svg
Agency overview
FormedJuly 1968 (as Energy Development Group)
1 July 2004 (as BOE)[1]
Preceding agencies
  • Energy Development Group
  • Energy Policy Deliberation Group
  • Energy Commission
JurisdictionRepublic of China
HeadquartersZhongshan, Taipei, Taiwan
25°02′52.5″N 121°32′37.3″E / 25.047917°N 121.543694°E / 25.047917; 121.543694Coordinates: 25°02′52.5″N 121°32′37.3″E / 25.047917°N 121.543694°E / 25.047917; 121.543694
Agency executive
  • Yu Cheng-wei, Director-General
Parent agencyMinistry of Economic Affairs
Websitewww.moeaboe.gov.tw
Bureau of Energy
Traditional Chinese經濟部能源局
Simplified Chinese经济部能源局

HistoryEdit

The BOE was originally established as Energy Development Group in July 1968 under the International Economic Cooperation and Development Council of the Executive Yuan. In January 1970, the group was renamed the Energy Policy Deliberation Group and became a subordinate of the Ministry of Economic Affairs. On 1 November 1979, the Energy Commission was established under the ministry. On 1 July 2004, the Bureau of Energy was established.[2]

Organizational structureEdit

  • Planning Division
  • Petroleum and Gas Division
  • Electricity Division
  • Energy Technology Division
  • Secretariat
  • Personnel Office
  • Accounting Office
  • Civil Service Ethics Office
  • Legal Affairs Office

Director-generalsEdit

  • Wang Yunn-ming
  • Yu Cheng-wei (incumbent)

TransportationEdit

The bureau is accessible within walking distance south of Nanjing Fuxing Station of Taipei Metro.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs, R.O.C. - History". moeaboe.gov.tw.
  2. ^ "Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs, R.O.C. - History". moeaboe.gov.tw.