Successful trade mission to Taiwan on 18-20 October 2023 !


With the financial support of TAITRA, Hungarian and Serbian SMEs could attend the  2023 ENERGY TAIWAN exhibition and multilateral meetings in Taiwan. The take-aways of Hungarian participants are highlighted hereinafter.


Date: 18th october 2023

Energy exhibition - B2B meetings

Venue: Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1, No.1, Jingmao 2nd Rd., Nangang Dist., Taipei City 115, Taiwan

participant from Hungary: Archenerg Cluster and Energotest Ltd. 

We participated  in the B2B meeting by Taitra in the Exhibition hall and had valuable discussions with the following Taiwanese  companies from the energy and greentech sector.

YOU CHUN International Energy Technology Co., Ltd.
We presented the Greenerg Pro project to our business partners. Numerous Taiwanese enterprises expressed their interest in exploring business opportunities within the European market. each boasting highly valued innovative technologies and new added value technology solutions in the energy and green technology field.


We were assisting them in establishing strategic collaborations with Hungarian companies, and linked them with our member companies.

Date: 19th october 2023

Taiwan energy exhibition

Venue: Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1, No.1, Jingmao 2nd Rd., Nangang Dist., Taipei City 115, Taiwan


On 19th of October we visited the exhibition to meet with new potential business partners. The exhibition showcased various sections, each representing a crucial facet of the renewable energy sector. From photovoltaics (PV) to wind energy, smart storage, net-zero initiatives, and emerging power technologies.

The event witnessed active participation from a diverse array of stakeholders, underscoring its significance in the global energy conversation. Manufacturers, developers, investors, green power and renewable energy certificate providers, the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI), Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) companies, and energy consultants were among the key contributors. This exhibition created an excellent opportunity for sharing knowledge, getting new technologies, solutions, and creating cooperations with other companies.



Date: Friday, October 20th, 2023

Minutes from the Taiwan-Hungary Green Energy Networking Meeting

Venue: Roof Floor, No. 128, Xinhu 2nd Rd., Neihu Dist., Taipei


Mr. Augus LEE, Chairman, Taiwan Green Energy Association

Mr. Tito TANG, Director of European Department, CIECA

Mr. KÁDÁR Gergely, Representative, Hungarian Trade Office

Mr. György SZÜGYI, Energotest Ltd, Vice President of ArchEnerg Cluster,

President of National Association of Innovative Clusters

Ms.Agnes Gonda  ArchEnerg Cluster

Mr. Szabó Balázs Investment & Trade Director of Hungarian Government, Hungarian Trade Office, Taipei

Mr. Balazs Vizi Tradeland Ltd.


1. Digi-Triumph Technology

Field: energy storage

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Field: smart rail, smart transportation, smart grid

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3. Taiwan Maxwave

Field: electronic chemicals, developed material, etc.

(Its customer base covers the upstream, midstream, and downstream electronics and chemical industries including semiconductors, touch

panels, light-emitting diodes, solar energy, ultraviolet coatings, water treatment agents, lithium batteries, ceramic materials, electromagnetic

shielding, X-ray non-destructive testing and other industries.) More info:

4. Swisys Co. Ltd.

Field: e-mobility

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5. Taipei Computer Association

Field: smart city

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This meeting provided an excellent platform for exploring potential collaborations with other companies and organizations akin to the Archenerg Cluster. We had the opportunity to meet with several companies from the Taiwan Green Energy Association and from the Chinese International Economic Cooperation Association (CIECA). In the beginning of the meeting, participants introduced their respective companies, and we seized the opportunity to showcase the Greenerg Pro project. 



Following the presentations, we initiated an open discussion on future collaborative possibilities. It was unanimously agreed that there is significant potential for synergy between Hungarian and Taiwanese companies, and we committed to supporting and fostering their collaborations.

In the final segment of the meeting, informal discussions ensued among the participants, providing an opportunity for further networking and relationship-building.