Analysis of Low Carbon Power Infrastructure of Taiwan

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The following article has been retracted due to the requirement of the authors of the paper.  As the Clients named Prof. Falin Chen, Dr. Kuo-Tung Tseng, Dr. You-Ren Wang, Mr. Li-Wen Hsu and Dr. Pu-Ti Su as co-authors of the academic writing have no authorization of any of them, which infringes their right of name and violates the submission rule. In addition, part of the content of the academic writing is the same as another academic writing, “Analysis of Low-carbon Power Infrastructure: A Case Study of Taiwan”, published on International Journal of Energy and Power, Vol.2, Issue 2, May 2013, which was double submitted by the clients without authorization of any other listed authors. Prof. Falin Chen, Dr. Kuo-Tung Tseng and the Client have reached the settlement of above dispute. In light of such settlement, the Clients would like to kindly request to withdraw the academic writing “Analysis of low carbon power infrastructure of Taiwan” from Journal of Low Carbon Economy. Thus this paper published in Journal of Low Carbon Economy Vol. 4, 2013, pp. 1-11 has been removed from this site.


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S. Lu, C. Lu, F. Chen, Y. Wang, K. Tseng, L. Hsu and P. Su, "Analysis of Low Carbon Power Infrastructure of Taiwan," Low Carbon Economy, Vol. 4 No. 1, 2013, pp. 1-11. doi: 10.4236/lce.2013.41001.

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