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Stakeholders and Material Topics

Stakeholder Identification

Taipower has spared no effort in building mechanisms for developing mutual trust and communication with its stakeholders. A survey was conducted to identify the main groups of stakeholders from the Company's 34 business units in accordance with the five principles outlined in "AA1000 Stakeholder Engagement Standards (2015)." Taipower's significant stakeholder groups have been compiled to ensure thorough coverage of all stakeholders who are relevant to different aspects of the Company’s operations. Reviews on a yearly basis are conducted and adjustments are made as necessary.

Stakeholder Identification
Identification of Key Critical Issues

In order to identify issues that relate to sustainable operations and our stakeholders, the Company uses the GRI Standards for materiality analysis to review and identify issues relevant to Taipower. For sustainability issues this year, Taipower referred to the material issues in the energy and power, solar power, wind power, and biomass fuel industries in accordance with the Materiality Map which has been newly released by the Sustainability Accounting Standard Board (SASB) and took all these issues into account. Of all the questionnaires, 90 were filled out by Taipower employees (including 30 from top management), and the remaining 88 were filled out by other stakeholders. A total of 178 questionnaires were collected.

Identification Process for Critical Issues
Identification Results of Material Issues
Identification Results of Material Issues