All resources around us count. How efficiently we make use of them impacts our world today, and tomorrow.

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Macau Refuse

Efficient electricity generation reaches Macau: ECOVE works closely with the local government to recover resources for energy.

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Miaoli Energy-

Achieving Efficiency and protecting ecosystems in Miaoli.

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Tainan Science Park Resource Recycling Center

ECOVE provides a comprehensive industrial waste solution for the clients to achieve the goals of both industrial economy and sustainable development of the environment.

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Lumberton Photovoltaic
Power Plant

ECOVE’s photovoltaic power plant generates electricity for the eastern coast of the United States, expanding the global supply of renewable energy.

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ECOVE Environment Corporation is a resource management services provider that assists public and private entities in Taiwan, Macau, Mainland China, Southeast Asia, India and the USA.


We help in the financing, planning, construction, operations and maintenance of EfW plants.

Photovoltaic Power

We help in the financing, planning, construction, operations and maintenance of Photovoltaic Power plants.


We oversee the development, operations and maintenance of resource reclamation and treatment plants.

Latest News / Awards


ECOVE Invests in Building Taoyuan’s Largest Public Photovoltaic Facilities at Cingpu Depot, Supplying for 1,040 Households Yearly

On Nov. 20, Taiwan’s largest environmental resource management company, ECOVE, announced that it has secured a photovoltaic project at Taoyuan Metro Cingpu Depot after completed the Luzhu Photovoltaic Plant. The Cingpu Photovoltaic Plant is scheduled to completed by June of 2020, and will be Taoyuan’s largest public photovoltaic facilities, generating 3,780MWh green power which could supply for 1,040 households yearly and cutting down 2,000 metric tons of carbon emission annually, equivalent to the amount of carbon dioxide absorbed by 7.6 Taipei Da'an Forest Parks.

ECOVE possesses extensive experience of investment, development, construction, and operation of solar power plants in Taiwan as well as US market. So far, the Company has completed projects which generate a total of 130 million kWh power and cuts down 73,000 metric tons of carbon emission. The total installed capacity ranks first place in the industry in Taiwan, which could help ease the power strain during peak hours and make a contribution to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

In response to the government’s renewable energy target of achieving 20% renewable electricity generation by 2025, ECOVE actively utilize idle space to build photovoltaic facilities. By cooperating with Taoyuan Metro, ECOVE’s Luzhu Photovoltaic Plant has worked well since June of 2019, and the Cingpu Photovoltaic Plant will go into operation on June of 2020. By the time, the above two plants will account for 5,820MWh power and cuts down 3,079 metric tons of carbon emission annually; thus, Taoyuan Metro will be the nation’s biggest MRT system with the maximum amount of solar power generation, according to an official statement from ECOVE at the commencement ceremony of the Cingpu Photovoltaic Plant on Nov. 20.

In addition to Luzhu and Chingpu photovoltaic projects, ECOVE has long been engaged in cooperation with Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corporation, Taiwan High Speed Rail Company, Hualien County Gov't, Civil Aviation Administration, and Taiwan Port Corp. to develop investment in photovoltaic power system. With the abundant experience, ECOVE will continue to support renewable energy projects with actions to reach the goal of sustainable energy development.

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Latest CSR Activity


ECOVE Evaluated as Top 5% in the” Corporate Governance Evaluation System” for Five Successive Years

Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation (TWSE) and Taipei Exchange (TPEx) announced the 2018Corporate Governance Evaluation Results. ECOVE were evaluated as top 5% of the 1,554 TWSE listed companies and the TPEx listed companies.

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Feature Publication


Creating a Circular Taiwan

Even though Taiwan has gained a global reputation for excellent recycling, attaining the position as the world's second-best recycler,[i] a staggering seven million tons of waste fail to be reintroduced into the supply chain every year. In order to better utilize global resources, Taiwan, along with other environmental leaders, has included principles of the circular economy in its national development model.