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More than 90 percent of Taiwan’s energy must be imported. Most energy is derived from thermal plants, although nuclear power is also significant. The only domestic source of energy is hydroelectricity. Among the major hydroelectric facilities are those tapping the Choshui, Shimen, and Tahan rivers.



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