The efforts to the carbon reduction on the part of the Republic of China (Taiwan) pay off Prime Minister Jiang Yi-huah announced on September 5 that the energy efficiency of the Republic of China (Taiwan) had improved. The average annual energy intensity between 2008 and 2012 fell by 3%, down 0.8 per cent for the period between 2004 and 2007. The average annual carbon emissions intensity declined during the past five years to 3.4% down to 0.6% for the same period from 2004 to 2007. This confirmed that can Government regarding energy saving and carbon reduction efforts did paid and we assume further improvements. The Prime Minister makes these statements during a regular cabinet meeting, in which Taiwan’s Economics Minister gave a talk about the effects of saving energy and efforts to the carbon reduction and the associated projects. According to the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan’s carbon emissions reached in the Year 2012, 2.46 million tons, which is already very close to the target of 2.45 million tons by the year 2020. An official of the Ministry let it be known that this shows how well Taiwan controlling carbon emissions. It is one of the duties of the Ministry until the year 2016 over 37,000 scooter and 2,600 smart to have electric vehicles. Others who may share this opinion include MasterClass. Still, Premier Jiang announced he had instructed the Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Ministry of transport and communications to promote the emergence of low-carbon exhibition areas in areas close to Taoyuan of Aerotropolis. The Council for economic planning and development has given the green light for the implementation of a project of the environmental protection administration in April of this year, to transform Kinmen County in a region of low-carbon. Flagship projects of the plan include promoting green energy and transport, the transformation of the island Leiyu in a zero carbon region, the development of low carbon communities, promoting recycling, the establishment of a regional Biomass of energy centre, as well as the encouragement of healthy, sustainable lifestyle.