Education in Remote Areas and for Disadvantaged Groups
Indigenous Sustainable Education Plan
TECO Award, community greening, cooperative education and energy conservation seminars. From young scientists to senior scientific researchers, from production site neighbors to community students and the elderly, the purpose is to promote the education of energy conservation and emission reduction and to increase relevant awareness, thereby seeking solutions with innovative technologies and continuing the development of such solutions into business models.
Establish social equality and promote the TECO brand image. TECO considers the participation of social welfare activities as part of business policy. Each employee is offered a social welfare holiday of three days annually, and all TECO employees are encouraged to become corporate volunteers in order to participate in social welfare together.
The goal of the social welfare policy of TECO is to promote social improvement and harmonic inclusion. As a multinational corporation, harmony and inclusion have always been demonstrated in the corporate culture of TECO. Through Exclamation Mark - Indigenous Sustainable Education Program, Taiwan’s unique cultural heritage is protected properly, which also promotes the inclusion and sustainability of the society.
Company’s emission reduction goal: Emission reduction by 20% in ten years, and the achievement rate in 2020 was 114.6 %
High-efficiency motors help the global customers save electricity by 520 million kWh per year
Energy-saving home appliances with the energy-saving of 33.5 million kWh of electricity per year
In 2020, TECO invested a total 1,055 volunteer hour with the average cost of NTD 186 per hour. The volunteer activities improve employee teamwork spirit.
Social media and Facebook posts with an accumulated number of accessing people reached 222,821 viewers with 108 articles.
Youtube videos with an accumulated number of accessing people reached 27,529 viewers.
TECO 27th Award (2020) with a total of eight winners. Over the past 27 years since the establishment, elites have been discovered continuously and 155 outstanding people in the fields of science and humanities have received the award.
Professor Chia-Wei Li, this-year’s award recipient in the humanities category has made outstanding contributions in the field of species conservation. The species conservation center that he founded is known as the Taiwanese version of the Noah’s Ark because it houses a collection of 34,000 live plants, the largest of its kind in the world
Remote area scientific innovation teaching cultivation project: In 2020, the project reached more than 209 schools in 11 counties and cities, and 11,087 students and 1,000 teachers benefited from the project.
Remote area Art Appreciation Classes: Three classes are delivered to remote schools in 2020. A total 50 classes through 16 years has been joined by 39,034 teachers and students.
In 2020, 1,760 individuals participated in the cultural transmission program, more than 204 teachers participated in the cultural transmission program, and the number of hours of cultural transmission program reached 7,846 hours including a total of 307 folk songs and 42 dance numbers, and a total amount of NT$ 8,652,210 was raised.
265 performances are devlivered in 2020 with 30,000 audience in Taiwan.
Year 2020, type of philanthropic activities analysis by category were as following table:
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