Eh control as in sending it to North Korea? because that was the last plan enacted to get rid of the nuclear waste. And it was consididered an improvement from buring it in aboriginal communities. What is next, dumping it out to sea?
If the energy authorities in Taiwan -not naming names- had a forward looking plan, nuclear could get us out of the pickle. But the actual fact is that the existing nuclear plants are obsolete and well past their prime, and the standing one has been condemmed as a danger to life, and used more as a dump.
Trust me, there have been accidents, just that no one is allowed to talk about them. Safety is a big issue, not even short term gain is worth it. At this point, nuclear is not an option in Taiwan.
Like the military, these nuclear proyects that should be the lifeline of this island instead are manipulated for profit of a few corrupt, hence, no real benefit is derived. Why? Because there are vested interests in failure, as failure earns them more money.