According to conclusions of the “National Energy Conference 2009”, nuclear power is a transient option for Taiwan move forward to a “low-carbon society”; however, there are several concerns about management of nuclear safety in Taiwan. To facilitate our people’s understanding of nuclear power and participation in making nuclear policy, this study, by referring to UK public deliberation model, carries out a literature review of related laws and regulations such as the Freedom of Government Information Law, Administrative Procedure Act, Basic Environment Act, and Four Energy Acts for conclusion and logic inference, through objective secondary data (including essays, documentation records, public data and local or foreign related regulations) and advisory from experts and scholars, to seek an optimal study of public deliberation promotion procedure that conforms with the national conditions and the will of the people. Besides, by discussing and combining opinions of stakeholders, this study is also intended to establish a policy discourse supporting reasonable use of nuclear power as a reference basis for government authorities to make and promote policies related to nuclear power. It is expected, in three years, to complete the examination of laws and regulations on public deliberation, expedition of the optimal study, establishment of nuclear-related issues and policy discourse, and experimental implementation of comprehensive public deliberation activities. Through communication of nuclear-related issues and fulfillment of public deliberation, we look forward to promoting nuclear policy making quality, enhancing public support, developing professional competencies, and upholding democratic and legal values as well as maximizing social education.