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Vietnam Energy Outlook Report 2024 launched

Viet Nam’s CO2 emissions should peak in 2030 and the green energy transition needs to happen urgently and at a faster pace than previously.The above finding was highlighted in the Viet Nam Energy Outlook Report-Pathways to Net Zero which was released on June 19. According ...

Hoang Ha

The rapid development of solar and wind power in Vietnam

Since 2017, many solar power and wind power projects have been implemented in Vietnam, marking the country as a bright spot on the world’s renewable energy map.With a high price for this type of energy (a feed-in tariff price of 2,086 VND/kWh for solar power, ...

Tam An

Renewables – key to green development in Mekong Delta

Renewable energy is seen as a sustainable choice for the Mekong Delta region to respond to environmental challenges, given that the country’s rice and fisheries granary has lost up to 300 million USD to prolonged drought and extreme salt intrusion.According to the annual Mekong Delta ...

National Power Development Master Plan for 2021 - 2030 period put into reality

Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha signed Decision 338/QD-TTg, dated April 24, approving a plan to implement the National Power Development Master Plan for the period of 2021 – 2030, with a vision to 2050 (Master Plan VIII).The plan aims to ensure effective implementation of ...

ASEAN Future Forum 2024 enters first session

The first session of the ASEAN Future Forum 2024 (AFF 2024) in Hanoi on April 23 focused on fast and sustainable growth for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Discussions focused on potential governance models and initiatives that allow member countries to overcome economic ...

Vietnamese government committed to development of green economy

Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha said that the Vietnamese Government is committed to the continued development of the green economy, including the field of renewable energy. Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha made the statement while attending the 4th Vietnam Development Bridge 2024 Forum ...

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First waste-to-energy plant debuted in Thừa Thiên Huế

The central province has put into operation the first advanced technology waste-to-energy plant in Hương Thủy Town as part of the sustainability plan to build a ‘green’ urban area in central Việt Nam.The Phú Sơn waste treatment plant, invested by EB environment energy company from ...

Installed solar power capacity exceeds plan: government inspectors

The capacity of solar power projects in Vietnam has exceeded a government-approved plan by 10-fold, inspectors have found.The Ministry of Industry and Trade has by itself approved 114 projects and asked the Prime Minister’s Office to greenlight another 54 projects to be added to the ...

Hoai Thu

Energy transition to help Vietnam realise net-zero emissions goal: insiders

Developing renewable energy resources is expected to help Vietnam reach its target of carbon neutrality by 2050, said insiders.Energy transition, replacing traditional fossil fuel sources to using cleaner and low-emission forms of energy and moving towards carbon neutrality is an important part of Vietnam’s future energy landscape.Experts said that about two-thirds ...

Vietnam shows strong political commitment to maximising green energy transition

Green transition in the energy sector is a key trend in the world and is one of Vietnam’s current top priorities. Vietnam is among countries with great potential to invest in new renewable energy sources such as solar, wind and ocean wave power, and biogas.Vietnam’s ...

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