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March, 27 2014 10:09:02

Saving power

Saving Electricity to Promote Earth Hour

Danish Ambassador John Nielsen rides a bicycle in downtown Ha Noi together with 300 youth union members from Electricity of Viet Nam to launch the Month of Saving Electricity to Promote Earth Hour. During Earth Hour, starting at 8.30pm on March 31, people and enterprises are encouraged to turn off unecessary lights and electricity equipment for an hour. In 2009, the first time Viet Nam joined Earth Hour, Ha Noi reportedlty saved 56.640kWh of electricity and last year that reached 219.000kWh. — VNS Photo Thai Ha


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