The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), Vietnam Electricity (EVN), and experts share the view that power supply will be guaranteed this year, but the challenge is that demand is forecast to surge amid the post-pandemic economic recovery.
The potential of renewable energy sources, especially wind and solar power, is one of the keys to Việt Nam's energy transformation towards carbon neutrality, but the unresponsive transmission network is wasting the capacity of billions of kWh of electricity.
Representatives of the two sides presented key issues in bilateral energy cooperation including clean electricity production, electricity market development, energy saving and efficiency, transmission and energy storage.
Most of the delisting cases on HoSE and HNX were due to losses fore three consecutive years, the auditor's refusal to give an opinion, or the financial statements of three consecutive years with qualified options.
The risk of a coal shortage and high input material prices have affected thermal power businesses, while hydropower enterprises are expected to benefit from the higher power selling prices compared to last year.
Director of Central Power Project Management (CPMB) Nguyễn Đức Tuyển speaks to Vietnam News Agency about the progress on the 500kV Vân Phong-Vĩnh Tân transmission line project - a key urgent project for Việt Nam this year.
As the State Bank of Vietnam is gathering comments on a draft amending Circular 12 on eligibility requirements for unguaranteed firms to take out foreign loans, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry has suggested several modifications to the document.
Energy shortages are a growing concern in northern Việt Nam, especially during the summer months when power consumption spikes. The issue has been exacerbated by rising prices of input materials for power plants due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Trần Chí Thành, President of the Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute under the Ministry of Science and Technology, spoke to Việt Nam News about the proposal of developing nuclear power over the coming decades to ensure national energy security and meet the ‘net zero emission’ goal.
Currently, most of the hydropower plants of the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) are equipped with advanced technology. However, in the context of digital transformation, EVN is continuing to build infrastructure, not only for hydroelectric power plants, but also for other systems such as transmission, metering, and dispatching.
The National Assembly Economic Committee has proposed Government remains committed to plans for two nuclear power plants in the central province Ninh Thuận instead of scrapping the project altogether, for the sake of future development potential.