CO2 emissions

Nuclear power might be the answer to clean energy demand

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.


Vietjet, Boeing to fulfill order for 200 aircraft

Vietjet’s order of 200 aircraft from Boeing is a significant deal contributing to the bilateral trade balance of the two countries. The order has been formed through three US Presidencies with important developments following growing diplomatic and economic relations between the two countries in recent years.


Việt Nam gets ready for green growth

Rui Ludovino, First Counselor in charge of climate action, environment, employment and social policy at the Delegation of the European Union (EU) spoke to Thế giới & Việt Nam (The World and Việt Nam) online newspaper about Việt Nam’s readiness and enthusiasm for green growth as the country strives towards the goal of achieving strong commitments at the recent UN Climate Change Conference (COP26).


National power development plan VIII targets drastic CO2 emissions reduction

The latest draft National Power Development Plan for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2045 (PDP VIII) has made drastic reduction of CO2 emissions with no new coal-fired power plants to be built in the planning period, and with the switch from coal and natural gas to biomass, ammonia, and hydrogen, according to Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Đặng Hoàng An.