Renewable energy projects are facing challenges in licensing, financing options, and agreements with local project owners, experts said at a seminar held in HCM City on August 23.
The Trà Vinh Province People’s Committee has given the go-ahead to three investors to build the Hiệp Thạnh Wind Power Plant with a total investment of VNĐ3.37 trillion (US$146 million).
Việt Nam will likely face a power shortage in the period 2020-30 if electricity generation is not increased and there is not enough fuel (coal and gas) for generation, warned an energy forum held in Hà Nội yesterday.
Việt Nam needs an enormous amount of energy to feed its development, but relying on coal and hydropower is not the answer, and with new measures still at an early stage. experts are concerned about the future.
The southernmost province of Cà Mau is expected to build a solar power plant in order to boost its renewable energy sources.
The ground breaking ceremony for the country’s biggest ever solar energy project was held on Saturday in the coastal province of Ninh Thuận.
With hydropower and fossil fuel potential nearing exhaustion, the development of wind and solar energy is becoming a necessity. The coastal province of Ninh Thuận is aspiring to become the country’s centre of renewable energy and realise its ambitions via robust development policies.
Việt Nam needs to focus on developing the wind power industry and implementing transparent policies on granting investment licences to wind power projects.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc speaks to Reuters News Agency about how Việt Nam benefits from and contributes to international exchange at multilateral forums on the occasion of the G7 outreach meeting in Quebec City, Canada.
Việt Nam can meet its future energy demand while still complying with the Paris Agreement if 30 GW of coal power, equivalent to 25 coal-fired power plants , is replaced by renewable energy.