There is great potential for the energy service companies market in Việt Nam, a workshop heard in HCM City yesterday.
From 2018 to the end of June 2019, solar power capacity has increased more than 51 times from 86MW to more than 4,400 MW.
Though the Government plans to increase its renewable energy capacity, Việt Nam’s power industry is forecast to see a rise in coal-powered generation as the cheap and reliable source remains the most feasible option to meet the country’s rapidly rising power demands.
Mueller Industries, Inc., the world leader in flow control and industrial products for over 100 years, has set its eyes on Viet Nam and the sub-Mekong region.
HVACR Vietnam, the most established international industrial exhibition in the country, will host its latest edition in Hanoi from April 18-20, after 11 earlier editions in Ho Chi Minh City.
The Vietnam Energy Association (VEA) and South Korea’s association of energy storage industry development (KEIDA) on Tuesday jointly organised an international conference on new technologies in power and renewable energy.
State-owned oil giant PetroVietnam has announced its divestment plan in the next five years, following which it will sell larger stakes in a number of its subsidiaries during the period of 2016-20.