Việt Nam needed to develop policies to encourage investments in waste-to-energy, also called bioenergy, which would signicantly contribute to protecting the environment, experts have said.
Việt Nam will reduce the total capacity of coal-fired thermal power plants from 2020 until 2030, according to the National Steering Committee for Electricity Development.
Participants at a recent conference in Hà Nội called for smarter energy choices, given the impacts of coal power generation on air quality and air pollution’s influence on human health.
The plant covers a site of more than 2,700ha in the coastal commune of Hiệp Thanh in Duyên Hải Town and has a design capacity of 78MW from 18 turbines.
The Việt Nam Business Forum (VBF) on Thursday launched the second edition of the Made in Việt Nam Energy Plan (MVEP 2.0) which recommends a diversified energy system prioritising domestic energy resources.
Local electricity officials, related firms and international experts discussed a suitable legal framework to develop a smart grid and electricity system in Việt Nam in Hà Nội on November 21.
National Assembly (NA) deputies on Thursday continued questioning Minister of Industry and Trade Trần Tuấn Anh and Minister of Home Affairs Lê Vĩnh Tân on issues under their management.