The development process for ground-mounted utility scale solar projects in Vietnam is laborious, time-consuming, expensive and still largely difficult to navigate for foreign developers without entering a strategic partnership, in whatever form, with a local Vietnamese counterpart.
Ho Chi Minh City-based construction company Trungnam Group said its army of laborers took just 45 days to perform site clearance for a project which took shape within 102 days.
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Pham Nhat Vuong’s VinFast is building e-scooters at a $3.5 billion factory in Haiphong.
Vietnam Electricity (EVN) will face increasing financial difficulties in the coming years as its payment obligations to independent power projects keep rising.
Vietnam’s energy consumption will continue to grow as the economy recovers from the pandemic-induced downturn. Tight deadlines will make it difficult for investors to benefit from revised feed-in-tariffs, but new investment mechanisms are being considered. Other challenges regarding infrastructure and…
Vietnam’s Communist Party leadership has instituted a top-down reform of the country’s electricity sector in response to the need to shift away from coal and its growing list of associated problems.
Vietnam is showing promising early signs of emerging as a major solar produce
Electricity consumption capacity in Vietnam recorded an all-time high of 38,800 MW on Tuesday, according to Vietnam Electricity Corporation (EVN).
Vietnam could become a future global leader in offshore wind energy generation, after recent analysis showed the country has vast potential along its 3,000 kilometre coastline.
The Danish Energy Agency is supporting the Vietnamese authorities on efforts to help kick-start the sector
Vietnam may scale back a plan to boost coal’s role in its power generation as financial restrictions and local environmental concerns make it more difficult to build plants.
The World Bank has released a new report with recommendations on how Vietnam can accelerate solar energy production and usage.
Vietnam will generate more electricity from coal and oil this year to compensate for an expected drop in output from hydropower plants because of a lack of rain, the government said on Friday.