Deal to generate 51 GWh of electricity a year as companies seek alternative energy
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has proposed that an additional 2,428 megawatts of solar power capacity be added to the national power plan to avoid legal issues with investors.
Vietnam plans to cut its Most Favoured Nation (MFN) tariff on gasoline to 12% from 20% to help ease inflationary pressure, the government said on Thursday.
The proposed facility would be one of the country’s first large-scale offshore wind projects.
The sentencing of Ngụy Thị Khanh, her country’s most high-profile environmental voice, to two years in prison for tax evasion raises questions about Vietnam’s commitment to ditching coal.
For over a decade people in two Ninh Thuan Province villages have been waiting for a final decision by the government on two proposed nuclear power plants.
Vietnam’s National Assembly Economic Committee has proposed that the Government should remain committed to plans for two NPPs in the central province of Ninh Thuan instead of scrapping the project for the sake of its future development potential.
Solar and wind farms forced to limit operations due to infrastructure limitations following the renewables boom.
Vietnam wants to nearly double its total installed power generation capacity to 146,000 megawatts by 2030, and prioritise the development of renewable sources and reducing its coal dependency, its government said on Tuesday (Apr 26).
The latest draft of the National Power Development Plan for the 2021-2030 period, with a vision to 2045 (PDP VIII), has made drastic reductions of CO2 emissions with no new coal-fired power plants to be built in the planning period,…
Vietnam should restart its nuclear energy program by 2030 to reach the goal of carbon emission neutrality that it has committed to achieve by 2050, said experts.
Le Vietnam figue parmi les pays qui ont produit plus de 10% de leur électricité à partir de l’énergie éolienne et solaire l’année dernière, selon un rapport publié récemment par l’organisation Ember.
Vietnam is seeking to import more coal from Australia to ease a shortage of the fossil fuel for electricity production, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said on Friday.
Vietnam’s leading refinery appears to have missed out on a golden opportunity, slashing output during a global oil rally because of a lack of coordination among the project’s stakeholders.
Executive Vice President of the European Commission (EC) Frans Timmermans has expressed his wish to step up cooperation with Vietnam in green energy development.
Vietnam’s Nghi Son Refinery and Petrochemical (NSRP) has said a lengthy shutdown will not be required for now after a major shareholder reached a short-term funding deal to keep the facility operational.
Vietnam’s Binh Son refinery on Wednesday said it was operating above capacity to address supply concerns, as top petroleum firms announced plans to boost imports amid fears of a shutdown of the country’s biggest refinery.
Renewable energy developer Trungnam Group has launched its first offshore wind power plant at a cost of nearly VND5 trillion ($219.3 million) in the Mekong Delta.
US energy giant recommits to $20 billion ‘Blue Whale’ gas project despite tacit threats from Beijing and shifting sentiment on fossil fuels
Vietnam is leading the pack in Southeast Asia for wind power installations with 3.98GW installed as of October, up from 103MW in 2020. The country now ranks among the global top ten markets for installed wind power capacity, even though…
In his speech at 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Vietnam’s Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh announced that the country would aim for a net-zero emission target by 2050. With this move, Vietnam…
The Scottish government is committed to expanding the Scotland-Vietnam relationship as the power-hungry Southeast Asian nation hopes to expand its nascent offshore wind sector.
The central province of Ninh Thuan wants the deadline for incentive feed-in tariffs for wind power to be extended by five months to enable the completion of more plants.
Vietnam is facing challenges in crude oil extraction due to depleting resources, offsetting potential gains amidst surging oil prices.
The coal industry needs to expand its production by focusing its investment in new mines and upgrading existing ones to meet the economy’s demand for coal,’ says Vietnam’s Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh
Coal already accounts for about a third of the country’s operational energy mix and its capacity is set to increase by 2030 under a new draft development plan. Most of Vietnam’s operational coal capacity has been funded by firms from…