The low feed-in tariff for wind power is causing a collective delay in wind power projects all across the country, as investors are waiting for prices to increase so their plants can become profitable.
Sunseap International—a unit of Sunseap Group, Singapore’s leading clean energy provider—expects to kick off the construction of a $150-million solar farm in mid-2018 to put it into commercial operation by June 2019.
“Sustainable Scenario for the Vietnamese power sector until 2050”, a report by WWF-Vietnam and Vietnam Sustainable Energy Alliance (VSEA) says that 100 percent of Vietnam’s power could be generated by renewable energy technologies by 2050.
PSNews-The World Bank and the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) launched a campaign on September 20 to promote the deployment of renewable energy in the country, with the installation of five solar measurement stations across the country.
PSNews – Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue led a delegation of the Vietnamese Government to visit solar and wind power projects of Rent A Port company on September 17, beginning his working visit to Belgium.
Energy is used in every part of the country’s economy—powering homes, businesses, factories, and cars, said speakers at a seminar on November 7 in Soc Trang Province.
Many domestic and foreign enterprises have been granted investment licenses to develop solar and wind power projects in the Central Highlands of Dak Lak, according to the provincial People’s committee.