Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung highlighted the crucial role of energy cooperation with Laos during a reception in Hanoi on February 18 for Lao Minister of Energy and Mines Khammany Inthirath.
As the group that owns the largest solar production facilities in the world, Adani is currently seeking to invest in the Vietnamese renewable energy industry.
The global climate crisis could lead to more renewable electricity being generated by spurring faster wind speeds for the world’s growing number of windfarms, according to research.
The list of renewable energy projects registered by both foreign and domestic investors in the country has been growing consistently since the feed-in-tariff hike, but further work is required to meet the goals.
The central province of Ninh Thuan is speeding up the construction of wind and solar power plants in order to generate commercial electricity as scheduled.
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.
The Vietnam Renewable Energy Week 2018 will take place from August 21-26, aiming to seek solutions to promote the development and use of renewable energy in the country.
The list of renewable energy projects registered by foreign investors in Vietnam has been lengthened by projects from Thai and Spanish investors.
The central province of Quang Tri is giving top priority to luring investment in renewable energy to fully tap its potential for wind and solar power.
The sixth ASEAN+3 Junior Science Odyssey (APT JSO - 6), themed “Renewable energy for life,” is being held at Haa Lac Hi-tech park in Hanoi.
In 2017, the south central coastal province of Ninh Thuan is focusing on luring capable and strategic businesses and investors in the two key sectors of renewable energy and marine economy.