Malaysia's KAB ventures into Vietnam's renewable energy market

Malaysia's KAB ventures into Vietnam's renewable energy market

Kejuruteraan Asastera Bhd. (KAB) has inked a deal with Janakuasa to enter Vietnam’s renewable energy market.
Power plan revised to render market more competitive

Power plan revised to render market more competitive

The government this month requested the Ministry of Industry and Trade to review and re-submit the Power Development Plan VIII as the scheme is geared towards speeding up establishment of a competitive electricity market.
Mitsubishi to build onshore wind farm in Laos to sell electricity to Vietnam

Mitsubishi to build onshore wind farm in Laos to sell electricity to Vietnam

Mitsubishi Corporation will build an onshore wind farm based in Laos, which could then sell electricity to Vietnam.
Offshore wind farms worth USD billions line up for approval

Offshore wind farms worth USD billions line up for approval

Numerous foreign investors are interested in developing offshore wind farms worth billions of dollars in Vietnam.
New project scales up waste management models in Vietnam

New project scales up waste management models in Vietnam

The Norwegian Embassy and the UNDP will launch a project on scaling up integrated and inclusive waste management models.
Uncertainty clouds knock-on effects of silicone fire

Uncertainty clouds knock-on effects of silicone fire

An explosion at a silicone packaging workshop owned by Hoshine Silicon – one of the largest silicon metal and silicone producers in China’s Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region
Scale-up imperative in wind energy future

Scale-up imperative in wind energy future

As the global community fixes its gaze on a world beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no better signpost to economic recovery than clean energy.
Wind power fuels green growth in Vietnam: IFC

Wind power fuels green growth in Vietnam: IFC

With its 3,000km coastline and the flat river deltas of the Red River and the Mekong, Vietnam boasts great potential for wind power energy.
Carbon Dated: multinational companies to cut suppliers failing to curb carbon emissions

Carbon Dated: multinational companies to cut suppliers failing to curb carbon emissions

A new study by Standard Chartered reveals that 78 per cent of multinationals will remove suppliers that endanger their carbon transition plan by 2025.
Cooperation at heart of major efforts to protect ecosystem

Cooperation at heart of major efforts to protect ecosystem

On the occasion of the World Environment Day this year themed “Reimagine. Recreate. Restore.”, Caitlin Wiesen, resident representative of the United Nations Development Programme in Vietnam, talked with VIR’s Thanh Dat about Vietnam’s efforts to protect the environment in pursuit of sustainable development.
Governments and firms under pressure on CO2 as COP nears

Governments and firms under pressure on CO2 as COP nears

As a crucial climate summit in the United Kingdom approaches at the end of the year, both nations and corporations are being urged yet again of the importance of contributing towards carbon emissions cuts in order to save the planet from overheating later in the century.
Energy mix for Vietnam with LNG-to-power 

Energy mix for Vietnam with LNG-to-power 

Supported by the favourable geographical and natural conditions and constrained by the restrictions on thermal power projects in the last few years, Vietnam has been promoting the concept of using liquefied natural gas for power production. Vaibhav Saxena and Tu Hue Anh from Vilaf law firm delve into the opportunities and key obstacles under the new rules.
Danish energy leaders welcome Vietnamese alliance

Danish energy leaders welcome Vietnamese alliance

The second Partnering for Green Growth and Global Goals 2030 (P4G) Summit was hosted  on May 30-31 in South Korea.
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