Co-generation technology could act as solution to help balance power supply

Co-generation technology could act as solution to help balance power supply

While biomass energy from sugarcane and other agricultural by-products has proven to be financially rewarding and environmentally useful, smaller companies remain discouraged to participate.
Biomass boost to fuel power evolution

Biomass boost to fuel power evolution

Although the Vietnamese government has introduced policies to promote the development of biomass power, results so far remain modest, leaving insiders to ponder what is hindering the development of this type of energy.
New feed-in tariff advocated for biomass energy bonanza

New feed-in tariff advocated for biomass energy bonanza

Although the Vietnamese government hoped for deeper biomass energy investment through a previously-introduced feed-in tariff, some experts advise that a new one must be coupled with other legal incentives to ensure a more significant share in the country’s energy mix.
Japan to increase financial assistance for Vietnam's energy transition

Japan to increase financial assistance for Vietnam's energy transition

A Tokyo agreement on energy transition indicates Japan's support for Vietnam's energy reform.
Energy-saving taking top spot in solutions for electricity crisis

Energy-saving taking top spot in solutions for electricity crisis

With the demand for electricity increasing rapidly and supply and a sense of economical use more limited, saving electricity is deemed an important tool during possible periods of crisis in the future.
All options on table for climate transition

All options on table for climate transition

Vietnam is now facing big pressure to carry out its energy transition in a greener manner, with the government advised to place high priority on limiting coal-fired power development while developing more renewable energy.
Offshore wind future in balance for Vietnam

Offshore wind future in balance for Vietnam

The long-awaited Power Development Plan VIII is set to target the development of about 7GW of offshore wind power in Vietnam. However, both investors and localities are waiting for a clearer roadmap.
Turbine leaders take choppy waters into account

Turbine leaders take choppy waters into account

The world’s biggest wind turbine makers are garnering lower profits in the context of the global energy crisis in Europe and uncertain policies in many other regions.
Streamlining Power Investments in Vietnam to be held on April 8

Streamlining Power Investments in Vietnam to be held on April 8

At 8:45am on April 8, VIR will host the seminar Streamlining Power Investments in Vietnam, which will also be livestreamed on several platforms.
Hwaseung and Shire Oak International to collaborate in renewable energy

Hwaseung and Shire Oak International to collaborate in renewable energy

On March 28, Hwaseung and Shire Oak International signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) to collaborate on renewable energy in Southeast Asia.
Central Vietnam focuses on renewable energy

Central Vietnam focuses on renewable energy

The central region is appealing to investors in the field of renewable energy to capitalise on its natural resources and boost economic development.
Green energy development a long-term orientation in Vietnam

Green energy development a long-term orientation in Vietnam

Vietnam boasts huge potential for renewable energy driven by favourable natural conditions and the government’s long-term development orientation.
No more new coal-fired thermal power plants for Mekong Delta by 2030

No more new coal-fired thermal power plants for Mekong Delta by 2030

There will be no more new coal-fired thermal power plants licensed in the Mekong Delta region by 2030, except for the ones currently under construction.
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