Misleading to assert foreign firms dominate Vietnam's energy sphere: expert

Misleading to assert foreign firms dominate Vietnam's energy sphere: expert

Hong Kim Vi, Thailand's Super Energy Group's deputy general director of public relations, said the country's energy projects were more complex than they appear, at the 2022 Vietnam Renewable Energy Network on January 6.
Rising energy costs to require roadmap for businesses’ timely adjustment of strategies

Rising energy costs to require roadmap for businesses’ timely adjustment of strategies

The Vietnamese industrial sector may need to reevaluate in order to minimise the effect of rising power costs.
Responsive shift required in Vietnam’s energy policy

Responsive shift required in Vietnam’s energy policy

Despite improvements in energy regulations, coal-generated electricity will persist for many years to come. Dr. Ngo Duc Lam, former deputy head at the Institute of Energy under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, explained to VIR’s Van Nguyen about the country’s established and ambitious objectives for renewable energy.
Universal Alloy Corporation Vietnam partners with Asia Clean Capital Vietnam

Universal Alloy Corporation Vietnam partners with Asia Clean Capital Vietnam

Asia Clean Capital Vietnam and Universal Alloy Corporation Vietnam entered into a power purchase agreement on December 16 and began a rooftop solar project.
Vietnam’s further evolving regulations and policies on energy

Vietnam’s further evolving regulations and policies on energy

The last several months have been dynamic for the energy sector in Vietnam, with a number of key developments.
Asia-Pacific outperforms global decarbonisation in 2021

Asia-Pacific outperforms global decarbonisation in 2021

The Asia-Pacific region outperformed its global counterparts in 2021 with a decarbonisation rate of 1.2 per cent according to a newly-released PwC report.
Vietnam reiterates strong commitments at COP27

Vietnam reiterates strong commitments at COP27

Vietnam is engaging in negotiations regarding issues in which the country needs international support, such as financing and technical assistance to draft plans in energy transition and assess renewable energy potential.
Energy shortage risks met head-on

Energy shortage risks met head-on

The government’s plan to reduce fossil fuel use and increase clean energy sources is facing major obstacles, such as dependence on coal, and without new investment the supply will decrease faster than demand, possibly leading to energy shortages.
Danish investors see potential in Vietnam's green solutions

Danish investors see potential in Vietnam's green solutions

Danish investors see Vietnam's green energy as having growing potential.
ACCV’s first battery storage project with Motul in Vietnam

ACCV’s first battery storage project with Motul in Vietnam

Solar rooftop developer Asia Clean Capital Vietnam last month has announced that it has signed a 20-year power purchase agreement with Vilube.
Indian-based financiers eager to pour further investment into the country

Indian-based financiers eager to pour further investment into the country

Prominent Indian investors are eager to pump money into Vietnam in sectors such as IT, energy, healthcare, and car components, as shown in a recent round of senior business meetings.
USAID launches $14 million project to help Ho Chi Minh City accelerate its green growth

USAID launches $14 million project to help Ho Chi Minh City accelerate its green growth

USAID and Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee launched a project to accelerate renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions on September 20.
HVACR exhibition shares advanced technologies for sustainable energy development

HVACR exhibition shares advanced technologies for sustainable energy development

The 3-day EPV-HVACR-INMEX exhibition held from September 7 to 9 provided up-to-date information and opportunities to find partners for the enterprises.
Germany's nuclear stay fails to quell debate

Germany's nuclear stay fails to quell debate

Germany's decision to keep two atomic plants on standby through the winter amid a power crunch has exposed cracks in the government and unleashed criticism from economic and energy experts.
New energy tie-ups lean to greener business ambitions

New energy tie-ups lean to greener business ambitions

Foreign investors are increasing activities in renewable energy in Vietnam through new tie-ups, with a focus laid on self-use electricity due to the country’s global commitments to a greener future.
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