Ministry of Industry and Trade may issue renewable energy price framework in late November

Ministry of Industry and Trade may issue renewable energy price framework in late November

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is expected to complete the appraisal of the new renewable energy price framework on November 25-30.
500 kV transmission line Vung Ang-Quang Trach-Doc Soi-Pleiku 2 officially energises

500 kV transmission line Vung Ang-Quang Trach-Doc Soi-Pleiku 2 officially energises

The 500kV transmission line Vung Ang-Quang Trach-Doc Soi-Pleiku 2 will contribute to the electricity supply and energy security of renewable energy projects.
Electricity purchases from Laos expanded to avert shortages

Electricity purchases from Laos expanded to avert shortages

With Vietnam close to being short of electricity, the government has requested the Ministry of Industry and Trade to review and promote cooperation in electricity purchases with Laos beyond 2025.
Bangchak Corporation will sell electricity for Vietnam from September

Bangchak Corporation will sell electricity for Vietnam from September

BCPG, the renewable power generation arm of energy conglomerate Bangchak Corporation, will start to selling electricity for Vietnam from September.
Promoting international collaboration for sustainable development of hydropower projects in Vietnam

Promoting international collaboration for sustainable development of hydropower projects in Vietnam

State-run Electricity of Vietnam and relevant stakeholders are ramping efforts for sustainable development of hydropower projects in Vietnam.
EVN proposes development of renewable power in northern region

EVN proposes development of renewable power in northern region

EVN has proposed to the Government and relevant ministries and sectors a number of measures to ensure power supply, especially in the northern region, including the issuance of mechanisms to develop renewable energy in the region.
Growth advancing in right direction

Growth advancing in right direction

Despite various global uncertainties, efforts to spur business and production have helped recover the country’s economic growth, driven largely by manufacturing and processing activities.
B.Grimm spends $7.1 million acquiring 48MW wind farm in Vietnam

B.Grimm spends $7.1 million acquiring 48MW wind farm in Vietnam

B.Grimm Power has spent $7.1 million to scoop up an 80 per cent stake in a Vietnamese company developing a 48MW wind farm project.
500kV Nghi Son substation comes into operation

500kV Nghi Son substation comes into operation

The Central Vietnam Power Projects Management Board coordinated with relevant entities and agencies to energise the 500kV Nghi Son substation in Thanh Hoa.
Lao Bao 220kV substation and Dong Ha-Lao Bao 220kV power line project inaugurated

Lao Bao 220kV substation and Dong Ha-Lao Bao 220kV power line project inaugurated

The Lao Bao 220kV substation and Dong Ha-Lao Bao 220kV power lines are ready to meet the transmission needs of wind power plants in western Quang Tri province.
EVNNPT cvelebrates fire safety day with renewed commitment

EVNNPT cvelebrates fire safety day with renewed commitment

For the 60th traditional day of the Fire and Rescue Police force (October 4, 2021), EVNNPT has organised a series of activities to ensure the safety of its facilities.
EVN accelerates 500kV Van Phong-Vinh Tan transmission line

EVN accelerates 500kV Van Phong-Vinh Tan transmission line

EVN proposed changing the use purpose of the forest land while accelerating land clearance to develop the 500kV Van Phong-Vinh Tan transmission line project.
PM approves power bill cut for companies affected by COVID-19

PM approves power bill cut for companies affected by COVID-19

The Prime Minister has approved the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT)’s proposal to cut power bills for enterprises for three months in provinces and cities applying social distancing, according to a Government resolution issued on August 28.
Wind developers ask for transitional policy

Wind developers ask for transitional policy

With world-class resource potential and rapidly growing power demand, Vietnam is facing a crucial crossroads and has the opportunity to accelerate deployment of both onshore and offshore wind, according to a new report – but the ongoing pandemic is causing regulatory challenges and delays to many projects as developers attempt to settle on incentive policies for the next stage.
Coal conundrum ahead forces Vietnam to rethink priorities

Coal conundrum ahead forces Vietnam to rethink priorities

While the pressure on the environment and issues like climate change are increasing, it remains difficult for Vietnamese companies and the government to turn away from fossil fuels completely.
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