Renewable energy on the table for Vietnam

Renewable energy on the table for Vietnam

Vietnam is considered a fertile ground for the renewable energy industry, according to the May 28-29 forum.
Green energy poses few barriers for some

Green energy poses few barriers for some

The transition from conventional energy sources to renewables for production is not only bringing economic benefits but is also helping businesses enhance export competitiveness.
Vietnam remains focused on EVs for sustainable growth

Vietnam remains focused on EVs for sustainable growth

A recent HSBC report indicates Vietnam is prioritising EVs as a key driver of sustainable economic growth.
Australia and Vietnam to develop competitive electricity market

Australia and Vietnam to develop competitive electricity market

A new MoU between Australia and Vietnam is further evidence of the deepening partnership between the two countries in the energy sector.
Global aid for energy transition ramps up

Global aid for energy transition ramps up

Vietnam has earned a great deal of financial and technical assistance from the international community in recent months for its energy transition.
Vietnam to develop new energy-based development engine

Vietnam to develop new energy-based development engine

Vietnam will prioritise foundation industries, supporting industries, and materials for export industries.
Solar solutions bring best-in-class quality

Solar solutions bring best-in-class quality

Businesses are eager to install rooftop solar assets to generate green energy for their self-consumption, which is encouraged by Vietnam’s approved power scheme.
Energy transition will not come without challenges

Energy transition will not come without challenges

To avoid catastrophic climate change and establish a trajectory that is compatible with the Paris Agreement, transformative changes to energy systems are urgently needed.
SABECO and SP solarise nine breweries to promote green growth

SABECO and SP solarise nine breweries to promote green growth

The Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Corporation (SABECO) has announced a partnership with SP Group to expand the second phase of its rooftop solar energy system.
Development pace picking up in energy

Development pace picking up in energy

Wealthy foreign investors in energy are expanding their long-term strategies in Vietnam while many ongoing projects that missed the feed-in tariff deadline are struggling to find a revenue balance.
JCCI proposes solutions to promote investment in green energy

JCCI proposes solutions to promote investment in green energy

Japanese companies would like to contribute to a realistic energy transition in Vietnam to meet sustainability goals, according to the JCCI.
Legal due diligence and major red flags for energy projects

Legal due diligence and major red flags for energy projects

Mergers and acquisitions can play a critical role for the power sector to flourish with a boosted financial model for investors with distinct appetite. Vaibhav Saxena, lawyer at Vilaf, looks at existing assets, assets under construction, and planned projects that have a special purpose vehicle.
Assessing the dual features of nation’s energy plan and PDP8

Assessing the dual features of nation’s energy plan and PDP8

Vietnam’s immediate prime concern is to conclude its energy plans and establish a blueprint for sustainable growth. The Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology’s Dr. Bui Huy Phung, a former member of the Power Development Plan VII (PDP7) Appraisal Council, responded to VIR’s Hai Van on this topic.
Super Energy Group powers ahead with expansion

Super Energy Group powers ahead with expansion

Thailand’s Super Energy Group is demonstrating its commitment in the Vietnamese market through expanding investment and its portfolio.
How to sprint ahead in 2023’s worldwide energy priorities

How to sprint ahead in 2023’s worldwide energy priorities

Private industry and governments must team up to make progress on two goals in parallel – growing access to electricity while decarbonising the energy, transportation, and industrial sectors. Roger Martella, chief sustainability officer at GE, explains how this will be possible.
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