GreenYellow contributes to net zero target of Vietnam

GreenYellow contributes to net zero target of Vietnam

Vietnam has committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2050 – a valuable but ambitious goal. Sébastien Prioux, country manager at GreenYellow for Vietnam and Cambodia, shares his assessment of how the country can achieve its goal as well as how his comp
Singapore - Far-sighted planning to offset renewable resource limitations

Singapore - Far-sighted planning to offset renewable resource limitations

While Singapore is famous for green growth and sustainable development, it still faces unique constraints in achieving net-zero emissions.
Energy security at risk after forced plant output cuts

Energy security at risk after forced plant output cuts

Many privately-owned renewable power plants have been required to cut electricity output due to the overloaded transmission system, as regulations struggle to keep up with the fast-developing sector.
Renewable funding solutions sought

Renewable funding solutions sought

The ignition of interest in renewables has indicated the potential for rapid development under effective policies and current market conditions, but ambitions to expand renewable energy generation further will be constrained by the barriers in attracting private sector investment.
Tailoring renewables to next-gen needs

Tailoring renewables to next-gen needs

Wouter Van Wersch, president and CEO of GE in the ASEAN, Australia, New Zealand, and Papua New Guinea (ASEAN-ANP) told VIR’s Hoang Anh about the corporation’s new call for the future, involving renewable energy and radically customised solutions to fit th
New FiT puts new wind in sails of renewables

New FiT puts new wind in sails of renewables

The Vietnamese government approved the new, higher feed-in tariff for wind power.
3rd Renewable Energy Week starts tomorrow

3rd Renewable Energy Week starts tomorrow

The 3rd Annual Renewable Energy Week on August 21-26, 2018 will focus on discussing removing barriers facing renewable energy, making it feasible in Vietnam.
EU and MoIT launch sustainable energy programme

EU and MoIT launch sustainable energy programme

The EU and MoIT launched the EU-Vietnam Energy Facility to support the EU's Energy Sector Policy Support Programme.
Renewable energy fair tipped

Renewable energy fair tipped

Modern technologies, adequate government incentives and reasonable production costs will help facilitate the development of renewable energy in Vietnam.
One step at a time

One step at a time

Nghiem Vu Khai, vice chairman of the National Assembly’s Science, Technology and Environment Committee, urges Vietnam to pursue policies to build a low-carbon economy to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and develop an environmentally-friendly energy industry.