MoIT recommends unfinished wind, solar farms negotiate energy prices

MoIT recommends unfinished wind, solar farms negotiate energy prices

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has asked the Prime Minister about the mechanism for ongoing solar power and transitional wind power projects to enjoy the incentive price.
Solar self-users seeking parity

Solar self-users seeking parity

A chasm between mechanisms and inconstant guidelines in localities is making it difficult for developers to install rooftop solar power for self-use.
Leaders register for renewable energy event

Leaders register for renewable energy event

The Future Energy Show Vietnam and The Solar Show Vietnam return to Ho Chi Minh City once again this July after an absence of more than three years.
Indonesia outlines energy transition initiatives

Indonesia outlines energy transition initiatives

Indonesia revealed concrete steps it will take to achieve a fair and affordable energy transition at the 2022 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting (WEFAM) in Davos, Switzerland.
Finding the spark to ignite energy goals

Finding the spark to ignite energy goals

Transforming Vietnam into a high-income economy by 2045 requires enough juice to power the nation’s machinery. However, with the heavy reliance on coal, the country also needs to tackle issues regarding climate change, thus accelerating its journey towards utilisation of its abundant renewable energy sources.
Vietnam and Germany promote rooftop solar in commercial and industrial sectors

Vietnam and Germany promote rooftop solar in commercial and industrial sectors

The rooftop solar project, implemented by GIZ in tandem with the Ministry of Industry and Trade, focuses on the adaptation of relevant technical regulations, key stakeholder capacities, and technology cooperation, with an aim to ensure the sustainable development of the Vietnamese market.
Sungrow O&M powers efficiency of renewable energy projects

Sungrow O&M powers efficiency of renewable energy projects

Woody Wu spoke with VIR about how to help renewable energy owners promote their benefits by handling faults quickly.
Power market prospects in Vietnam

Power market prospects in Vietnam

Vietnam’s power market may need to see new-style financial structures in order to push forward. Counsel Ngoc Nguyen and Gaston Fernandez, Vietnam office managing partner at Hogan Lovells International LLP, explain how last year’s developments have shaped the direction to come.
2021 remains gap year for solar developers

2021 remains gap year for solar developers

After a boom in solar development thanks to incentives given in 2020, Vietnam held back due to a policy gap that has pushed investors into an awkward situation this year.
Four provinces propose adding wind and solar power projects to PDP8

Four provinces propose adding wind and solar power projects to PDP8

Ninh Thuan, Binh Thuan, Quang Ninh, and Thai Binh have recently sent proposals to the MoIT to add a series of wind and solar power projects to the PDP8.
Dak Nong calls for investors in two renewable energy projects at Australian webinar

Dak Nong calls for investors in two renewable energy projects at Australian webinar

Dak Nong People’s Committee is calling for Australian investors for the $740 million Tuy Duc wind farm and the $520 million Krong No solar project.
CME Solar wins prestigious prize at Solar Future Awards 2021

CME Solar wins prestigious prize at Solar Future Awards 2021

CMES was named Solar Power Project Investor of the Year at Solar PV Vietnam 2021 Virtual and the Solar Future Awards Ceremony in Shanghai, China on November 9.
Unitek provides global sustainable solutions for renewable energy projects in Vietnam

Unitek provides global sustainable solutions for renewable energy projects in Vietnam

Vietnam’s solar and wind power investors and developers should be careful when choosing direct and transmitted lightning protection systems.
New tactics in tow for sticky solar situation

New tactics in tow for sticky solar situation

Learning from the lessons of the previous feed-in tariffs that caused the domestic solar power market to be oversupplied, the Ministry of Industry and Trade is currently drafting a new policy to lay the foundation for a more sustainable development approach in the sector.
US dumping allegations threaten solar exporters

US dumping allegations threaten solar exporters

While the market for solar panels and cells is booming amid the escalating climate change and energy demand, some exporters in Vietnam could be facing trade remedy actions if the US Department of Commerce deems them part of a larger scheme by Chinese producers allegedly trying to circumvent antidumping rules.
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