Energy security deemed more likely with appropriate offshore wind strategy

Energy security deemed more likely with appropriate offshore wind strategy

Offshore wind power is not only expected to contribute to Vietnam’s net-zero goal by 2050 but also help with the country’s ever-increasing hunger for energy.
Vietnam offshore wind power sparks influx of foreign investment: Nikkei Asia

Vietnam offshore wind power sparks influx of foreign investment: Nikkei Asia

Nikkei Asia, a news service in Japan, ran an article on January 6 saying that Vietnam's offshore wind power sparks an influx of foreign investment.
Practical ideas for cleaner energy

Practical ideas for cleaner energy

The world is facing unprecedented challenges to energy security, rising inflation, and a narrowing time window to limit dangerous global heating.
Envision Energy turbine blades break at power plant

Envision Energy turbine blades break at power plant

One of the 22 wind power turbines at Ia Pet - Dak Doa 1 farm, provided by Chinese manufacturer Envision Energy, cracked and broke during maintenance.
Wind power bonanza there for the taking in Vietnam

Wind power bonanza there for the taking in Vietnam

In Vietnam, new markets are emerging daily as more investors demonstrate attraction for wind power projects, and Power Engineering Consulting JSC 4 (EVNPECC4) is deemed to have strong capability in power grids, renewable energy, surveys, and more. The company’s chairman Le Cao Quyen talked to VIR’s Phuong Thu about the challenges and policy suggestions to develop wind power in Vietnam.
Local-foreign tie-ups add to energy promise

Local-foreign tie-ups add to energy promise

Foreign direct investment continues to play a key role in driving Vietnam’s transition towards renewable energy via greenfield investments, as well as the merger and acquisition channels.
Vietnam capable of wind power windfall

Vietnam capable of wind power windfall

While wind power could offer endless opportunities, and new markets are emerging daily as more regions define their ambitions on marine energy, a policy gap in Vietnam continues to concern some players.
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.
Newest draft of Power Development Plan VIII comes with several highlights

Newest draft of Power Development Plan VIII comes with several highlights

Stakeholders expect the latest draft of the Power Development Plan VIII (PDP 8) to be soon approved, paving the way to kick-start fresh investment projects in the power sector.
Proposals to promote Vietnam's energy transition

Proposals to promote Vietnam's energy transition

The energy elasticity coefficient in Vietnam for the 2016-2020 period averaged 1.67, a relatively high figure compared to some other countries.
Vietnam Wind Power 2022 to be held on December 1-2 in Hanoi

Vietnam Wind Power 2022 to be held on December 1-2 in Hanoi

Vietnam Wind Power 2022 is to be held on December 1-2 in Hanoi and is expected to be a crucial event to gather key stakeholders in the wind industry.
Vietnam invests in 10 energy technologies

Vietnam invests in 10 energy technologies

Vietnam will invest in 10 energy technologies in the 2021-2030 period with a view to ensuring energy security for the country’s socio-economic development, as part of the “Research, Application and Development of Energy Technologies” programme.
International partners commit to help Vietnam realising net zero emissions

International partners commit to help Vietnam realising net zero emissions

The United Nations and development partners, during discussions with Vietnamese ministries and sectors, expressed their willingness to support Vietnam in achieving the goal of net zero emission and energy transition.
Survey overlap potential irks wind power developers

Survey overlap potential irks wind power developers

Due to several legal pitfalls, conflicts may occur among wind power investors, both onshore and off, as they take part in surveying activities for their potential projects.
Turbine leaders take choppy waters into account

Turbine leaders take choppy waters into account

The world’s biggest wind turbine makers are garnering lower profits in the context of the global energy crisis in Europe and uncertain policies in many other regions.
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