International organizations assess that Vietnam has Southeast Asia's largest wind power potential, far ahead of other countries. Several international investors have come and set up offices in Vietnam.
HCMC – The HCMC Department of Industry and Trade has thrown its support behind a proposal for including an offshore wind farm project in Can Gio District in the National Power Development Plan VIII. In a recent document sent to the HCMC People’s Committee, the Department of Industry and Trade
HCMC – Investors in 65 out of the total 85 renewable energy transition projects, with a combined capacity of 3,640 MW, have written to Vietnam Electricity Group (EVN) proposing pricing negotiations before purchase agreements are reached, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Of these
HCMC – Japanese and local investors have asked the HCMC government for approval of an offshore wind power project with a capacity of 6,000 MW in the outlying coastal district of Can Gio, reported the local media. The HCMC People’s Committee is seeking feedback from relevant agencies on the
HCMC – Investors involved in renewable energy project have proposed Vietnam Electricity Group (EVN) purchase power from eligible projects at an interim price equivalent to 90% of the electricity import price. The proposal was made at a conference held by State utility EVN in Hanoi yesterday, March
With highly favourable natural conditions, the south-central coastal province of Ninh Thuan is preparing a plan to become a renewable energy centre in Vietnam and to develop the sector into a pillar of the local economy.