The Danish Embassy in Hanoi, in collaboration with Danish wind turbine company Vestas, held a seminar in Hanoi on December 7 to consider the potential of developing wind energy and the business of operating wind energy mills in Vietnam
VOV.VN - Vietnam has substantial potential for wind energy and it's hoped that it will play an increasingly larger role in turning the country away from dependence on fossil fuels, said leading economist Pham Chi Lan.
VOV.VN - Local authorities from southern Bac Lieu Province on Wednesday, August 23, expressed their interest in attracting wind energy investment from companies based out of the Republic of Korea.
High installation costs and relatively low power prices are making investors think twice about diving into Vietnam's wind energy market.
Vestas Wind Systems from Denmark, the world’s leading wind energy producer, has promised to help Vietnam unlock its vastly underused wind potential.
VOV.VN - GE, a US based global corporation on May 23 announced that it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Industry and Trade on developing 1,000MW of Wind energy in Vietnam.
Foreign investors have shown a large appetite for wind power projects in Vietnam. However, in order to spur investment in the sector, there must be a more attractive tariff regime.
(VOV) -The nation’s demand for electricity is forecast to increase two-fold over the next six years primarily fuelled by economic growth, according to speakers at a recent meeting in Ho Chi Minh City discussing the EU-Vietnam free trade agreement.
(VOV) - More than 120 representatives of foreign enterprises in the renewable energy industry gathered in HCM City on December 9 to attend a wind energy seminar sponsored by the Danish embassy.
(VOV) -Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has given his stamp of approval for an unprecedented renewable energy project utilising wind power, with funds mainly provided by the German Government.
Wind farms that offer economic efficiency and connect to the national grid are likely to get the Government’s priority as it seeks to modernise the nation's energy supply.
Vestas, the world’s biggest wind turbine manufacturer, and other Danish businesses will seek opportunities to boost cooperation with Vietnam in the fields of economics, trade and wind energy.
The central province of Binh Thuan leads the country in developing wind energy with 12 domestic and foreign businesses investing in 16 projects aiming to generate a total capacity of more than 2,000MW.