Biogas digesters have provided a valuable source of environmentally friendly energy for cooking and other uses of those living in rural areas in Vietnam.
The Prime Minister has issued instructions on agriculture in areas of land rent for rubber replanting and biogas programmes for the animal husbandry sector in Vietnam.
The “clean environment day” campaign was kicked off on December 4 at the two primary schools in Song Cong city, the northern province of Thai Nguyen in the presence of Helena Bathammar, Mayor of Sweden’s Linkoping city
(VOV) -Vietnam’s residential and business customers have started to embrace solar and other forms of renewable energy and its demand is forecast to rise fourfold by 2030.
(VOV) -Nordic Assistance to Vietnam (NAV) has granted about US$27,000 to the central province of Thua Thien-Hue to implement a project on climate change adaptation in 2013.
(VOV) - Binh Dinh province is implementing a Low Carbon Agricultural Support (LCASP) project designed to develop sustainable, efficient, and environmentally friendly agriculture.
(VOV) - The biogas program for the Vietnamese animal husbandry sector has won a 2012 “Humanitarian Award” from the World Energy Forum, according to Department of Livestock Husbandry.
The World Bank (WB) and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development jointly organized a conference on February 27 to assess a project on animal husbandry and food safety and hygiene.
The Vietnamese biogas project is selected to compete in the final round of the Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy to be held June 28-July 3.