The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is considering new models to calculate electricity prices, including one that would eliminate its current step pricing, which industry experts have called outdated and deeply unpopular among consumers.
Vietnam Electricity (EVN) has announced that nearly 20,000 rooftop solar power projects with a combined capacity of 541.66 MWp were installed nationwide in the past seven months.
VOV.VN - Hanoi Power Corporation (EVNHANOI), a subsidiary of the state-owned utility Vietnam Electricity (EVN), has received a credit rating of BB with stable outlook from the global credit rating agency Fitch.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) held a national conference in Nha Trang city in south-central Khanh Hoa province on July 24 to discuss the implementation of the National Energy Efficiency Programme in 2019-2020 (VNEEP3).
Many private enterprises said they want to invest in building renewable energy infrastructure, but Vietnam still lacks mechanisms to encourage private enterprises to participate in this activity.
The Vietnam Electricity (EVN) plans to get connected with banks and other organisations by the end of August to allow customers to pay electricity bills through QR-code from September this year.
The Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) in Ho Chi Minh City hosted a seminar on June 11 to discuss solutions to develop and finance rooftop solar power installations in the country’s southern hub.
Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) is seeking investors in new electricity projects, including solar power plants on reservoirs, in an effort to ensure the safe and stable operation of the country’s electricity market.
VOV.VN - Despite many of the country's enterprises facing plenty of difficulties caused by the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, numerous firms have begun to step up production and implement fresh business strategies suitable for the new situation.
Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and many countries limiting customs clearance, solar power enterprises with manufacturing plants in Vietnam are still taking advantage of the domestic market to serve customers and sustain growth.
The Green Innovation and Development Centre (GreenID) hosted an online conference in Hanoi on April 11 on the second phase of the feed-in-tariff (FIT 2) and policies for the development of solar power in Vietnam after 2020.
The Government has officially decided to approve a new feed-in-tariff mechanism to encourage development of solar power in Vietnam.
Vietnam saved 436,000kWh of electricity, equivalent to VND812.9 million (US$34,928), for one hour from 20:30 to 21:30 on March 28, in response to Earth Hour 2020, according to the National Power Dispatch Centre.
Regulatory overlapping was the biggest problem at State-owned enterprises (SOEs) since they were handed over to the Commission for the Management of State Capital at Enterprises, officials have said.
Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) has produced 7,185MW of power, accounting for 33.2 percent of Vietnam’s total power output in the 2016-20 period, according to the revised Power Development Master Plan (PDP) VII.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has proposed a new feed-in tariff 32% lower than the earlier incentive rate.
The Vietnam Report JSC and VietNamNet newspaper announced the top 500 largest enterprises in Vietnam (VNR500) in 2019 at a ceremony in Hanoi on January 9.
HCM City’s electricity sector has set a target to become a digital business by adopting key technologies such as big data, Internet of Things and artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the local power system.
Vietnam's National Power Transmission Corporation (EVNNPT) launched 36 power transmission projects with a total investment capital of 19.74 trillion VND (850 million USD) in 2019.
The national irrigation department has reported a staggeringly low level of water reserves in northern and central regions, signalling the threat of a severe drought in 2020.