(VOV) - Greater energy efficiency, expansion in renewables, and increased power trading in Asia could help Vietnam meet an expected 7-10% increase a year in power demand through 2030, said participants at a conference on November 4.
A Vietnamese delegation led by Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Pham Cong Tac is attending the 38th session of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) General Conference that kicked off in Paris on November 3.
Vietnam is quickly finishing the Intended National Determined Contributions to participate in the 21st Conference of Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, set to be held in Paris this December.
The Danang seafood service and Lien Chieu industrial parks have been selected to develop a low-carbon model and assist businesses to cut emissions under a project started in 2012.
Policy-markers and climate change experts from Southeast Asia discussed ways of financing low-carbon green growth in the region at a March 12 workshop in Hanoi.
Vietnam and Australia on June 26 inked an agreement on scientific and technological cooperation, marking a new step forward in bilateral cooperation in this field.