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Green economy breeds sustainable development

Green economy breeds sustainable development

The Communist Party and the Government of Vietnam have since long ago integrated green economy in their guidelines and policies, which have been turned into actions by sectors and local administrations.

Unlocking Soc Trang’s renewable energy potential

Unlocking Soc Trang’s renewable energy potential

Endowed with a coastline of 72 kilometres, the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang is not only suitable for developing the mining industry, aquaculture, logistics, and tourism, but also has great potential for industrial-scale wind power generation.

Renewable energy eases pressure for shrimp farmers

Renewable energy eases pressure for shrimp farmers

Owners of shrimp-breeding ponds pay 50-200 million VND (2,200 – 8,800 USD) for electricity per hectare per crop, accounting for 10 percent of their total cost of aquaculture production.

Power players eye renewable energy

Power players eye renewable energy

Foreign investors already active in the Vietnamese power sector are looking to expand their footprints in the country to create a more stable power supply in the near future, with increased focus on renewable energy.

Bac Lieu refuses thermal power project

Bac Lieu refuses thermal power project

The MeKong Delta province of Bac Lieu has rejected a project to build Cai Cung thermal power plant, saying that it wants to become a national centre of renewable energy and a large producer of shrimp farming.

Vietnam sees boom in renewable energy projects

Vietnam sees boom in renewable energy projects

Vietnam has seen a boom in renewable energy projects, in a bid to meet the nation’s future demands for power, after the Government scrapped plans to build a nuclear power plant in Ninh Thuan province.

Infunde Development eyes wind energy project in Quang Tri

Infunde Development eyes wind energy project in Quang Tri

VOV.VN - Quang Tri has great potential to develop wind energy projects in the near future, said Mason Wallck, managing director of Infunde Development at a meeting with the provincial People’s Committee on February 8.