VOV.VN - Climate change and increasing greenhouse gas emission are challenging Mekong Delta provinces’ sustainable growth. In order to increase their resistance and ability to mitigate the impact of climate change, local provinces are promoting the Green Growth Strategy.
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
International investors, including those from Denmark, are really keen on exploring Vietnam’s market with untapped huge potentials for wind power development, said Bo Monsted, Commercial Counsellor at the Danish Embassy in Vietnam.
The central province of Phu Yen has launched the first public solar power project in the provincial capital city of Tuy Hoa after six months of construction.
Several Finnish businesses have expressed their desire to work with Vietnam Waste Solutions Co., Ltd. (VWS) in converting waste into renewable energy during their recent trip to VWS’s Ho Chi Minh City-based Da Phuoc waste treatment complex.
As an economic centre of the Mekong Delta, Can Tho city is a potential partner of Germany in several investment projects, including urban transport development, renewable energy application, environmental protection and climate change adaptation.
The fourth International Conference and Exhibition on Automation and Industrial Equipment (VAAC 2017) will take place at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre, HCM City from November 29 to December 2.
Finnish companies will continue to invest in the development of Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, particularly in the conversion of waste to power, according to Finpro, the national trade promotion office of Finland.
The European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) has launched its first publication of the EuroCham Greenbook in Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh City.
The USAID and Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade are working together to enable private sector electricity buyers and renewable energy providers to enter into Direct Power Purchase Agreements (DPPA).
Vietnam’s leading international water supply, sanitation, water resources and purification event, Vietwater, and Vietnam's leading renewable energy and energy efficiency exhibition, RE & EE Vietnam, opened in Ho Chi Minh City on November 8.
Finland is transferring modern technology to provide clean water and renewable energy solutions for Hanoi, Finnish Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs and Employment Petri Peltonen told a Hanoi official on November 6.
Over 100 provincial government officials, investors and other stakeholders have gathered in Ho Chi Minh City to discuss policies for the development of solar energy.
VOV.VN - Nguyen Van Binh, Head of the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission, has reiterated that Vietnam gives priority to climate change response, energy security, and safe, renewable energy development.
A wide range of new technologies and solutions from GE can contribute to the Vietnamese energy agenda through the reduction of emissions and the enhanced efficiency of power generation assets, especially in coal-fired power plants.
In the context of rapidly growing power demand, it is necessary to revise the planning and development of renewable energy, otherwise renewable energy sources may not be able to meet demand, heard a workshop in Hanoi on October 5.
The south central coastal province of Ninh Thuan is trying to create favourable conditions to lure investment in developing wind and solar power towards ensuring sustainable development of the power sector and contributing to national energy security.
The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak has attracted numerous projects by domestic and foreign investors in recent years, according to the provincial authorities.
Booming cities and vigorous urbanisation are challenging Vietnam’s future, according to a business conference titled "Smart Cities" held in Hanoi on September 27.
In preparation for the coming open energy market in Vietnam, the World Bank and the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) will implement the pilot programme to auction solar power with the floor price of 9.35 US cent per kWh.