Nguyen Trai Secondary School in Ba Dinh district recently received a rooftop solar power system partially financed by Bach Khoa Investment & Development of Solar Energy Corporation (SolarBK) and Green Innovation and Development Centre (GreenID).
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.
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 Vietnam Economic Forum 2019 (VEF 2019), slated for January 16-17, will review the Vietnamese economy’s development in 2018 and discuss its prospects in 2019, as well as outline breakthrough measures to promote innovation and bolster socio-economic growth.
With the prospects of power shortages in the coming time as well as concerns about transmission line and grid connection, solar rooftop panels could ease power demand, while contributing to sustainable development. VIR’s Phuong Thu reports on what makes rooftop solar panels shine in Vietnam.
Hundreds of households in Ho Chi Minh City have been benefiting from homegrown solar power systems.
After the government’s Decision No. 11/2017/QD-TT on supporting the development of solar power was issued in April, Vietnam witnessed a trend of successfully registered and licensed projects, though challenges still await potential investors.
The central province of Quang Ngai is cooperating with the Ho Chi Minh City-based SolarBK company to launch a solar power project for the centre for children with disabilities in Nghia Hanh district.
Vietnam’s first solar-powered green logistics centre, Tan Cang-Song Than ICD, is slated for completion in September 2017 and is expected to contribute to the sustainable development trend in the domestic logistics industry.
IREX Energy JSC, the country’s leading solar panel producer, is expected to ride the coming solar investment wave into the local solar energy market.
IREX Energy Joint-Stock Company, Vietnam’s vanguard solar panel producer, has made great contributions to developing renewable energy in Vietnam.
In addition to its “Light up the Spratly Islands” project, Vietnamese renewable energy firm SolarBK, in 2009, installed a hybrid power supply system using both wind and solar energy with a capacity of 824kWh per day.