VOV.VN - Vietnam Renewable Energy Week 2020 opened in Hanoi on August 25, aiming to promote future sustainable energy development, ensure energy security, remove barriers towards clean energy development, and boost a green economy.
Along with the transformation of industrialisation, digitalisation plays an important role in Industry 4.0, and is considered the golden key in all areas of life and business.
A seminar discussing sustainable energy development and safety of dykes and hydropower reservoirs in Vietnam took place in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh on December 19.
International experts put forward measures for Vietnam’s sustainable energy development and reduction of gas emission during the second high-level meeting of the Vietnam Energy Partnership Group (VEPG) in Hanoi on November 26.
The European Commission (EC) and the Vietnam Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) on February 27 publicised a component on the EU’s technical assistance to Vietnam’s energy sector.
As Vietnam is looking at suitable solutions to reduce emissions and increase the efficiency of the country’s power plants, Jim Vono, general manager of GE’s Power Services in Asia Pacific, told VIR’s Hoang Anh how the company is working to satisfy this urgent need.
Over the past 170 years of development, German conglomerate company Siemens has been continuously improving sustainable energy.
Coal-fueled electricity plants have still failed to meet power demand in Vietnam, which is forecast to grow 10 percent annually during the 2010-2030 period.
More than 30 Vietnamese and foreign researchers in environment, information technology and energy gathered at a conference in the Mekong city of Can Tho on May 15 to develop research programmes on ensuring sustainable and safe energy resources for Vietnam.
(VOV) -Representatives from peoples’ organisations in Asia and Europe are assembling in Hanoi for a two-day roundtable on peace and security in the two continents.
The northern province of Thai Binh has been selected as the first locality in Vietnam to implement a five-year project on local energy planning from 2012.
Vietnam welcomes the United Nations’ Sustainable Energy for All Initiative and is working hard to attend the upcoming Rio+20 Conference on sustainable development in Brazil.