(VOV) - More than 150 US and Vietnamese delegates and experts gathered at a May 14 seminar in HCM City to discuss measures which develop clean energy in Vietnam and boost initiatives in renewal energy between the two countries.
Low feed-in tariffs will continue hampering Vietnam’s ability to attract private power investors.
(VOV) - The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) on March 26 awarded a US$700 million grant to the Cong Ly Construction-Trade-Tourism Company Ltd. to carry out the 300-megawatt (MW) wind power project in Vietnam, the third phase of the Bac Lieu Wind Farm project.
The wind power development not only contributes to ensuring long-term power security for Vietnam but also promotes green growth by considerably reducing CO2 emissions, according to sector insiders.
The Prime Minister has recently approved a project on support for wind power use with a total investment of EUR7 million from the German Government’s non-refundable official development assistance.
The world's leading wind energy company Vestas from Denmark has said that it saw huge potential for wind power development in Vietnam and promised to help the country make wind a sustainable energy solution.
(VOV) -Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has given his stamp of approval for an unprecedented renewable energy project utilising wind power, with funds mainly provided by the German Government.
(VOV) - The US is willing to provide technical assistance and share experience in developing renewable energy in Vietnam, US Consul General Rena Bitter has said.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s ever increasing energy demands mean developing renewable energy is an important priority in its national climate change strategy and efforts to minimize greenhouse gas emissions.
(VOV) - Bac Lieu Wind Power Plant has generated more than 20 million kWhs since it came on stream nine months ago.
(VOV) - General Electric, an American multinational corporation, is considering expanding its wind turbine plant in Haiphong city in 2014.
(VOV) -The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has approved nearly US$288,000 in non-refundable official development assistance (ODA) for a technical assistance project to develop wind power in Vietnam from now until August 2014.
(VOV) - Vietnam possesses considerable potential for the development of wind power, an energy sector which has generated strong interest from domestic and foreign investors.
(VOV) - Both Vietnam and Argentina have enormous potential for further strengthening their mutually beneficial cooperation in various areas.
(VOV) - Winds power from storm Bebinca, which is estimated at 6-7 category, will strike the coastal areas of north-eastern provinces and northern Thanh Hoa province on the evening of June 23.
Malaysia’s Timar Wind Solar Energy Group will invest US$800 million in developing the wind power industry in the south-central province of Ninh Thuan.
Vietnam and Argentina will increase bilateral cooperation in the areas of their strength such as politics, diplomacy, trade, investment, energy, oil & gas, health care, agriculture, and science-technology.
Denmark will help Vietnam build and operate wind farms in provinces and cities across the country.
The Export-Import Bank of the US has agreed on a credit package worth US$1 billion for a wind power development programme in the Mekong River Delta between 2011 and 2015.
The German Organisation for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) will provide Vietnam with US$1 million between 2009-2011 to create a legal framework and technical support for a national wind power network.