Clean energy development helps Vietnam reduce dependence on imports: official Business

Clean energy development helps Vietnam reduce dependence on imports: official

The increasing proportion of clean energy such as solar and wind power in recent years has helped Vietnam diversify energy sources and reduce its dependence on imported energy, thus enhancing its national energy security, said Director of the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Department of Electricity and Renewable Energy Hoang Tien Dung.
Vietnam likely to become green energy powerhouse in Asia: Foreign media Society

Vietnam likely to become green energy powerhouse in Asia: Foreign media

Vietnam has shown the world its capability to accelerate clean energy solutions, with the highest installed capacity of solar power in Southeast Asia and the government’s commitment to boosting energy supply and strong public demand for improved air quality, according to the Malaysia-based Techwire Asia news website.
PM calls for ongoing support from UK in low-carbon economy Politics

PM calls for ongoing support from UK in low-carbon economy

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh suggested the UK Government continue its support to Vietnam in finance, technology, and experience in transitioning towards a low-carbon economy, while receiving Alok Sharma, British Cabinet Minister and President of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 26), in Hanoi on May 28.
Singapore promotes clean energy development World

Singapore promotes clean energy development

Singapore will harness four switches to transform and diversify energy supply, so as to achieve its vision of a clean and efficient energy future, Tan See Leng, Singaporean Second Minister for Trade and Industry, said at a parliament meeting on January 5.
Vietnam steps up clean energy development: report Business

Vietnam steps up clean energy development: report

The year 2020 marks a major turning point in the energy industry of Vietnam, with clean energy strengthening its solid position and establishing itself as a profitable sector with significant potential for development, while coal-fired thermal power no longer holding the position as a favoured energy source in the country.