RoK firm invests in coal-fired power project in Vietnam Business

RoK firm invests in coal-fired power project in Vietnam

The board of the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) of the Republic of Korea (RoK) endorsed investment in a project involving Korean and Japanese companies to build a coal-fired power plant in Vietnam, according to AJU, a RoK business newspaper.
Capacity of coal-fired power plants to drop in 2025 Business

Capacity of coal-fired power plants to drop in 2025

The capacity of coal-fired power plants in Vietnam will be reduced to 8,760 MW in 2025 and 6,340 in 2030 due to the sluggish implementation of several projects and the disagreement of some localities in coal-fired power plant development.
Thailand upgrades largest coal-fired power plant World

Thailand upgrades largest coal-fired power plant

The state-run Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) started public hearings with stakeholders and local communities on July 13 so as to resume operations of two existing units of Mae Moh coal-fired power plant in Lampang province. ​
Workshop promotes cooperation in ensuring just energy transition Sci-Tech

Workshop promotes cooperation in ensuring just energy transition

An international workshop to promote cooperation in ensuring fairness in Vietnam’s energy shift towards more eco-friendly power was held by the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA), the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Vietnam Office, and the Green Innovation and Development Centre (GreenID) in Hanoi on September 18.
Laos home to 760 Chinese projects World

Laos home to 760 Chinese projects

China has invested in 160 projects worth 2.75 billion USD in Laos since 2011, bringing the number of Chinese-invested projects in the country to 760 with registered capital of 6.7 billion USD.
EU pours 19 billion USD into Vietnam Business

EU pours 19 billion USD into Vietnam

The capital city of Hanoi ranked first in the nation in attracting investment from European Union countries, with 357 projects worth 3 billion USD, according to the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA).
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Indonesia, Malaysia work on power plant

Indonesia and Malaysia have signed a cooperation agreement to develop a coal-fired power plant in Sumatra to meet the growing needs for power of the two countries.