84 wind power projects put into commercial operation Business

84 wind power projects put into commercial operation

Eighty-four out of 146 wind power projects signing power purchase and sale contracts with the Electricity Vietnam (EVN) had been put into commercial operation as of October 31, according to a document the EVN had sent to the Ministry of Industry and Trade on Commercial Operation Date (COD) results.
Vietnam sees fastest rise in solar, wind power rate in national electricity structure in 2020: Research Business

Vietnam sees fastest rise in solar, wind power rate in national electricity structure in 2020: Research

The increase in the solar plus wind share of the electricity mix in Vietnam in 2020 was much faster than the pace seen in the Asia-Pacific region or the world as a whole, according to a research jointly implemented by the Australian National University, the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, the ASEAN Centre for Energy and the National Economics University of Vietnam.
Computers donated to help poor students with online learning Society

Computers donated to help poor students with online learning

Vietnam Electricity (EVN) has donated 24,000 computers worth 60 billion VND (2.62 million USD) to the programme “Song va may tinh cho em” (Internet connection and computers for children) which was launched on September 12 to provide computers and telecom services for students and pupils with difficult circumstances.
Vietnam, Austria eye cooperation in renewable energy development Business

Vietnam, Austria eye cooperation in renewable energy development

Vietnam wishes to promote cooperation with Austria in the field of energy, especially renewable energy and sustainable development, Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien told State Secretary in the Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology Magnus Brunner on September 7.
Thailand to import more electricity from Laos World

Thailand to import more electricity from Laos

The State-run Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) plans to import an additional 1,200 megawatts of electricity from hydroelectric power plants in Laos under a long-term purchase contract, reported the local newspaper Bangkok Post.