Vietnam Business Forum launches Made in Vietnam Energy Plan 2.0 Business

Vietnam Business Forum launches Made in Vietnam Energy Plan 2.0

The Made in Vietnam Energy Plan 2.0 (MVEP 2.0), a business case for the primary use of Vietnam’s domestic resources to stimulate investment in clean, secure and affordable energy generation, was officially launched by the Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) on February 27.
Singapore plans to step up solar energy production ASEAN

Singapore plans to step up solar energy production

Singapore has set a target of stepping up its solar capacity by more than seven times from the current level, and increasing the current output of 260 megawatt-peak (MWp) to 2 gigawatt-peak (GWp) by 2030.
Vietnam keen to learn from Swedish technologies: PM Politics

Vietnam keen to learn from Swedish technologies: PM

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has praised Sweden’s achievements in scientific research and modern technology and promised to create the best conditions possible for Swedish enterprises to invest and expand their operations in Vietnam.
USAID official suggests ways to develop renewable energy Business

USAID official suggests ways to develop renewable energy

Director of the US Agency for International Development (USAID)’s Environment and Social Development Office Christopher Abrams has suggested Vietnam should pool domestic resources to develop renewable energy and import natural gases to increase their supply in the future.
Renewable energy integration faces challenges Business

Renewable energy integration faces challenges

Power drawn from renewable energy is expected to soar in the future, although the country’s capacity to integrate this source of energy into the national power grid is still limited, possibly causing throttling on the network, heard attendants at a seminar held in Hanoi last week.
Renewable energy seeks investment to thrive Videos

Renewable energy seeks investment to thrive

Renewable energy is a popular trend in the energy sector while fossil fuel and hydro power are winding down. Yet, it hasn’t received due attention from investors and relevant agencies.