Hanoi maps out green energy transition for buses Society

Hanoi maps out green energy transition for buses

Vietnam hopes 100% of new buses will use electricity or green energy from 2025, which is part of the transport sector’s action plan on green energy transition to reduce carbon and methane emissions.
Indonesia, Denmark step up collaboration World

Indonesia, Denmark step up collaboration

Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi discussed several cooperation programmes in the fields of green energy, economy, and counterterrorism during talks with her Danish counterpart Jeppe Kofod.
 ADB, PetroVietnam team up to promote green energy development in Vietnam Business

ADB, PetroVietnam team up to promote green energy development in Vietnam

The Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on November 18 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on establishing a strategic partnership for 2021 – 2024 to promote clean and renewable energy development, and help PetroVietnam achieve targets in green energy transition.
VinFast cooperates with Gotion High-Tech to produce LFP batteries for electric vehicles Business

VinFast cooperates with Gotion High-Tech to produce LFP batteries for electric vehicles

Speaking at the cooperation agreement, Zhen Li, President of Gotion High-Tech Company, said that Gotion High-Tech will use leading technologies and experience in battery manufacturing to support Vinfast electric cars development. The two sides will contribute to jointly develop the clean energy industry and promote low emission targets in Vietnam, China and around the world.
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.