Vietnam among world’s top 10 for solar power output Sci-Tech

InfographicVietnam among world’s top 10 for solar power output

According to the Global Electricity Review 2022 by Ember, an independent energy think tank, Vietnam’s solar power generation in 2021 surged by 337% compared to the previous year. The astonishing growth pushed Vietnam to become the world’s 10th largest solar generator.
Imprints on national power generation map Business

Imprints on national power generation map

After nearly seven years of construction with unprecedented difficulties, the Song Hau 1 thermal power plant has been put into commercial operation, contributing to ensuring national energy security and economic development in the Mekong Delta.
Japanese firm buys 35.1% stake at Vietnam’s power company Business

Japanese firm buys 35.1% stake at Vietnam’s power company

JERA Inc., a power generation company of Japan, has signed a deal to buy a 35.1% stake at Vietnam’s Gia Lai Electricity Joint Stock Company (GEC) to tap the Southeast Asian nation's growing demand for electricity and further its own decarbonisation efforts, Nikkei Asia reported.
Vietnam strives to boost energy transition: official Business

Vietnam strives to boost energy transition: official

To develop a green and sustainable economy and adapt to climate change, Vietnam has been stepping up energy transition by capitalising on internal strength and enhancing cooperation with development partners, an official has said.
Prime Minister active in Can Tho Business

Prime Minister active in Can Tho

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh visited and had a working session with leaders of the Power Generation Corporation 2 – JSC under the Vietnam Electricity (EVN) on June 20 as part of his working visit to the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho.
Power generation capacity projected to reach 146,000 MW by 2030 Videos

Power generation capacity projected to reach 146,000 MW by 2030

Vietnam’s power generation capacity is projected to reach 146,000 MW by 2030, according to a Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh's conclusion at a conference with localities regarding the completion of the National Power Development Plan for the 2021 - 2030 period.
Philippines calls on Indonesia to lift coal export ban World

Philippines calls on Indonesia to lift coal export ban

Philippine Secretary of Energy Alfonso Cusi has appealed to Indonesia to lift its coal export ban, saying the policy will be detrimental to economies heavily reliant on the fuel for power generation, Reuters reported.
EVNGENCO 2 to sell over 581 million shares through IPO Business

EVNGENCO 2 to sell over 581 million shares through IPO

The Power Generation Corporation 2 (EVNGENCO 2), a subsidiary of the Vietnam Electricity Group, plans to sell over 580.12 million shares, or 48.8875 percent of its charter capital, to investors and over 1.33 million shares, or 0.1125 percent, to employees.
EVNGENCO 2’s equitisation plan approved Business

EVNGENCO 2’s equitisation plan approved

The Prime Minister has signed a decision approving an equitisation plan designed for the Power Generation Corporation 2 (EVNGENCO 2), a subsidiary of the Vietnam Electricity (EVN).
Thailand to cut down power generation reserve World

Thailand to cut down power generation reserve

The State-run Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) is planning to reduce the power generation capacity reserve to 15 percent from 40 percent of total capacity, in a move to curb high power costs.
Two Japanese companies develop green energy in Cambodia World

Two Japanese companies develop green energy in Cambodia

Two Japanese firms - renewable energy producer Aura Green Energy Co. and solar panel system provider WWB Corp - have teamed up to launch a hybrid power generation business combining biomass and solar energy in Cambodia in 2021, aiming to help secure stable power supply. ​