MoIT considers single pricing model for power tariff Business

MoIT considers single pricing model for power tariff

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is considering new models to calculate electricity prices, including one that would eliminate its current step pricing, which industry experts have called outdated and deeply unpopular among consumers.
MoIT’s power tariff proposals to benefit hotels Business

MoIT’s power tariff proposals to benefit hotels

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is drafting regulations on new retail prices for electricity, aiming to lower electricity prices for hotels in order to strengthen the tourism sector and hike prices for electricity-guzzling households in an effort to incentivise lower consumption.
Power tariff likely to keep unchanged this year Business

Power tariff likely to keep unchanged this year

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has not yet decided to adjust power tariffs this year and has been calculating basic prices, the ministry announced at an electricity production cost conference in Hanoi on January 20.
Gov’t aims for stable power tariff Business

Gov’t aims for stable power tariff

The electricity sector in 2017 will strive to prevent the power tariff from stirring controversy, said Hoang Quoc Vuong, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade.
Proposed new power tariff rules cause a ruckus Society

Proposed new power tariff rules cause a ruckus

A proposal to allow Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) to set retail prices has been criticised for granting excessive power to the national utility as well as the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).