Capacity of coal-fired power plants to drop in 2025 Business

Capacity of coal-fired power plants to drop in 2025

The capacity of coal-fired power plants in Vietnam will be reduced to 8,760 MW in 2025 and 6,340 in 2030 due to the sluggish implementation of several projects and the disagreement of some localities in coal-fired power plant development.
Vietnam looks to expand smart grid Society

Vietnam looks to expand smart grid

The Smart Grid Week Vietnam 2019 has been underway in Hanoi since December 2, featuring a series of conferences and workshops for government officials, national and international professionals.
Deputy PM, Minister clear up electricity-related questions Politics

Deputy PM, Minister clear up electricity-related questions

Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dung Dung stressed solutions to adjust the electricity planning scheme and deal with obstacles hindering investment mobilisation in the electricity sector at the National Assembly’s working session on November 7.
Vietnam Energy Outlook Report 2019 launched Environment

Vietnam Energy Outlook Report 2019 launched

Vietnam Energy Outlook Report 2019 (EOR), one of the outstanding results of the cooperation between Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade and Denmark’s Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate, was launched in Hanoi on November 4.
Vietnam seeks to develop smart energy Society

Vietnam seeks to develop smart energy

A forum on smart energy and optimization of power structure in Vietnam with flexible solutions was held by the Finnish Embassy in Vietnam and Wartsila Group in Hanoi on August 29.