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.
Vinh Tan 4 thermal power plant inaugurated Business

Vinh Tan 4 thermal power plant inaugurated

The Vinh Tan 4 thermal power plant, an urgent project helping to ease the electricity shortage in the southern region, was officially inaugurated in the south central province of Binh Thuan on September 21.
Chairman of Quang Ninh thermal power company arrested Society

Chairman of Quang Ninh thermal power company arrested

The police investigation agency of the northern province of Quang Ninh on March 25 arrested Le Duy Hanh, chairman of the board of directors of Quang Ninh Thermal Power Joint Stock Company, serving their investigations into his alleged abuse of power.
Efficiency improvement crucial for cement industry: experts Business

Efficiency improvement crucial for cement industry: experts

Production and sales of cement and clinkers of Vietnam have risen in recent years. But to maintain the growth, experts suggested that the industry should make comprehensive reforms, apply advanced technology to improve production and optimise the efficiency of natural resources.
Ash and cinder should be source of materials Environment

Ash and cinder should be source of materials

Coal-fired thermal power plants in Vietnam release about 16.4 million tonnes of ash and cinder each year and are forecasted to discharge about 20.5 million tonnes by 2020, a report of the National Assembly (NA)’s Committee on Science, Technology and Environment has revealed.