Vietnam’s power industry: A tale of liberation, construction, modernity
06:00 | 08/01/2021 Industry
(VEN) - On December 21, 1954, after taking back control of Hanoi from the French, President Ho Chi Minh visited the Bo Ho Lighting Factory in the capital. “This power plant now belongs to the people, and the government. It is yours. In the role of owners, you should preserve and further develop it,” said Uncle Ho, as his people called him. Since that day, December 21 is marked as the Traditional Day of the Vietnam power sector.
Vietnam launches cleaner production program for coming decade
10:00 | 31/12/2020 Industry
(VEN) - The national action plan on sustainable production and consumption for the 2021-2030 period, developed by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), will adhere to the UN’s sustainable development goals aimed at ensuring sustainable consumption and production (SCP) patterns.
Vietnam’s key industries urged to promote supply chain linkages
13:00 | 30/12/2020 Industry
(VEN) - To make the most of opportunities provided by free trade agreements, Vietnam must promote linkages between domestic businesses and foreign companies, enhance the added value of local production, increase product competitiveness and improve firms’ position in the international arena.
Hanoi boosts renewable energy, power saving
14:00 | 17/12/2020 Industry
(VEN) - Hanoi has issued a plan to boost the development of renewable energy for the 2021-2025 period with a focus on solar and energy-from-waste. The city has set a target of renewable energy accounting for one percent of its total primary energy by 2025.