08:53 | 22/09/2017 Energy
(VEN) - The Northern Power Corporation under Vietnam Electricity (EVNNPC) is probably the most challenged power supplier in Vietnam due to the impact of adverse weather conditions on its operations.
09:04 | 21/09/2017 Energy
Denmark is willing to share its experience regarding technologies and products with Vietnam to help the country achieve goals of energy and sustainable growth, said a Danish official.
The first German solar training week in Ho Chi Minh City
08:23 | 19/09/2017 Energy
(VEN) - Over 50 representatives, namely project developers and engineering service companies, from the Vietnamese solar sector, have participated in the first German Solar Training Week in Ho Chi Minh City from 18th to 21st September.
Indonesia firm to build coal port in Vietnam
16:19 | 17/09/2017 Energy
Indonesia’s PT. Intra Asia Corpora late last month signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Viietnam’s Hong Phat Coal and Resources Company to build a coal port in southern Vietnam.
Low feed-in tariff freezes wind power projects
14:31 | 15/09/2017 Energy
Although wind power development is considered a great potential sector in Vietnam, investors have been hesitant to develop new or expand their existing projects due to the low regulated selling price of wind power lengthening the time to recover investment capital by a significant margin.
The second turn-around maintenance completed
09:43 | 13/09/2017 Energy
(VEN) - The second turn-around maintenance of the PM3 Ca Mau gas pipeline system began on August 17, 2017. At the same time, all partners involved in this gas value chain also kicked off the maintenance and repair work to ensure safety and quality for the entire system. The PetroVietnam Gas Joint Stock Corporation (PV Gas), as well as its member units and partners, showed strong determination to complete the maintenance work on schedule.
Clean and green: Vietnam-Chinese Taipei cooperation
10:34 | 11/09/2017 Energy
(VEN) - Chinese Taipei businesses are highly interested in renewable energy development in Vietnam. The Vietnamese government’s new policies on renewable energy development are expected to attract more investors to this sector.
An alternative view of hydroelectric plants
15:09 | 09/09/2017 Energy
(VEN) - Tran Viet Ngai, chairman of the Vietnam Energy Association (VEA) has proposed the National Assembly as well as the government in order to reconsider the decision to cancel construction of 400 planned small, medium hydropower projects and allow investment in them to resume.