Update news Binh Thuan
VietNamNet Bridge - The plan to have 1,000 MW of wind power by 2025 will depend on the government’s policies and electricity prices.
The southern central province of Binh Thuan has issued a temporary ban on the exploitation of molluscs and bivalves across its sea waters as part of an effort to protect and regenerate dwindling marine resources.
VietNamNet Bridge - Environmentalists have urged authorities to ‘learn lessons from the Formosa incident and reconsider proposed coal thermal power projects in Vinh Tan’.
VietNamNet Bridge - Renewable energy, especially wind power, is believed to be the solution to Vietnam’s increasingly high demand for power.
VietNamNet Bridge - The target of developing 800 MW wind power by 2020 may be unattainable as the plan to adjust the wind power purchasing price has been delayed.
VietNamNet Bridge – Up to 19 wind power projects have been registered in Binh Thuan Province but investors are yet to start work on them, saying the current selling price regulated for this source of green energy is below production cost.
Five thermal power projects have been developed in Binh Thuan province, raising serious concerns about pollution, as the plants are located near marine protected area (MPA).
Favorable natural conditions and the government’s determination to allow Mekong Delta to develop environmentally friendly energy have both contributed to investment opportunities.
VietNamNet Bridge - Binh Thuan provincial authorities have written to the General Department of Vietnam Seas and Islands, stating their opposition to the Vinh Tan 1 thermal power company’s plan on sinking 1.5 million cubic meters of waste.
Phan Thiet City in the south-central coast province of Binh Thuan is locally and internationally famous as a paradise of stunning beach resorts. There are hundreds of beautiful resorts in Phan Thiet’s Mui Ne for domestic and foreign guests
VietNamNet Bridge – The Binh Thuan Province administration has instructed officials to resolve the environmental issues plaguing the Vinh Tan No 2 thermal power plant following local protests against its discharge of untreated waste.
VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy Primer Minister Hoang Trung Hai has called for severe self-criticism from the managers of the Vinh Tan Thermal Plant No 2 and ordered them to ensure there is no more environmental pollution