Biomass has the potential to be a critical portion of Vietnam’s renewable change.
The feed-in tariff (FiT) for biomass power projects will range from VND1,634 to VND1,968 per kWh, exclusive of value-added tax, setting the stage for more investment in biomass electricity.
Around 76 percent of German companies confirmed that the coronavirus epidemic affected their activities in Vietnam, according to a flash survey conducted by GIZ/AHK Vietnam.
Clear polices would greatly help provide a vision with specific targets of renewable energy for both authorities and investors in the road map ahead.
Local electricity officials, related firms and international experts discussed a suitable legal framework to develop a smart grid and electricity system in Viet Nam in Ha Noi on November 21.
A workshop was held in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on October 7 to seek improvement of policies and legislation in response to climate change in Vietnam.