Vietnam has the advantage for developing wind and solar power. Encouraged by the state’s investment incentives, many businesses have invested in this area and have achived positive results.
The Bac Lieu wind power plant, the first of its kind in Vietnam, has 62 wind turbines with a total capacity of 99 MW.
Each wind turbine of the Bac Lieu wind power plant has a technical control room
A technician checks the operation of a turbine.
The wind farm in Bac Lieu, operated in 2013, generates about 320 million kWh/year
The platform of a wind turbine for the wind and solar power project in the south central province of Ninh Thuan
The electric grid of the wind and solar power complex in Ninh Thuan is connected to the national grid
The project has 700,000 solar panels with an expected capacity of 204 MW
Assembling the last solar panels in the first phase of the wind and solar power project in Ninh Thuan
The project, on an area of 264ha, is the only one in Vietnam combining wind and solar power plants
About 1,000 households and offices in Ho Chi Minh City have had solar panels installed on their roofs
Many households and offices in Vung Tau install solar power systems to reduce the national grid’s load
The solar power control system in Vung Tau
A solar powered shuttle bus invented by Pham Quynh, owner of Hong Thanh resort