Government’s press conference talks issues of concern

Representatives from ministries and agencies made clear issues of public concern, such as the fight against counterfeit and fake goods and use of renewable energy during the government’s regular press conference in Hanoi on May 31.

At the event (Photo: VNA)

Representatives from ministries and agencies made clear issues ofpublic concern, such as the fight against counterfeit and fake goods and use ofrenewable energy during the government’s regular press conference in Hanoi onMay 31.

DeputyMinister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai said the sector advocatesdeveloping solar and wind power as hydropower source is going to be exhaustedand thermal power impacts the environment.

Severalprojects have been launched but problems also arise, relating to regulationsunder the Planning Law, he admitted.

DeputyGeneral Director of the Vietnam Electricity Vo Quang Lam said Vietnam couldbecome the world’s solar powerhouse when a number of projects will beoperational in the near future.

As of May30, 47 solar power projects with a total capacity of 3,200 MW were connected tothe national grid.

By the lateJune, other 49 projects with a capacity of 2,600MW will be put into operation.

He said ittakes a long time to launch solar power projects due to land procedures, whichneed the Prime Minister’s approval.-VNA

 
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