rooftop solar power

Update news rooftop solar power

Responding to the Government's policy of encouraging the development of solar power, many businesses across the country have invested in solar power. Ironically, many investors now have to worry about debts piling up.

Solar power: state agencies loosens management, businesses commit violations

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) has come to several conclusions after its review of issues related to rooftop solar power development.

Many rooftop solar power projects camouflage as farms in Central Highlands

To energize before December 31, 2020, to enjoy preferential prices, many enterprises in the Central Highlands had sought every way to speed up the construction of rooftop solar power projects, despite violations in land use, construction, 

PM orders review of solar power development-related issues

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), localities and Vietnam Electricity Group (EVN) to review issues related to Vietnam’s solar power development.

Desire for long-term tactics in solar power

Although Vietnam began to develop solar power plants just about three years ago, the initially achieved capacities have been outstanding. 

HCM City targets 1,000 MWp of rooftop solar power at industrial zones by 2024

HCM City aims to have 1,000 MWp of rooftop solar power capacity installed by 2024 in its industrial parks, export processing zones and high-tech parks, up from 700MWp now.

Is it time for rooftop solar power?

Industrial zones as well as supermarkets and large real estate developers have begun designing rooftop solar power systems for their new projects.

Over 1,000 firms in HCM City to develop rooftop solar power

More than 1,000 businesses located at processing, industrial and hi-tech parks in Ho Chi Minh City are set to have solar panels installed on their rooftops in the next few years in an effort to promote green development.

Vietnam owns abundant potential for renewable energy development

Vietnam has set a target of raising renewable energy production from 58 billion kWh in 2015 to 101 billion kWh in 2020, 186 billion kWh in 2030, and 452 billion kWh in 2050.