The fate of unfinished wind power projects which failed to enjoy the FIT (feed in tariff) because they could not become operational prior to November 1, 2021 is uncertain.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) has submitted a statement to the Prime Minister on a bidding mechanism which allows purchase of electricity from solar and wind power projects which remain unfinished.
Vietnam’s commitment to achieving net zero emissions by 2050 at COP26 is expected to bring a tailwind of opportunities, facilitating the export of made-in-Vietnam products.
Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Dang Hoang An has asked localities to compile the lists of wind and solar power plants in their areas.
As commitments to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 increase across the globe, the question of how these commitments can be met and the corresponding economic transformation managed becomes ever more central.
A mass of applications to develop wind power farms have been sent to Lang Son People’s Committee and Lang Son Department of Industry and Trade.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade will not add any more wind and solar power into this year's plan, due to a lack of input facilities to transfer them to the national grid.
Failing to put their projects into commercial operation before November 1, 2021, many wind power investors are facing difficulties and want an extension of the FIT (feed in tariff) price.
Vietnam’s commitments at 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP 26) will have a big impact on the country’s energy system.
Unable to have commercial operation date (COD) prior to November 1, 2021, many wind power investors have fallen into dilemma.
The country’s road map aims to improve the quality and reliability of the national power supply and the efficient use of electricity.
The draft National Power Development Plan for the period 2021-2030 will be revised to align with Vietnam's commitment to net-zero emissions by 2050.
Wind and solar power plants will emit huge amounts of waste of up to hundreds of thousands of tons in the next 10 years.
The latest draft of the eighth national power development plan in 2021-2030 shows considerable reductions in coal-fired power and increases in wind power, following Vietnam’s strong commitments at COP26.