Central province taps renewable energy sources

Central Thua Thien-Hue province is utilising renewable energy sources like hydro, solar and biomass power to serve daily use, addressing environmental pollution and saving expenses.

Prioritize Investments into Clean Energy

Vietnam may increase the attractiveness of foreign investment by developing green energy sources. It is just so confirmed by many participants at the meeting on Europe - Vietnam Free Trade Agreement organized by the European Business Association in Vietnam.

Denmark funds Vietnam’s energy saving initiatives

Denmark will support energy saving initiatives in the private sector in Vietnam under a programme worth 6.5 million USD.

Vietnam, Denmark foster energy conservation links

Vietnam and Denmark have reached a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on energy conservation and renewable energy industries, spanning five priority fields across 10 cooperative forms.

Vietnam poised for investment boost in clean energy sector

Vietnam’s green prospects look set to grow as investment in renewable energy is on the rise. However, the country needs to overcome a slew of hurdles to reach its full potential.

City waste plants to generate electricity

HCM City plans to reduce environmental pollution by reducing the rate of buried waste to under 40 per cent by the end of the year.

US, Vietnam augment clean energy cooperation

More than 150 US and Vietnamese delegates and experts gathered at a May 14 seminar in HCM City to discuss measures which develop clean energy in Vietnam and boost initiatives in renewal energy between the two countries.

Vietnam capitalises on abundant sources of biomass energy

Biomass energy has emerged quickly in Vietnam, with interest in the energy source – which is ripe with potential - from both local business communities and the Government, according to Nhip Cau Dau Tu (Business Review) magazine.

Coal-run thermal power plants and the “grey sludge threat”

Scientists have issued warnings about the “grey sludge threat” at coal-run thermal power plants which could cause an environmental disaster.

Deputy PM cracks whip at high pollution thermal plant

Deputy Primer Minister Hoang Trung Hai has called for severe self-criticism from the managers of the Vinh Tan Thermal Plant No 2 and ordered them to ensure there is no more environmental pollution or adverse effects on local residents, thousands of whom had demonstrated and stopped traffic on National Highway No 1A this month.