Int’l giants interested in power projects in Vietnam

Published on The Saigon Times Daily, October 8th, 2013 Many giant foreign companies such as Semcorp, Samsung and Sumimoto are showing strong interest in electricity projects in the country. Samsung Group, for instance, in late September clinched a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Planning and Investment, to develop infrastructure projects, with a … Continue reading

Will Samsung find its opportunities in power sector in Vietnam?

By Vietnamnet, September 19th, 2013 Samsung moves ahead with its plan to develop power projects in Vietnam. However, it’s still unclear if it can succeed in the energy sector, once the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) remains the only wholesale buyer. Samsung eyeing Vietnamese power sector According to Nguyen Khac Tho, Deputy General Director of the … Continue reading

Developing Wind Power In Vietnam

By VOV, July 15th, 2013 Vietnam possesses considerable potential for the development of wind power, an energy sector which has generated strong interest from domestic and foreign investors. However, to fully exploit this endless source of energy, besides support policies, investors will feel more at ease if there are complete pricing and trading mechanisms. According … Continue reading

Ikea Plans €1.5bn Investment in Wind and Solar Energy Through to 2015 as Part of New Sustainability Strategy

Posted on October 25, 2012 by Anric Alongside its energy and resource goals, the plan commits the company to helping IKEA’s 770 million customers save money through the use of more efficient products, improving sustainability throughout its supply chain, and supporting human rights and education efforts. Steve Howard, chief sustainability officer at IKEA Group, told reporters that the … Continue reading

EVN Buys Wind Power in Bac Lieu | Saigon Times

Tuesday,  August 28,2012,21:24 (GMT+7) By Van Nam – The Saigon Times Daily HCMC – Cong Ly Construction-Trading-Tourism Co. on Monday signed a contract of selling power of its wind power project in Bac Lieu Province to Vietnam Electricity Group (EVN) at 7.8 U.S. cents per kWh. To Hoai Dan, director of the firm, told the Daily on Monday … Continue reading

Ninh Thuan KOs Slow Wind Power Project

Ninh Thuan has revoked the investment certificate of Cong Hai wind power plant invested by Canada’s Greta Energy Inc due to slow implementation, Dau Tu reports. With a designed capacity of 66 MW, the wind turbine factory covering 310 hectares was said to require a total investment capital of VND1.19 trillion.