Nguyen Tam Tien, general director of Trungnam Group, affirms that the company has enough resources to build and operate renewable energy projects.
Without clarity on the feed-in-tariff (FiT) scheme from 2022 onward, investors are facing too much uncertainty to commit to new wind projects in Vietnam, jeopardizing the future pipeline and leading to job cuts in the sector.
Thailand’s Gulf Energy Development PCL has affirmed its $200 million investment to acquire 100% shares in two wind power plants in Vietnam, namely Ia Pech 1 and Ia Pech 2.
The People's Committee of Quang Binh province has worked with UPC Renewables Asia I Limited, a subsidiary of UPC Renewables Group (UPC) on the development of two power projects.
Ben Tre Provincial People’s Committee has approved the proposal of Nexif Energy, an independent power producer in Asia and Australia, to develop a wind power project with 80MW capacity in Thanh Hai commune, Thạnh Phu district.
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