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GIF sponsors US$ 1.5 million for solar power auction program in Vietnam

The Steering Committee of Global Infrastructure Fund (GIF) has just approved the sponsor of US$ 1.5 million for World Bank (WB) and Vietnamese Government to carry out the pilot program of solar power auction. Accordingly, GIF cooperated with the Energy Department of the World Bank to support Vietnamese Government to design and build the program […]

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Vietnam Energy Plan 2.0 makes stronger case for renewable energy

HÀ NỘI: The Việt Nam Business Forum (VBF) on Thursday launched the second edition of the Made in Việt Nam Energy Plan (MVEP 2.0) which recommends a diversified energy system prioritising domestic energy resources. The new plan has been developed during a time of fast-paced transition towards renewable energy in global and local markets. The […]

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ADB, European Union, and ASEAN Countries Partner to Boost Green Infrastructure

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: The European Union (EU) announced today it is preparing to support the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) Catalytic Green Finance Facility (ACGF) with €50 million ($54.9 million) to help governments prepare and catalyze public and private financing for climate-friendly infrastructure projects across Southeast Asia. Launched in April 2019 and managed by the […]

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JICA investment in LEAP Fund to provide project finance for solar power plant in Vietnam

On January 22, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) signed a $37.8 million loan agreement with TTC Energy Development Investment Joint Stock Company (TTC Energy) to provide the first project finance for solar power project in Vietnam. $7.6 million of which will be provided in the form of a concessional non-parallel loan to be drawn from […]

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In the Race to Power Vietnam, Green Energy Grows Faster Than Policies Can Catch Up

  For a few months earlier this year, it seemed like there was no stopping the wave of renewable energy projects coming online in Vietnam. In March, the Srepok 1-Quang Minh solar power plant, Vietnam’s largest at the time, opened in Dak Lak Province. In September, it was surpassed by the Dau Tieng Solar Power […]

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