Siemens Gamesa to supply turbines for wind farm in Vietnam

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Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy will supply 25 of its 4.5-145 turbines for the 113 MW Hoa Thang 1.2 wind farm in Vietnam. Expected to be commissioned in 2021, the wind farm will generate enough clean energy to power more than 240,000 Vietnamese households.

The deal marks the largest order in the country for Siemens Gamesa, while it has also secured a long-term 10-year service contract. The project is being developed by Hoa Thang Energy Joint Stock Company, a special-purpose vehicle of Vietnam’s construction group Trading Construction Works Organisation. Tiếp tục đọc “Siemens Gamesa to supply turbines for wind farm in Vietnam”

Điện gió ngoài khơi: Kỳ vọng “đầu tàu” mới trong phát triển năng lượng tái tạo tại Việt Nam

ĐCSVN – Theo Hiệp hội Năng lượng Việt Nam, điện gió có thể thay thế nhiệt điện than, khí, phát điện 24/24 giờ…. Do đó, phát triển điện gió ngoài khơi sẽ là mũi nhọn, nòng cốt thay thế cho năng lượng hóa thạch hiện tại.

Việt Nam có tổng công suất gió ước tính khoảng 513.360 MW, lớn nhất khu vực Đông Nam Á, cao gấp 6 lần công suất dự kiến của ngành điện vào năm Đ2020 và lớn hơn nhiều so với tiềm năng các nước trong khu vực như Thái Lan (152.392 MW), Lào (182.252 MW) và Campuchia (26.000 MW). Tiếp tục đọc “Điện gió ngoài khơi: Kỳ vọng “đầu tàu” mới trong phát triển năng lượng tái tạo tại Việt Nam”

Market to Watch: Vietnam Offshore Wind

Offshore wind is primed to become an optimal source of power reserve for Vietnam’s energy system. Its various advantages such as a high scalability, predictability flexibility, and of course its low environmental impact mean that this renewable energy technology can be used to stabilise and decarbonise Vietnam’s electricity system.
Tiếp tục đọc “Market to Watch: Vietnam Offshore Wind”

Giá cho thuê mặt biển của Việt Nam còn thấp

(TBTCVN) – Trao đổi với phóng viên TBTCVN, TS. Dư Văn Toán – Viện Nghiên cứu Biển và Hải đảo Việt Nam cho rằng, đơn giá cho thuê biển theo quy định tại Thông tư liên tịch số 198/2015/TTLT-BTC-BTNMT là quá thấp. Giá thấp sẽ khiến ngân sách nhà nước bị thất thu khoản này.
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Mỗi năm 1 triệu ha biển Việt Nam có giá trị kinh tế tự nhiên khoảng 1.571 tỷ USD.

* PV: Thông tư liên tịch 198/2015/TTLT-BTC-TNMT có quy định về giá thuê mặt biển, trong đó giá cao nhất là 7,5 triệu đồng/ha. Ông có nhận định gì về đơn giá này?
Tiếp tục đọc “Giá cho thuê mặt biển của Việt Nam còn thấp”

Offshore wind farms could power much of coastal China

Sciencedaily.com

February 21, 2020

Source: Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Summary:If China is to meet and exceed its Paris Climate Agreement goal by 2030, it’s going to need to find a way to increase its wind capacity. Researchers found that offshore wind could be a big part of the solution.

Under the Paris Climate Agreement, China committed to rely on renewable resources for 20 percent of its energy needs by 2030. Currently, the country is on track to double that commitment, aiming to hit 40 percent by the next decade. Wind power is critical to achieving that goal. Over the past 20 years, China’s wind power capacity has exploded from 0.3 gigawatts to 161 gigawatts.

But, in recent years, that growth has slowed and the hopes for China’s wind-powered future have dampened.

Why? Location, location, location. Tiếp tục đọc “Offshore wind farms could power much of coastal China”

Khơi nguồn năng lượng biển Việt Nam

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Việt Nam còn rất nhiều tiềm năng năng lượng biển chưa khai phá, cho một tương lai môi trường ít phát thải, giảm ô nhiễm…

Quyết tâm khơi nguồn năng lượng biển

Biến đổi khí hậu, phát thải nhà kính từ các hoạt động sản xuất đang khiến cho Việt Nam khó khăn hơn khi tiếp cận mục tiêu thiên niên kỷ là đảm bảo phát triển kinh tế trong môi trường mang tính bền vững. Một giải pháp hoàn hảo được không ít các chuyên gia, nhà khoa học khuyến nghị hiện nay chính là hãy tận dụng nguồn năng lượng tái tạo.
Tiếp tục đọc “Khơi nguồn năng lượng biển Việt Nam”

Work begins on Lạc Hòa wind power plant in Sóc Trăng

Update: January, 02/2020 – 07:57 VNS

 

Construction of the Lạc Hòa wind power plant began in Sóc Trăng Province on December 31. — VNA/VNS Photo Trung Hiếu

SÓC TRĂNG — Construction of a wind power plant began on Tuesday in the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Sóc Trăng.

The Vĩnh Châu Renewable Energy Joint Stock Company is the main investor of the project, worth more than VNĐ1.3 trillion (US$56 million) in the first phase. Tiếp tục đọc “Work begins on Lạc Hòa wind power plant in Sóc Trăng”

Quang Tri province starts construction of 3 more wind power plants

A ground-breaking ceremony was held in the central province of Quang Tri on December 31 for three wind power plants with a combined capacity of 144 MW.
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Quang Tri province starts construction of 3 more wind power plants hinh anh 1A wind power project in the mountainous district of Huong Hoa, Quang Tri. (Photo: VNA)

Quang Tri (VNA) – A ground-breaking ceremony was held in the central province of Quang Tri on December 31 for three wind power plants with a combined capacity of 144 MW. Tiếp tục đọc “Quang Tri province starts construction of 3 more wind power plants”

Wind Energy

Wind Energy Potential – Vietnam, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, July 27, 2018

Sổ tay đầu tư năng lượng gió tại VN, DAVI Renewable Energies, 30/10/2106

Toàn cảnh chính sách điện mặt trời tại VN tháng 12, 2019

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Vestas Nets EPC Contract for Intertidal Wind Farm in Vietnam

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Vestas has secured an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract for the 50MW Tra Vinh intertidal project in Vietnam.

This marks Vestas’ second intertidal contract in Vietnam within a week, followed by a deal to provide 13 V150-4.2 MW turbines for a 50MW intertidal project in the Bạc Liêu Province for the local EPC construction company Bac Phuong JSC. Tiếp tục đọc “Vestas Nets EPC Contract for Intertidal Wind Farm in Vietnam”

Gusty growth: Vietnam’s remarkable wind energy story

Vietnam is rising as Southeast Asia’s new wind hero, with power capacity soon to dwarf that of all other Asean nations and the world’s biggest offshore wind farm to be built off its windy coast, but challenges remain.

Asia Poised to Become Dominant Market for Wind Energy

IRENA

Wind energy could cover more than one third of global power needs in 2050 reducing global carbon emissions by a quarter, new IRENA report finds

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Beijing, China, 21 October 2019 – Asia could grow its share of installed capacity for onshore wind from 230 Gigawatt (GW) in 2018 to over 2600 GW by 2050, a new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) finds. By that time, the region would become a global leader in wind, accounting for more than 50 per cent of all onshore and over 60 per cent of all offshore wind capacity installed globally.
Tiếp tục đọc “Asia Poised to Become Dominant Market for Wind Energy”

Việt Nam’s energy transition faces challenges

VNN – Update: September, 20/2019 – 09:09
Solar power panels installed in the south-central province of Bình Thuận. The province now has about 95 solar power investors. — VNA/VNS Photo Nguyễn Thanh

Việt Nam News talks to Vietnamese and Danish lawmakers and experts about barriers that Việt Nam has faced in energy transition to reach sustainable development goals, experience from Denmark and the two countries’ partnership in the field.

Lê Hồng Tịnh, vice chairman of National Assembly’s Committee of Science, Technology and Environment

Việt Nam has followed the global trend of developing renewable energy. Located in the equatorial zone, Việt Nam has a natural advantage in solar power. In the context that hydropower potentials are running out and imported coal pollutes the environment, it is a priority of Việt Nam to implement wind and solar power policies.

However, if solar power develops at a too rapid speed, it will cause an imbalance in the power system. A cloud blocking the sun can interrupt the system.

European countries have their power system connected to a general European network. When the grid of one country is interrupted, they buy electricity from the general regional power system. Unlike Việt Nam, the power system is not connected to any regional network. Therefore in case of interrupted transmission, it is difficult to find alternative sources of energy.

Việt Nam has revised the Law on Electricity, Law on Economical and Efficient Use of Energy and related laws to attract and encourage the public to engage in using renewable energy.

The Vietnam Electricity has offered assistance of VNĐ1 million (US$43) for each household installing solar-powered water heaters. Now we have to adopt policies in which families can sell extra solar power on their roofs to integrate into the national grid.

We need also an electricity tax policy. The National Assembly has conducted studies to work with the Ministry of Industry and Trade to make amendments and supplements to related laws.

Professor Trần Đình Long, full member of International Academy of Electrotechnical Sciences, vice president of Việt Nam Electrical Engineering Association

Việt Nam has not mapped out an appropriate plan for national electricity structure in the long term. Việt Nam used to target a low proportion of renewable energy in the plan. After that, following the global trend, the proportion of renewable energy has been adjusted to increase.

The percentage of renewable energy accounted for in the national electricity structure needs comprehensive planning on power sources and grids.

Experience from around the world including European countries, China and India shows renewable energy policies start from feed-in tariff and preferential treatment for clean energy. Việt Nam needs to conduct insightful research to adopt a general appropriate feed-in tariff policy. This must answer questions of how electricity prices are supported, through loans or preferential import-export policies.

Dr Vũ Minh Pháp, Institute of Energy Science, Việt Nam Academy of Science and Technology

The barrier of Việt Nam is weakness in technology quality inspection. Technologies of solar and wind power from global manufacturers have entered Việt Nam at a rapid speed. However, there is no Vietnamese unit in charge of inspecting these devices to check whether the technologies are well suited to the Vietnamese environment. Another barrier is that there has been no study in Việt Nam that finds proper answers to the question of how to treat waste after solar and wind power projects reach their end of life.

Steen Gade, former member of Danish Parliament, former chairman of the Climate, Energy and Building Committee

I think Việt Nam needs to combine energy politics with climate issues. Việt Nam needs to combine economic growth with a very strong environmental and climate agenda.

Denmark has experience in involving people. It has been the centre in Denmark when we need high prices of energy, we discuss in public, in media, in organisations, among ordinary people to find out the best solution.

In Denmark, local farmers in rural areas made co-operatives where they own wind mills and they can sell wind power to the grid. That means it was an economic benefit for farmers, at the same time, it started the process of renewable energy. We combine economy and environment and we focus on renewable energy. We have developed action between people, topic discussions, media, education and politics.

Aton Beck, director of global co-operation, Danish Energy Agency

We have very good co-operation with the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade and the electricity of renewable energy authority on how to ensure more renewable energy in Việt Nam’s system. On November 4th, we will launch a new Việt Nam’s energy outlook that will look into different kinds of scenarios for the long-term transition in Việt Nam. There is definitely a huge potential for wind, solar energy and biomass in Việt Nam.

Next year, Denmark will have more than 50 per cent of our electricity consumption based on wind. We can integrate it into our system. In 2028, we will have 100 per cent of electricity consumption based on wind.

Denmark has some good experience and we would like to share with Việt Nam.

Việt Nam has very successful economic growth but it also creates challenges in the energy sector including higher energy demand, higher dependence on coal, higher emissions of greenhouse gases and higher dependence on importing energy with dramatic increase in energy import.

We have good co-operation with the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade to ensure that Việt Nam has the right framework for having international developers coming to Việt Nam to invest. That is really important that you have transparent and simple framework conditions for renewable energy developers. — VNS

Năng lượng tái tạo có thể giúp đạt mục tiêu toàn cầu về khí hậu và năng lượng đồng thời giữ được các dòng sông chảy tự nhiên

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vietnam.panda.org – Posted on 13 May 2019

Hà Nội, ngày 13 tháng 5 năm 2019 – Trong bối cảnh hàng ngàn đập thuỷ điện đang được quy hoạch trên toàn cầu, trong đó có cả khu vực Tiểu vùng sông Mekong Mở rộng, một báo cáo mới đây của WWF và Uỷ ban Bảo vệ Thiên nhiên khẳng định năng lượng tái tạo có thể giải quyết thách thức toàn cầu về năng lượng và khí hậu mà không cần phải hy sinh những dòng sông chảy tự do cũng như những lợi ích đa dạng mà chúng mang lại cho con người và thiên nhiên. Tiếp tục đọc “Năng lượng tái tạo có thể giúp đạt mục tiêu toàn cầu về khí hậu và năng lượng đồng thời giữ được các dòng sông chảy tự nhiên”