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The remarks must be noted in Wind power project contract in Vietnam

The remarks must be noted in Wind power project contract in Vietnam
At present, in Vietnam many wind power projects (WPPs) deployed, but there is no sample contract pattern established for this type of projects, so WPP EPC contractors and turbine suppliers still have a lot of questions and it is necessary to study and complete.
The new regulations on defining electricity generation prices, the order of checking power purchase agreement

The new regulations on defining electricity generation prices, the order of checking power purchase agreement

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) has just promulgated Circular No. 57/2020/TT-BCT (Circular 57) on the method for defining electricity generation prices and the order for checking power purchase agreement (PPA), and on amending and supplementing a number of clauses of the Circular No 57/2014/TT-BCT dated 19/12/2014 of MOIT minister on the method and order to formulating and promulgating the framework of electricity generation prices.
The Prime Minister's opinion on reviewing wind power projects, appraisal for which has been completed

The Prime Minister's opinion on reviewing wind power projects, appraisal for which has been completed

The Prime Minister (PM) has just issued Document No. 196 / TTg-CN dated February 18, 2021 to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) on reporting the reviewing results of the wind power projects, appraisal for which has been completed.
Proposing to adjust peak generation hours and tariff of avoided costs for small and medium hydropower projects

Proposing to adjust peak generation hours and tariff of avoided costs for small and medium hydropower projects

The Vietnam Energy Association (VEA) has just sent a document to the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT), the Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA) and Vietnam Electricity (EVN) on “Adjusting peak power generation hours and tariff of avoided costs for small and medium hydropower projects in 2021”.
Stop to receive the connection and purchase electricity of the rooftop solar power projects

Stop to receive the connection and purchase electricity of the rooftop solar power projects

The Prime Minister's Decision No. 13/2020 / QD-TTg dated April 6, 2020 on the mechanism to encourage solar power development in Vietnam will expire after the date 31/12/2020 and so far there is no new Decision of the Prime Minister and the next guidance of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) for these issues. Therefore, the EVN should stop receiving and solving requirements on connection and signing power purchase agreement (PPA) for the rooftop solar power projects developed after December 31, 2020 until the new guidelines from the competence authorities.
Update the potential of energy resources and  the ability to exploit these réources in Vietnam

Update the potential of energy resources and the ability to exploit these réources in Vietnam

At present, the Ministry of Industry and Trade is directing to establish Energy Development Planning (EDP) in Vietnam for period 2021 – 2030 with a vision up to 2045.
Promulgating the list of key energy users in 2019

Promulgating the list of key energy users in 2019

The Prime Minister (PM) has promulgated the list of 3006 key energy users in the whole country by 2019. Accordingly, the total number of key energy users in 2019 Including 2,441 industrial, 15 agricultural, 84 transport and 466 construction units.
Temporarily stopping to supplement  wind power projects to the PDP VII (adjusted)

Temporarily stopping to supplement wind power projects to the PDP VII (adjusted)

Due to not much time for individual appraising wind power projects to submit the Power Development Planning VIII (PDP VIII), the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) has decided to stop appraising wind power projects for supplementation to PDP VII (adjusted).
The Regulations on administrative punishing in the oil and gas sector in Vietnam

The Regulations on administrative punishing in the oil and gas sector in Vietnam

The Government has just issued Decree No. 99/2020/ ND-CP on the regulations to punish the administrative violations in the petroleum relevant activities (searching, exploring, exploiting and trading petroleum). The Decree stipulates the maximal administrative violation in exploring and exploiting oil and gas as 01 billion VND for an individual and 02 billion VND for an organization.
The Regulations on development and PPA for the solar power projects

The Regulations on development and PPA for the solar power projects

The Minister of Industry and Trade has just issued Circular No. 18/2020 / TT-BCT to regulate development and model power purchase agreement (PPA) for the solar power projects (Circular 18).
There will be 'one-price tariff' for electricity customers to choose

There will be 'one-price tariff' for electricity customers to choose

Sharing with the press on July 8, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Hoang Quoc Vuong informed: Besides the electricity tariff with 5 price ladders instead of the current tariff with 6 ladders, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) will additionally submit an ‘one-price tariff’ for the electricity customers to choose.
A proposal to extend the mechanism on supporting wind power development

A proposal to extend the mechanism on supporting wind power development

The Binh Thuan Wind Power Association has proposed the Prime Minister (PM) and Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) to extend the mechanism on supporting wind power development in Decision No 39/2018/QĐ-TTg for 14 months.
New regulations on wind power development to avoid overlapping planning

New regulations on wind power development to avoid overlapping planning

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) has just issued the Unified Document No. 07/VBHN-BCT for regulating wind power development and Standardized Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for wind power projects.
The role of VEA in the energy development of Vietnam

The role of VEA in the energy development of Vietnam

Vietnam Energy Association (VEA) is a voluntary social-professional organization of 330 organizations and individuals operating in the energy sector, or in the fields related to the energy. Following many effective activities from previous years, in 2019 VEA implemented many active activities, contributing to the overall achievement of Vietnam's energy industry.
Principles and processes for adjusting, supplementing power projects into PDP

Principles and processes for adjusting, supplementing power projects into PDP

The Party Staff-Member Board of Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) has just issued Resolution No. 21-NQ/BCSĐ, dated January 10, 2020 on the principles and processes for adjusting and supplementing the power projects into the power development planning (PDP) in an order of prioritizing the grid first, power plant latter, and prioritizing the areas with a few renewable energy (RE) projects and areas with an ability to release capacities of power plants.
Stopping to consider SPPs under FIT mechanism

Stopping to consider SPPs under FIT mechanism

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) has just issued Document No. 9608/BCT-DL, dated December 16, 2019, to the People's Committees of the provinces and cities directly under the Central Government and the Electricity of Vietnam, on stopping proposals and agreements for solar power projects (SPPs) under Feed in Tariff (FIT) mechanism.
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