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Towards Carbon Neutrality by 2050 – The Mechanisms for clean power projects in Vietnam

Towards Carbon Neutrality by 2050 – The Mechanisms for clean power projects in Vietnam

On April 7, 2022, in Hanoi, with the participation and chair of the Committee on Science, Technology and Environment of Vietnam National Assembly, the State Bank of Vietnam, the Climate change Department (Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment), Institute of Energy (Ministry of Industry and Trade - MOIT), Vietnamese and international organizations and enterprises… Scientific Council of Vietnam Energy Review organized a Vietnam Clean Energy Forum (The Second) with the Subject: "Towards carbon neutrality - Mechanisms, policies, technology and finance for wind, solar and gas power projects" and "Awarding TOP 10 Wind and Solar Power Investors with the best Technology, Equipment and Services in Vietnam in 2021”.
Upcoming event- The Second Vietnam Clean Energy Forum

Upcoming event- The Second Vietnam Clean Energy Forum

On April 07, 2022, in Hanoi, with the participation of the Scientific-Technologic and Environmental Committee of Vietnam Assembly, State Bank, Climate Change Department- Ministry of Natural Resource and Environment (MNRE), Institute of Energy- Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT), Vietnam and International Organizations and Enterprises… Scientific Council of Vietnam Energy Review and Vietnam Energy Information Center organize the Vietnam Clean Energy Forum (the Second) with the subject: "Towards Net Carbon –the Mechanisms, Policies, Technologies and Finance for the Solar, Wind and Gas power projects”.
It’s time for sustainability for today and future generations

It’s time for sustainability for today and future generations

Over the past 170 years of development, Germany’s Siemens Group has been continuously improving energy efficiency. Dr. Pham Thai Lai, President and CEO of Siemens Vietnam, spoke with Vietnam Energy Review about how the firm can become the world’s first major industrial company to achieve a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030, and contribute to Vietnam’s sustainable energy mix and greenhouse gas emission reduction.