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Solar power combined with agriculture or high-tech agriculture both benefits the shortage of on-site power supply and creates more jobs and local agricultural development.
On 4/6, in Binh Nguyen commune, Binh Son district, Quang Ngai, it took place the inauguration ceremony of Binh Nguyen solar power plant. Up to this point, this is the largest solar power plant in Quang Ngai province.
On May 31, 2016, the first Smart Energy Hackathon will take place in Vietnam to develop a sustainable energy ecosystem.
To meet the demand for electricity in Vietnam, coal power will continue to grow in the coming years but wind and solar power will catch up with this trend, according to Reuters.
That is judgment of Dr. Le Hai Hung, Hanoi University of Technology at the workshop on "Solar Energy in Vietnam: Integration with the Power Network: Opportunities and Challenges."
In the context, the Southern region is facing the risk of power shortage, the solutions to save electricity in production and living activities bring high efficiency and need to be replicated to benefit for the country.
At the meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung on March 25, Mr. John Walker - Chairman and CEO of Macquarie Capital Company (Australia) affirmed that he has studied very carefully and will soon invest in renewable energy projects in large scale in Vietnam.
In the context of increasingly limited fuel resources, efficient energy use is an urgent issue.
Mr. Le Thanh Liem - Vice Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee has just signed to issue documents on electricity saving program in the city. The goal is that agencies and units make at least 10% savings in annual electricity costs.
The Prime Minister has approved the National Program on economical and efficient use of energy for the period of 2019 - 2030.
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