Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Tran Duy Dong

Vietnam determinedly improving traffic congestion in Central Highlands

Compared to the time adopting Resolution No. 10-NQ/TW by the Politburo on January 18, 2022 on maintaining the stability of political security in the border areas, Resolution No.23 of the Government this time leans more on attracting investments for economic growth of the Central Highlands. This is the comment of Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Tran Duy Dong in the interview conducted by Sai Gon Giai Phong (SGGP) Newspaper.

Trillion-dong solar power projects wait for going online

Trillion-dong solar power projects wait for going online

In response to the Government's policy of solar power development, many businesses have invested trillions of Vietnamese dong. However, for many objective and subjective reasons, many projects could not complete before January 1, 2021, so they cannot sell electricity, wasting billions of Vietnamese dong every day.
Rooftop solar power projects encounter many difficulties

Rooftop solar power projects encounter many difficulties

Responding to the Government's policy of encouraging the development of solar power, many businesses across the country have invested in solar power. Ironically, many investors now have to worry about debts piling up.
EVN to boost clean energy development

EVN to boost clean energy development

The Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) will invest more in clean energy in the years ahead to meet the rising demand for power in national development.
Thermal power slumps as renewable energy soars 180 percent

Thermal power slumps as renewable energy soars 180 percent

According to Vietnam Electricity (EVN), in the first quarter of this year, electricity mobilized from gas-fired thermal power plants and coal-fired thermal power plants must cut by 12-21 percent compared to last year because renewable energy (solar power) increased rapidly by up to 180 percent.