As one of the fastest growing economies in the region, Vietnam has seen its electricity demand grow by 15% per year during the last decade, and is expected to see an average annual growth between 11% and 16% until 2020. Such growth is supported by increasing urbanisation and a young population, with a large workforce able to offer an alternative to Chinese manufacturers with increasing labor costs.
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Included in a global Bank-funded task, the photo voltaic driven
electrical power program has been created within Cambodia’s provinces
such as Ratanakiri, Preah Vihear, as well as Siem Enjoy.
The Hoa Binh provincial Science & Technology Analysis, Testing and
Service Center has received the technology transfer to implement the
project on using solar energy and diesel engine to generate electricity
for remote areas.
Vietnam is considered a nation with high solar potential, especially in
the central and southern parts of the country. Solar energy intensity on
the average is 5 kWh/m2. The intensity is lower in the North at about
4kWh/m2 due to the annual winter-spring cloudy and drizzle sky (To Quoc
The 2nd International Exhibition for Renewable and Decentralized Energy
Solutions (ENEREXPO Vietnam 2012) will open on Wednesday, attracting
companies from 11 countries and territories, announced the Ministry of
Science and Technology (MoST) on Monday.
Despite boasting great potential for solar power development, Vietnam
has just made little use of it due to a lack of a detailed roadmap and