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Viet Nam faces severe power shortage for next few years
Viet Nam imported about 2.2 billions kWh of electricity from China in the first seven months of this year, 13.2 per cent more than in the same period last year, according to Electricity of Viet Nam
Green light issued for $112m power plant
The go-ahead to develop a thermo-electric power plant was given on Thursday to An Khanh Thermo-electric Power JSC by the Thai Nguyen provincial People’s Committee
Work starts on $577m thermal power plant
Work has started on a US$577 million Mao Khe thermo-electric plant in northern Quang Ninh Province
President breaks ground on $700m power project
President Nguyen Minh Triet broke ground for construction of a 750MW thermo-power plant in Nhon Trach District, Dong Nai Province, on Saturday
New power plants on way
Construction of two power plants with a combined electrical capacity of 1,950MW is scheduled to begin this month according to contracts signed here yesterday.
Nuclear power plan in pipeline
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has announced a plan to build two nuclear power plants in the central province of Ninh Thuan which will be operational from 2020 to 2022
PM to dedicate massive Ca Mau power plant
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung is scheduled to dedicate the gas-fueled power plant of the Ca Mau Gas Power-Fertiliser-Complex on the lunar New Year’s Eve tonight
Competitive energy industry still possible
HA NOI — Trials show that Viet Nam can still have a competitive market for electricity,according to a report released by the Viet Nam Electricity Regulatory Authority yesterday.
EVN to build two Cambodian plants
(15-09-2007)
HA NOI — Electricity of Viet Nam officially announced on Wednesday that it will begin construction of two hydroelectric plants in Cambodia using investment capital totalling US$600 million.
Phu My thermoelectric plant adds oomph to nation’s power supply
(12-09-2007)
HA NOI — Phu My thermo-electricity plant resumed operations last Friday, supplying 1,100mW to the national electricity network, according to the National Electricity Dispatching Centre.
Nuclear energy to power up by 2025
(01-09-2007)
HA NOI — Viet Nam plans to build two or three nuclear power plants with a total capacity of 8,000 MW and at an estimated cost of US$16 billion by 2025.

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