Friday, June 10, 2005

Wind Energy: Vietnam Wind Power

Vietnam's Thanh Nien newspaper reports that a major Danish development agency has provided funds of over U.S. 51 million dollars (VND820 billion) for a 50.4 megawatt wind power plant in the central Vietnam province of Binh Dinh, local authorities said.

The Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), the sponsor for the future plant, which will comprise of 28 turbines that can produce up to 170 million kWh of electricity every year to ease the chronic power shortage in the region.

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Blogger skangala said...

Is it for the first time that Wind power is being tried out in Vietnam ?

Is wind power commercially viable ?

I am interested in developing new projects in Vietnam. Can I get more information ?

10:34 pm, August 12, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi skangala

I'm from Hanoi, Vietnam. I have good contact in Energy. If your intention is to sell product in Vietnam, pléae email me at hkhanoi05(at)

9:46 pm, August 14, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are there estimates of Vietnam's offshore wind potential?
If it were large, perhaps Vietnam could supply clean and sustainable energy to neighbouring countries including China.

12:03 pm, September 17, 2007  

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