Vietnam see steady solar growth

An 8 percent per year electricity demand growth is expected in Vietnam and power consumption is said to rise from 275 terrawatt hours (TWh) this year to around 630 TWh in 2030, as a result the country has already invested heavily in 18GW of coal-fired power projects, these slated to been in place by the middle of the decade. Despite this the country has turned to its abundant natural resources of hydro, wind, and solar potential to fill additional demand.   To meet the anticipated generation shortages, numerous projects to build large solar power facilities are underway in Vietnam. Many regions of the country are rewarded with plenty of sunshine and suitable land, so you would think Vietnam

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