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Cars

Arriving at the VinFast factory in Hai Phong, the first thing you notice is the massive scale of the property. Calling it a factory...

Cars

VinFast has begun deliveries of its first electric SUV in its home market ahead of planned sales in Europe and America.

Clean Power

As we wrote in May, Vietnam has become a surprising solar power champion in the past year. Well, it shot into the role in...

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In Vietnam, banks are shunning coal; enabling the nation to shine brightly as a solar champion. A cantaloupe farmer noticed the sun shining on...

Clean Power

Renewables are the primary choice for new electricity generation in Vietnam, Australia, and the US and the pace of adoption is accelerating.

Clean Power

In 2017, Vietnam made a plan to attract 850 MW of new solar power. Two years later, they have 6 times that amount.

Clean Power

The Global Wind Energy Council expects Vietnam will install 1 gigawatt (GW) of new onshore wind capacity by 2021 in a move it believes...

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Environmental activist Nguy Thi Khanh has been working for the socially just development of Vietnam and Southeast Asia for almost 20 years, and received...

Clean Power

Located on the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia, Vietnam is maybe not the first country you think of when talking about renewable energy and...

Clean Power

Chinese solar manufacturer JA Solar announced last week that it had secured a $68 million loan with China Minsheng Bank for the equipment at the...

Agriculture

The Fraunhofer Institute has constructed four agrophotovoltaic installations, three in Chile and one in Vietnam. They show that combining solar power with agriculture can...

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