In the early of this year, on the day of 06th of January, At Mui year; that’s 24/2/2015, the first completed turbine pillar at Phase 2 in Bac Lieu wind power plant was successfully erected.
Power transformer with large capacity, high voltage under IEC60076 standard manufactured firstly in Vietnam has met the operational requirements in the national electricity system with its quality equalling to those of large firms from all around the world.
Vice Chairman for People Committee of Hanoi city, Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Tuan has signed the Decision No. 5468 / QD-UBND to recognize the key industrial product of 2014. Accordingly, there are 32 products from 28 enterprises to be recognized as the major product of Hanoi including power transformers Dong Anh Electrical Equipment Manufacture Corporation.
Because of the increasing demand for electricity in the district, Dong Anh Electrical Equipment Manufacture Corporation is honored to provide 110kV transformers (at capacity of 63MVA) for Dong Anh 110kV substation to satisfy demand for highly increasing load in order to contribute to stabilize the regional power grid.
As permitted by the US government, US Trade and Development Agency has supported Ministry of Industry and Trade from official development assistance source of more than USD700,000 to implement projects of technical assistance.
On 23/9, in Hanoi, Mr. Pham Le Thanh - General Director of Vietnam Electricity (EVN) had his courtesy to Mr. Daniel Poneman - Deputy Minister of US Energy. Both two parties discussed important issues related to energy cooperation between the two countries.
The Government issued Decree 137/2013/ND-CP implementing the Law on Electricity on 21 October 2013.
Construction on the first nuclear power plant will be delayed for a couple of years instead of the 2014 schedule to ensure optimum safety and security, Science and Technology Minister Nguyen Quan has said.
A wind power plant in the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu contributed 31 million kWh of power to the national grid after one year of operation.
The Electricity of Vietnam National Power Transmission Corporation (EVNNPT) plans to spend a record 19.51 trillion VND (929 million USD) on transmission projects in 2015 so as to ensure power supply for the south.