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Vietnam set to extend Feed-in-Tariff

June 12, 2020,   by James Bernthal-Hooker

The key matter here is the Prime Minister’s support for extending the feed-in-tariff (FiT) for wind projects beyond next year. The current FiT rate of 8.5 UScent/kWh (onshore) and 9.8 UScent/kWh...

Category: Vietnam FIT

Vietnam might maintain FITs for 3 GW of approved large-scale PV projects

February 21, 2020,   by Emiliano Bellini

Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) sent a report to the government on Tuesday in which it recommends maintaining feed-in tariffs for large-scale PV projects, rather than switching to...

Category: Vietnam FIT

Vietnam confirms 20-year FIT for rooftop PV will be maintained at $0.0935/kWh

January 27, 2020,   by Emiliano Bellini

Vietnam’s state-owned utility EVN has confirmed that it will maintain the 20-year feed-in tariff for rooftop PV installations not exceeding 100 kW in size at the rate of $0.0935/kWh until 2021.

Category: Vietnam FIT, News on Solar Energy

Vietnam to raise FiT for biomass power projects

January 17, 2020,  

The draft decision, among other revisions, proposes increasing feed-in-tariffs (FiT) for biomass power projects.

Category: Vietnam FIT

Vietnam to lower tariffs for solar power

January 16, 2020,   by Anh Minh

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has proposed a new feed-in tariff 32 percent lower than the earlier incentive rate. It wants a fixed rate of 7.09 cents per kWh, down from the 9.35 cents offered...

Category: Vietnam FIT

Gusty growth: Vietnam’s remarkable wind energy story

November 19, 2019,   by Tim Daubach

The latest feed-in-tariff for onshore projects, introduced last year, stands at 8.5 US cents/kWh, while offshore wind power generators will be paid 9.8 US cents for every kWh of power exported to the...

Category: Vietnam FIT, News on Large Wind

Vietnam leading ASEAN’s solar PV market

November 12, 2019,   by Jason Thomas

Vietnamese state-owned utility company, Vietnam Electricity (EVN) stated that as many as 82 plants with a combined capacity of 4.45 GW were connected to the national grid as of 30 June, allowing them...

Category: Vietnam FIT, News on Solar Energy

Vietnam may cut FITs for large scale solar 20%

September 25, 2019,   by Emiliano Bellini

The tariff for rooftop PV will be maintained at $0.0935/kWh but payments for ground-mounted and floating solar could be cut to $0.0709/kWh and $0.0769, respectively. The previous FIT scheme,...

Category: Vietnam FIT

New solar FiTs in Vietnam to depend on location, type of system

March 1, 2019,  

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) of Vietnam is planning to introduce a new solar feed-in tariff (FiT) programme from July 1, 2019 that will offer different rates depending on the location...

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Vietnam mulls multi-layered FIT scheme as it kicks energy transition into gear

February 13, 2019,   by Marija Maisch

With its feed-in tariff set to expire at the end of June, Vietnam is considering different levels of payment, classified across three irradiation regions and involving four solar technologies. Future...

Category: Vietnam FIT

Vietnam raises wind power price to encourage development

October 22, 2018,  

The Government has recently decided to increase price of wind power to encourage the development of this energy after eight years imposing the Feed in Tariff (Fit) of 7.8 US cent/kWh, which is said...

Category: Vietnam FIT

Vietnam Solar feed in tariff to remain fixed through end of 2020

August 31, 2018,   by Giles T. Cooper

Vietnam’s government has agreed to extend the period for the implementation of Decision No.11/2017/QD-TTg dated 11 April 2017 of the Government.

Category: Vietnam FIT

Low feed-in tariff freezes wind power projects

August 29, 2017,  

Although wind power development is considered a great potential sector in Vietnam, investors have been hesitant to develop new or expand their existing projects due to the low regulated selling price...

Category: Vietnam FIT

Vietnam releases FIT and net metering scheme for solar

April 19, 2017,   by Emiliano Bellini

The Vietnamese government has issued the long-expected FIT scheme for solar energy projects. The 20-year FIT was set at VND 2,086 ($0.091)/kWh. Furthermore, a net metering mechanism is expected to...

Category: Vietnam FIT

The World Bank report on retail tariff increase solutions to recover electricity of Vietnam

May 9, 2016,   by Oliver Massmann

Electricity infrastructure capacity is limited, operation of certain power projects has been delayed, and private investors are reluctant to invest in the sector due to their concern of low rates of...

Category: Vietnam FIT

Vietnam Faces Uphill Battle to Harness Renewable Energy

May 18, 2015,   by Voice of America

"There's nothing that can make up for a feed-in tariff that's in the single digits," said Daniel Potash, chief of party at the Private Financing Advisory Network for Asia program, under the U.S....

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Vietnam: Ground-Breaking Feed-In Tariff For Waste-To-Energy Projects In Vietnam

June 20, 2014,   by Manfred Otto and Giles T. Cooper

Article 14 of the Decision provides a ground-breaking feed-in tariff for power suppliers of up to "VND 2,114/kWh (equivalent to 10.05 US cents/kWh)". This is more than 25 percent higher than the 7.8...

Category: Vietnam FIT

Vietnamese Wind Tariff

August 3, 2013,   by Paul Gipe

Below is the Vietnamese feed-in tariff for wind energy that has been in effect since 2011. DECISION ON MECHANISMS FOR SUPPORT AND DEVELOPMENT OF WIND POWER PROJECTS IN VIETNAM, June 29th,...[more]

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Vietnam Drafts FIT Proposal

January 20, 2011,   by Paul Gipe

  Vietnam's program is il-defined and limited, providing a tariff only for wind energy. Further, the tariff is supplemented by a government subsidy, presumably paid by taxpayers in the communist...[more]

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Renewable Energy Tariffs in Vietnam

January 7, 2011,   by Paul Gipe

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