Vietnam targets healthily competitive energy market

Vietnam intends to develop a healthily competitive energy market under State regulation, according to a project approved recently by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.

EVN plans to launch competitive retail electricity market next year

EVN plans to launch competitive retail electricity market next year

The Vietnam Electricity (EVN) is eyeing the operation of a competitive retail electricity market in 2021 following its official run of a competitive wholesale market since 2019.

Master plan for a competitive power market

Master plan for a competitive power market

A power development plan for 2021-30 with a vision to 2045 would not only meet electricity demand but also more importantly create a strong association between Viet Nam and other countries in the region...

Ministry mulls direct power sale

Ministry mulls direct power sale

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is considering allowing companies that use a lot of power to buy electricity directly from power plants.

EVN ready to meet increased power demand in 2019

EVN ready to meet increased power demand in 2019

The national power utility EVN has stated that it will get ready to provide sufficient power in order to meet a likely higher demand in 2019.

Competitive electricity wholesale market to open in 2019

Competitive electricity wholesale market to open in 2019

The competitive electricity wholesale market in Vietnam is expected to begin official operations this coming January following a year-long pilot program, opening the field to additional business in...

EVN SPC empowers rural southern areas

EVN SPC empowers rural southern areas

The Southern Power Corporation (EVN SPC) has made greater efforts to light up rural southern areas, investing several trillion Vietnamese dong in rural power systems in 21 provinces and cities in the...

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Vietnam's electricity wholesale market to open next year

The competitive electricity wholesale market will be fully operational starting in 2019 following a successful year-long pilot period.

Competitive power market to resume operation on November 1

Competitive power market to resume operation on November 1

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has decided to resume the operation of the competitive electricity generation market (CGM) on November 1 after a one-month suspension.

High-quality manpower needed for electricity market

High-quality manpower needed for electricity market

A large number of high-quality personnel will be needed to meet the growing demand of the competitive generation market and the competitive wholesale electricity market in the time ahead, according...

Retail power market eyes competitive future

Retail power market eyes competitive future

Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc last month issued Decision No 168/QĐ-TTg approving a five-year (2016-20) restructuring plan for the electricity sector. Đinh Quang Tri, deputy general director of Electricity...

Power market regulations to be ready by 2017

Power market regulations to be ready by 2017

Working on regulations to oversee the competitive power wholesale market are to be completed by June 2017.

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