More News and Commentary

Vietnam Is Ripe for a 21st-Century Energy Policy

Over-Reliant on Coal-Fired Electricity and Not Ambitious Enough on Renewables

This past January, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung announced an auspicious review of new coal-fired power plants and a halt to existing coal-fired electricity-generation development in Vietnam. It was a hopeful indication that the country with the world’s third largest “pipeline” of such projects was moving away from coal. Two months later, the government came […]

Read More →