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No to nuclear, yes to renewables: Vietnam power and renewable markets H2 2016 summary

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22 December 2016

No to nuclear, yes to renewables: Vietnam power and renewable markets H2 2016 summary

Report summary

In November 2016, Vietnam’s government scrapped its plans to build its first two nuclear power plants with a combined capacity of 4,000 MW in Ninh Thuan province. On the renewables front, if Feed in Tarffis are approved in 2017, the growth of solar could start to be significant. 

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    • Key developments
      • Nuclear Power plants plan scrapped
      • Renewable incentives are being revised
      • Vietnam coal imports on a steep climb
    • Key Changes
    • What to watch

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