China PV Snippets: Zhongli, Chint, Yingli, Sineng, Trina
Zhongli Sells 130 MW PV Station; Chint Partners With Wuerhe Govt; Yingli Delivers PV Modules To Middle East Plants; Sineng Invests RMB 50 Mn; 2 Linyang PV Projects Gird-Connected; Trina Completes 35 MW Solar Plant Construction
Thursday, 07 Jan 2021
Zhongli to sell 130 MW PV power station: In a company announcement, solar module supplier Zhongli Group said that three of its wholly-owned subsidiaries have signed an equity transfer agreement with China Power Investment.
Vietnam: Rooftop Solar Installed Capacity Exceeds 9.5 GW
Vietnam Reports 9.5 GW Installed Rooftop Solar PV Capacity Till January 5, 2021—Exceeding 1 GW Target 5 Years Ahead Of Scheduled 2025 Date—Thanks To Rush To Avail Attractive Feed-in-Tariff Before December 31, 2020 Deadline
Tuesday, 05 Jan 2021
Till January 5, 2021, Vietnam’s installed rooftop solar PV capacity reached 9,583 MW with 101,996 installations, according to Electricity of Vietnam (EVN). This capacity fed 1,337,093 MWh to the grid till the end of the reporting period.
6 GW Cell/Module Production Plans For Vietnam
Solar Panel Manufacturer VSUN To Build PV Industrial Park With 4 GW High Efficiency Modules & 2 GW High Efficiency Solar Cells In Vietnam
Monday, 04 Jan 2021
For an estimated $300 million investment, solar panel maker VSUN plans to set up a PV industrial park where it will set up 4 GW worth of high efficiency solar module production capacity along with 2 GW high efficiency solar cell capacity, over the next 2 years.
Vietnam Releases New Solar Feed-In-Tariffs
Solar FITs 2.0 Announced By Vietnam Government For Ground Mounted, Rooftop & Floating Solar Projects Commissioned Till December 31, 2020
Monday, 13 Apr 2020
According to Duane Morris LLP law firm, the new solar FITs in Vietnam accord some certainty to the market but the short commissioning deadline in times of global lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic is not in good taste.
Vietnam Installed 50.7 MW Rooftop Solar In January 2020
Cumulative Rooftop Solar Power Capacity Of Vietnam Till January 31, 2020 Reached Over 428 MW With January Adding 50.7 MW: VEPG
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020
The VEPG factsheet on Vietnam’s rooftop solar space shares monthly statistics on its growth. It shows from 378 MW installed by the end of December 2019, the country added 50.7 MW in the subsequent month to take the total to 428.6 MW.
Akcome Mounting System For 616 MW Vietnam Plant
Largest Single Sited Solar Power Plant in Vietnam With 616 MW Capacity To Use Fixed Mounting System From Akcome, China
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020
Akcome Technology will deliver a fixed mounting system for 556 MW of a 616 MW solar power plant in Vietnam beginning mid-March 2020 and ship all product by June 2020.
378 MW: Vietnam’s Rooftop Solar Capacity Till Dec 2019
Vietnam Energy Partnership Group Says EVN Data Shows Total Installed Rooftop Solar Power Capacity Of Vietnam Till Dec 2019 Was 378 MW
Monday, 24 Feb 2020
As per installed rooftop solar capacity by customer group in Vietnam till December 2019, large system sizes helped the industrial segment take the cake for the highest installed capacity, even though the household/residential segment has the highest number of installed systems.
Vietnam Planning To Tender 1 GW Solar Capacity In 2020
World Bank Recommends Vietnam To Hold Competitive Auctions For Solar PV Under Substation Based & Solar Parks Bidding Rounds; Country Planning Pilot Tender To Award 1 GW In 2020
Friday, 14 Feb 2020
The World Bank in its handbook for competitive auction framework for the Vietnamese solar market explores the scope for 18 GW of solar PV capacity with battery storage through annual auctions until 2030.
Vietnam Mulling Pilot For Corporate Power Purchasers
Ministry Of Industry & Trade Vietnam Contemplating Up To 1 GW Renewable Energy Power Supply To Private Sector Under Corporate PPA Pilot, Says Law Firm Baker McKenzie
Sunday, 09 Feb 2020
Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) proposal for a DPPA pilot in Vietnam initially envisaged up to 400 MW capacity to be allocated but was scaled up to 1 GW due to asks of large power consumers, says Baker McKenzie.
$0.0935/kWh Rooftop Solar FIT To Continue In Vietnam
Electricity Of Vietnam To Continue With $0.0935/kWh As Feed-In-Tariff Rate For Rooftop Solar Power Systems Installed Till 2021
Wednesday, 29 Jan 2020
The FIT of $0.0935 per kWh for Vietnam’s rooftop solar power segment has got an extension till 2021, according to the EVN.
Vietnam Switching To Auctions From Solar FITs
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc Issues Notification For Country To Move Towards Competiitve Auction Based Mechanism For Large-Scale Solar PV Development
Monday, 09 Dec 2019
The new notification issued by Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (in the picture) for guiding solar power development in the country towards auctions takes into account the mistakes and learnings from the FIT regime.
$0.0709/kWh For Large-Scale Vietnam PV Projects
Thursday, 26 Sep 2019
After the hugely successful FIT1 catapulted Vietnam into the big league of global solar PV markets but expired in June, the country seems to be preparing to launching FIT2 soon. Pictured is a rooftop solar installation in Vietnam.
Vietnamese Province Proposes 5.4 GW Solar PV
Dong Nai Province In Vietnam Proposes Ministry Of Industry & Trade To Set Up Eight Solar Power Plants On Tri An Lake With Aggregate Capacity Of 5.4 GW: Media
Tuesday, 24 Sep 2019
Tri An Lake - on which the Dong Nai authorities propose to build eight solar projects with 5.4 GW capacity - is a manmade lake used to store water from Tri An Hydroelectric plant (in the picture).
Vietnam: Over 4 GW PV Grid Connected By June 2019
Vietnam Grid Connects 82 Solar PV Plants Representing Over 4.46 GW Capacity Till June 30, 2019; Expects Another 630 MW Until Year End, Says Electricity Of Vietnam
Wednesday, 03 Jul 2019
From less than 150 MW solar power capacity in mid-April 2019, Vietnam saw grid connection boost to a total of 82 solar power plants with a cumulative capacity of 4,464 MW. Before the year ends 630 MW more is likely to come online.
20.5 MW Floating Solar Capacity Online In Vietnam
Electricity Of Vietnam Announces Grid Connection Of 20.5 MW Floating Solar Power Capacity As Phase I Of Planned 47.5 MW Plant; Expects 75 Solar Power Plants With 4 GW Being Energized By June 30, 2019
Tuesday, 21 May 2019
A 47.5 MW floating solar power plant is planned for the reservoir of 175 MW Da Mi Hydropower plant in Vietnam. Of this, 20.5 MW has come online (in the picture) on a 50-hectare area with 143,940 solar panels.
Over 4 GW Rooftop Solar Potential For Vietnam
Rooftop Solar Power Potential For Vietnam Over Next Decade Pegged At More Than 4 GW By Investment Manager VinaCapital, With C&I Segment Claiming 95%
Tuesday, 16 Apr 2019
As per Dezan Shira & Associates, till July 2018, Vietnam had a total of 11.55 MW of rooftop solar capacity in the form of 748 projects. Now, VinaCapital believes its potential is more than 4 GW for the next 10 years.
Vietnam FIT May Get Extension
Government Of Vietnam Proposes To Extend Feed-In-Tariff Scheme For Solar Power Plants Till June 30, 2021, Gradually Reducing Applicable Rates, But Conditions Apply
Sunday, 17 Feb 2019
Vietnam's government has proposed that solar FIT levels in high-irradiation regions fwill be reduced from $0.0935 per kWh down to $0.0659.
New Payment Scheme For Rooftop Solar In Vietnam
Vietnam To Replace Net Metering Scheme For Rooftop Solar Power Generation Allowing For Direct Purchase Of Solar Power From Sellers
Wednesday, 23 Jan 2019
As the Vietnam government hasn’t put down any specific guidelines for PPAs to be entered between its utility EVN and the rooftop solar power seller, the utility found it difficult to execute such an agreement, according to Oliver Massmann from Duane Morris LLP law firm.
TTC Group Switches On 49 MW PV Plant In Vietnam
49 MW Krông Pa Solar Power Plant Officially Inaugurated In Vietnam’s Gia Lai Province; TTC Group Calls It Country’s Second & Largest PV Project
Thursday, 06 Dec 2018
The 49 MW Krông Pa Solar power plant started commercial operations on November 4, 2018, but the official inauguration took place on December 3, 2018.
AC Energy To Build 80 MW PV In Vietnam
AC Energy & AMI Renewables Sign EPC And Financing Agreements For Solar Power Projects With 80 MW Cumulative Capacity In Vietnam’s Khanh Hoa & Dak Lak Provinces
Tuesday, 16 Oct 2018
A subsidiary of Ayala Corporation, AC Energy will develop 80 MW PV capacity in Vietnam together with AMI Renewables. The two companies signed EPC and financing agreements with Indovina and RCBC for the project.
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