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PR - VIetnam Renewable Energy Week 2017 - Renewable Energy: Co- Benefits for Everyone

Hanoi – August 21st 2017, Vietnam Sustainable Energy Alliance (VSEA) in collaboration with Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA) and Southwest Steering Committee organizes the Opening Ceremony of Vietnam Renewable Energy Week 2017

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PR - Project Launch ”Civil society meets renewable energy and energy efficiency“ (E-Enhance)

PRESS RELEASE PROJECT LAUNCH ”Civil society meets renewable energy and energy efficiency“ (E-Enhance)   Hanoi, 21/8/2017   For immediate release   On 21 August, 2017, in Hanoi, Green Innovation and Development Centre (GreenID) holds official launch event ...

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The National Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam voted to scrap the Ninh Thuan nuclear power plants project

The National Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam voted to scrap the Ninh Thuan nuclear power plants project with a majority of more than 90% – a right and ...

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“Feet in tariff” (FIT) policy will create green developmental growth in Vietnam

The Vietnam Sustainable Energy Alliance (VSEA) is the cooperation between 7 NGOs and independent energy experts in Vietnam, established in 2012. VSEA seeks to promote sustainable energy development in Vietnam and Mekong region by promoting an inclusive energy policy making process, introducing sustainable alternative energy solutions for the benefit of local communities and advocating for sustainable energy policies.

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Workshop

Hanoi, September 22th 2015 "Coal and coal power: The unknowns" .

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Extreme weather event unfolds further in Vietnam with toxic spills and flooding now from multiple coal mine and power plant sites surrounding Ha Long Bay

Quang Ninh, Vietnam – August 1, 2015: Ongoing and forecast increased downpours in northeastern Vietnam have now seen toxic spills and flooding from multiple coal mine and power plant sites in the province surrounding the Ha Long Bay World Heritage Site.  

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