Vietnam to develop 5,000 MW of offshore wind power by 2030

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Provinces and cities want to add to the national power development plan 110,000 MW of offshore wind power, but the Ministry of Industry and Trade has only approved an additional 5,000 MW.

Vietnam to develop 5,000 MW of offshore wind power by 2030

This information was released by Dang Hoang An, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade, at a recent workshop on developing offshore wind power in Vietnam.

According to An, with Vietnam’s commitment to reach zero emissions by 2050 at COP 26, there will be a detailed roadmap for industries, including clean energy and renewable energy.

He said the Ministry of Industry and Trade is finalizing the draft power plan VIII, with a target to develop 5,000 MW of offshore wind power by 2030 and about 40,000 MW by 2045. Compared to the scenario introduced in early November of 4,000 MW by 2030, in this updated plan, offshore wind power capacity increased by 1,000 MW.

Out of 5,000 MW of offshore wind power that Vietnam will develop by 2030, the North will develop 2,000 MW, and the South will develop 3,000 MW. By 2045, with a capacity increase to over 40,000 MW, offshore wind power will account for 12% of the total power sources.

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Vietnam to develop 5,000 MW of offshore wind power by 2030

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