Vietnam develops nuclear energy

Source: Pano feed

(VOV) – Vietnam’s national strategy for energy development until 2020 with a vision to 2050 is aimed at ensuring enough energy supply to socio-economic development.

It diversifies different resources such as renewable energy, bio-energy and nuclear energy which need to be developed in line with environment protection.

This was emphasised by Le Tuan Phong, Deputy Director of the Energy Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, at a meeting in Singapore on October 28.


Phong said to meet the demand for energy from 7% in the 2010- 2020 period and 5% in the next 10 years), Vietnam will exploit around 19 billion cub.m of natural gas in the 2015-2025 period and put the first nuclear energy generator into operation in 2020, first with a capacity of 1,000MW, then up to around 4,000MW in 2025 and 15,000MW in 2030.

Phong affirmed that Vietnam will continue to improve the business and investment environment, harmonise technical standards, accelerate international cooperation and set up mechanisms for technology transfer.

The meeting is under the framework of Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) taking place from October 28 to November 1.

Đăng ký: VietNam News