Markets - 24/February/2022

Grid curtailment jeopardises Vietnam’s transition

Vietnam’s government has set some ambitious goals for renewable energy, matched by generous subsidies. But the impact of substantial renewables growth will be limited if the power cannot reach the end-users



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