No power cuts in May, ministry orders

According to the ministry’s Electricity Regulatory Authority, with water levels rising at hydropower plant reservoirs and new power sources coming online, the pressure on power supply should ease in May and June. It also said Vietnam has increased power purchases from China by around 100 million kilowatt-hours per month starting April.

Son La plant surges towards full capacity

Addressing the event, PM Dung stressed the significance of early operation of the first turbine and bringing the plant into operation two years ahead of schedule, saying this was not profitable for the country but also ensures a steady supply of electricity for production and people’s life, especially in the dry-season months of 2011. The Son La hydropower plant is not the largest of its kind in Vietnam and Southeast Asia, but also the first large-scale project designed, constructed, manufactured and installed by Vietnamese engineers and workers, he said.

Construction on Song Chay 5 hydropower plant started

Vu Khac Tiep, the company’s chair of management board revealed that Song Chay 5 hydropower plant had two turbines with total designed capacity of 16MW. The total investment capital for this project was estimated at about 400 billion dong.

First turbine of Song Tranh 2 hydropower plant joins national grid

The hydropower project management board No 3 was the main investor of Song Tranh 2 hydropower plant project that was kicked off in March 2006 in Bac Tra My Dist, Quang Nam province. The hydropower has two turbines with total designed capacity of 190MW. The first turbine of the hydropower plant with designed capacity of 95MW, officially joined the national grid in 12 days earlier.

EVN improves power supply capacity

he group announced that from the beginning of the year up to now, EVN has already officially operated eight turbines under six power plant projects with total designed capacity of 1,310 MW such as Plei Krong hydropower plant, Se San 4 hydropower plant, Ban Ve hydropower plant, Quang Ninh 1 thermo power plant, Hai Phong 1 thermo power plant and Srepok 3 hydropower plant.

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