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Vietnam’s first station for electric vehicles opens in Da Nang

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Viet Nam’s first electric vehicle quick charger system opened on Monday in the central city of Da Nang.

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ASEAN unveils Green bond standards

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The ASEAN Capital Markets Forum has launched a framework of Green bond standards to catalyze the funding of climate-aligned projects.

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Solar costs to fall further, powering global demand – Irena

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Solar power costs will fall by another 60 percent over the next decade giving an already booming market another boost

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Da Nang to develop nation’s first solar farm

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The central city of Da Nang is set to build the first solar farm in the country that could connect to the national grid as early as the first quarter of 2018, project officials said.

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Solar, wind advances offer Mekong countries alternatives to dams, coal: Experts

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Cambodia should scrap some hydropower dams as alternative energy sources, such as solar power, are becoming cheaper, a U.S. think-tank said.

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The transformational power of corporate clean energy purchasing

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As the world’s largest energy consumers, businesses are crucial in our transition to a clean energy economy.

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Vietnam to launch PV auctions with World Bank

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The Vietnamese authorities, in cooperation with the World Bank, have revealed plans to launch a pilot auction program for solar projects.

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Vietnam’s final solar PPA still short of bankability

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Vietnam’s final solar power purchase agreement (PPA) has to a large extent ignored recommended changes.

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Climate Finance Accelerator launched – Vietnam reps attend workshop

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Leaders from international banks, UK Government and delegates from Nigeria, Mexico, Colombia and Vietnam attended the London Stock Exchange to launch a bold new climate change project which seeks to attract transformative financial investment in these countries.

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Sales of rooftop solar power to begin in Thailand

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The Thai government will end the decade-long restriction on households and commercial buildings selling power generated by their solar rooftops to state utilities in the fourth quarter of the year.

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