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Vietnam, identified by the World Bank as one of the top 5 countries most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, has actively embarked on a comprehensive decarbonization journey. Acknowledging the power sector's significant contribution of 30-50% to greenhouse gas emissions, the Government of Vietnam (GoV) has garnered support from multilateral partners. During COP-26 in 2021, the Prime Minister announced a commitment to phase out coal power by the 2040s and achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, with a concurrent 43.5% emissions reduction target by 2030 outlined in the National Strategy on Climate Change. In a pivotal move, the GoV entered the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JET-P) in December 2022 with key nations and entities, aiming to advance the peaking of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and boost renewable energy adoption to constitute 47% of electricity generation by 2030. The Power Development Plan 8 (PDP-8), unveiled in May 2023, further solidifies Vietnam's commitment, envisioning a remarkable shift of approximately 75% of generation capacity to renewables by 2050, comprising around 170GWs of solar power and approximately 150GWs of wind energy. And in October, EU and Vietnam signed over Eur 500 million in agreements underpinning the Just Energy Transition Partnership. This credit facility will establish a framework loan that will finance projects supporting decarbonisation and energy transition.
As part of the approved Master Plan in the period of 2011-2020 (PDP-7), EDP Renewables APAC’s (EDPR APAC) Xuan Thien Thuan Bac and Xuan Thien Ninh Thuan solar farms contribute to Vietnam's decarbonization targets with their attractive tariff and long-term contract (20 years) with 255MWp total capacity.
Located at a strategic location, connected to a 220 kV transmission line 50m away from the substation, the projects are aligned with the objectives of the Just Energy Transition Partnership in support of Vietnam's low-emission and climate-resilient development. The company is also engaged in supporting the neighbouring communities with a strong and extensive stakeholder engagement program.
As EDPR APAC believes in the transformative power of education and enhancing the communities in which the company operates in, the company carries out CSR activities that benefit schools and students. One such initiative involved the delivery of school stationary packs to more than 1,200 studies across seven schools in the Ninh Thuan and Khanh Hoa provinces – home to some of the company’s solar farms – in early 2023.