US $ 86 million wind power projects inaugurated in Vietnam

Vietnam (Natural Energy News): The opening ceremony of the two wind power projects Lak Hoa and Hoa Dong, with a total investment of more than $ 86 million, was held today in Vinh Chou City, South Vietnamese Province.

Each wind farm, with its own capacity of 30 MW, will install eight wind turbines.

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The two wind power plants are expected to provide electricity to the national electricity grid after completion in the third quarter of 2021.

Investor representative Logan William Knox reported that the US corporation UPC Renewables, with more than 20 years of experience, has become involved in building two establishments.

Lam Hoang Ngiep, vice chairman of the Soak Trang People's Committee, said that when the two projects come into practice, they will help reduce environmental pollution as well as help in tourism development, which will create employment for the local people.

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He called on investors and contractors to complete the two projects in quality and timely manner and to follow the rules of occupational safety, sanitation and environmental protection as per state policies and laws.

On the occasion, investor representatives provided financial support for the installation and gift of solar street lights for poor families in the area around those schemes.

On September 25, the Provincial People's Committee began construction of the wind power project in Vinh Hai, the city of Vinh Chau, with an investment of over $ 180 million.

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