Vietnam could have 10 GW of wind capacity in 2030

According to the Danish Energy Agency, Vietnam has the potential for 160 GW in wind capacity, and a new roadmap shows that the country could have 10 GW in operation before 2030.

Offshore wind is not yet present in Vietnam. Photo shows Siemens Gamesa wind turbines in the waters of the US state Virginia, Photo: Ørsted

Today, offshore wind doesn't yet exist in Vietnam, however, with a coastline extending more than 3,200 kilometers solely on the mainland, the national potential is enormous.

For inspiration, Vietnam's Electricity and Renewable Energy Authority (EREA), has formed a partnership with the Danish Energy Agency (DEA), and as a part of that cooperation, engineering firm Cowi has prepared an instructive offshore wind roapmap for the Southeast Asian country.

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