Vietnam builds first wind power complex

Construction of the wind power complex has begun in the central coastal province of Binh Dinh, 650 km (404 miles) north of Ho Chi Minh City, officials from the Central Region Wind Power Development and Investment Co., the project operator, told the Reuters News Agency. Vietnam is developing its first wind power generators at a cost of 820 billion dong (USD 52 million) to meet soaring demand for energy, officials said on Wednesday. They said the wind power turbines would be supplied by Danish wind turbine maker Vestas and the complex would generate up to 170 million kilowatt hours annually. For the full story, see the following link.
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