, Vietnam
Source: Rosatom website

ROSATOM, An Xuan Energy to construct 128MW wind farm in Vietnam

It will be located in the Son La Province in north western Vietnam.

ROSATOM, through its wind power division NovaWind, has signed an agreement with An Xuan Energy to develop a wind farm project in Vietnam.

Under the cooperation agreement, the parties will be constructing a 128-megawatt wind farm in the Son La Province in north western Vietnam.

“We have gained extensive expertise as a wind power project developer in Russia and are ready to deploy our competencies on the international scale,” NoveWind CEO Grigoriy Nazarov said.

“Rosatom is already implementing a number of projects in Vietnam in the field of energy and science, and now these areas of cooperation are expanding. Wind power projects will both contribute to energy security and industrial development of the region and accelerate country’s transition to a sustainable energy mix.”

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Read more:NovaWind has so far commissioned a total of 720MW of wind power capacity. The company plans to raise this 1.7 gigawatts by 2027.

“We are very excited about signing a cooperation agreement with NovaWind – Rosatom’s wind power division – regarding a wind power project in Son La Province,” An Xuan Energy CEO Nguyen Quang Luan said.

“It will bring economic and social benefits to the country, the energy system of Vietnam as well as people in the province. We are committed to work together with NovaWind to reach a successful commerce operation as planned.” 

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