Thursday, February 23, 2017

Vietnam: Iceland to Help Develop Geothermal Energy

Bản in: Vietnam keen on cooperating with Iceland in clean energy (Vietnam Breaking News)

Vietnam wishes to collaborate with Iceland in developing clean energies and receive technical support and experience sharing from the country in the field, said Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai. 

Stressing great potential for cooperation between businesses of both sides in this realm, Hai stated that Iceland’s help will enable Vietnam to meet requirements for both rapid growth and sustainable development as well as emission reduction.

According to the Government official, in the future, the country will focus on the harmonious development of energy resources by building a number of power plants using renewable sources such as wind, solar and geothermal and reducing the use of fossil sources.

For his part, Iceland’s President Olafur Rangnar Grimsson said his country is keen on developing geothermal sources for daily use and production, he said, adding that clean energy will help improve people’s living conditions as well as serve as a condition for effective and sustainable economic development.