After two years of construction, the plant with the capacity of 50MWp, Binh Dinh’s first-ever solar power plant, on the area of 60 hectares in Phuong Mai Peninsula at the cost of VND1,300 billion ($56,028,880) officially connects to the national grid. Deputy PM Binh highly appreciated the plant ordering the plant managers to employ local laborers and hoping that it will contribute to the province’s socio-economic growth as well as protect environment. Binh Dinh EVN Director Huynh Ngoc Viet said that plant Fujiwara everyday supplies around 3,000kWh, netting VND550 million. This is the project to mark the new progress in relationship between the two countries, said Deputy PM Binh. By NGOC OAI – Translated by UYEN PHUONG
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