Vietnam has been on way to pursue an energy transition that reduce carbon emission and develop renewable sources in an effort to combat climate change . Liquefied natural gas (LNG) has been considered a source of energy that is able to meet Vietnam's rising power demand and clean enough in comparison with coal power which the country is advised to minimize from now on. Vietnam has been on way to pursue an energy transition that reduces carbon emission and develops renewable sources in an effort to combat climate change and there will be room in the country's mix for fossil fuels as long as they are clean, a local expert has said. Dang Huy Dong, president of Vietnam's Planning and Development Institute. Photo: MPI "Gas is by far the cleanest fossil fuel," Dang Huy Dong, president of Vietnam's Planning and Development Institute, said at the Future Energy Asia 2020 forum in Bangkok last month. Gas, particularly LNG, is the only meaningful solution for Vietnam to reduce emissions in the context that the potential of hydropower is almost exhausted while solar and wind power are not reliable enough, the Bangkok Post quoted Dong as saying. "Only gas could provide Vietnam with… Read full this story
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