What is RE-Talk ASEAN Webinars
“RE-Talk ASEAN” is the online live webinar and networking platform to bring you more SEA-focused business contents and strengthen your network during the COVID-19 outbreak, complementing the physical gathering of SOLAR PV SHOW VIETNAM 2021 (SSV 2021) and ASEAN Wind Energy 2021 (AWE 2021).
RE-Talk ASEAN: C&I Rooftop Solar Future in Vietnam
Vietnam is aiming to boost its power output produced by renewable energy to about 23% by 2030. This country is now the leader in Southeast Asia’s solar photovoltaic market and has the largest installed capacity in the region.
It’s worth noting that 4 GW of rooftop solar power capacity will be effectively commissioned in the next 10 years. Commercial and industrial installations will claim 95% of this.
Minimizing the Impact of COVID - 19 on Renewable Energy Asset Development
The COVID-19 pandemic and the sweeping government action to curtail its effects across the globe is having an impact on supply chains as well as investors & financiers.
These constraints will strain project development timelines across the renewable energy industry. Delays in receiving critical project components and labor shortages will inject performance uncertainty into nearly every critical phase of renewable energy asset development, especially project construction and interconnection.
Furthermore, Investors and financiers are working flat out to assess risks within their project portfolios, to identify and try to mitigate risks that would impact most of their projects, including impact on external financing, financing from partners, and delays in government permitting.
RE-TALK: Digital-enabled Asset Management Strategies in Vietnam
The utility-scale solar PV market are going steady with the reduction of Feed-in Tariff and a wave of installations within past few years. As a result, solar farm operation is becoming one of the key issues. Operations not only refers to making solar PV system working, but also output optimization.
Digitalization can make it possible and simpler to harmonize energy production when the sun is available and more effectively balance the electricity demand/consumption curve.