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Halcom Vietnam, a Vietnamese enterprise founded in 2001, has gradually affirmed the position and role in the field of Investment and Consultancy in Urban and Infrastructure Development. Halcom focuses its investment on renewable energy, water supply, sewerage & solid waste management and transport, and has conducted over 200 consulting services, most of all are ODA projects financed by international organizations such as the World Bank (WB), Asian Development Bank (ADB), Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, in around 50 cities and provinces nationwide.

With the unique business philosophy “Profits should not be pursued by all means”, Halcom Vietnam aims to be a leading group of sustainable development in urban and infrastructure sectors in Southeast Asia, committing sustainable benefits to the community and society with transparency and innovation.

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Press Release – The Inauguration Ceremony of Hau Giang Solar Power Plant

On March 12, 2021, the Hau Giang Solar Power Plant invested by Halcom Vietnam JSC. and its partner, Shizen Energy Group (Japan) was officially inaugurated in Hoa An commune, Phung Hiep district, Hau Giang province. The plant has a capacity of 35 MWp and produce about 50,800 MWh per annum. This is the first solar power operation in Hau Giang, contributing to the efficient exploitation of the provincial solar radiation potential and in line with the development strategy of renewable energy in Vietnam, following the Politburo’s Resolution 55-NQ/TW, as well as general planning for solar power in the province.

Inauguration ceremony of Hau Giang Solar Power Plant

On March 12, 2021, the Hau Giang Solar Power Plant, invested by Halcom Vietnam, was officially inaugurated in Hoa An commune, Phung Hiep district, Hau Giang province. The plant has the capacity of 35 MWp and produce about 50,800 MWh per annum. This is the first solar power operation in Hau Giang, contributing to the efficient exploitation of the provincial solar radiation potential and in line with the development strategy of renewable energy in Vietnam, as well as general planning for solar power in the province.

Vietnam among top three leading nations in renewable energy shift in Asia Pacific

According to the IHS Markit’s index, Australia leads the index with 89 percent of capacity under construction being either wind, solar or biomass power, followed by Japan. The third place in the region is taken by Vietnam, which leads emerging markets, as the country promoted feed-in tariffs to attract investment in solar and wind power.

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