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US Grants US$2.96 Million To Develop Energy Storage Battery System In Vietnam


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The US Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City has just announced a grant of US$2.96 million for AMI AC Renewables Company to implement a pilot project to develop an energy storage battery system in Vietnam. This project uses leading American technology.


Specifically, the project will use leading American technology and equipment, build and connect with AMI AC Renewables’ 50MW solar power plant in Khanh Hoa province to help reduce energy loss. energy and help Vietnam integrate more renewable energy into the national energy system.

Ms. Marie C. Damour, Chargé d’affaires deputies of the US Diplomatic Mission to Vietnam said: “We are pleased to support Vietnam’s efforts to expand renewable energy development. This project will shows that America’s leading energy storage technology can help Vietnam achieve these goals and accelerate the transition to a clean energy economy that is more resilient to climate change.” 

Mr. Nguyen Nam Thang, General Director of AMI AC Renewables Company also emphasized: “We are very pleased to have the trust of the US Consulate General to cooperate in piloting the implementation of energy storage battery system in Vietnam. Our solar power plant in Khanh Hoa province is an ideal location to demonstrate how energy storage can help Vietnam tap into the full potential of renewable energy.”

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This project was formed following a feasibility study on the use of advanced US energy storage technology in Vietnam, funded by the United States Agency for Trade and Development (USTDA).

Energy storage is the key to opening the door to unlocking the potential of renewable energy and is an important element in the energy transition towards the development of renewable energy sources in Vietnam. time to support Vietnam to achieve its sustainable development goals in the energy sector in the future.

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