Nearly 20 trillion VND invested in solar power projects in Tay Ninh

04-Oct-2018 Intellasia | VNA | 6:00 AM Print This Post

The southern province of Tay Ninh lured nearly 20 trillion VND (858 million USD) from eight investors to carry out 10 solar power projects with a combined capacity of 808 MW by the end of September.

The projects cover more than 1,083 ha in the four districts of Trang Bang, Ben Cau, Tan Chau and Duong Minh Chau.

Nine of them are under construction and expected to begin generating electricity before June 2019. They include the TTC 1 and 2 solar power plants with a total designed capacity of 98MW in An Hoa commune, Trang Bang district.

Work on the 2.6 trillion VND (114.8 million USD) plants kicked off in May and July 2018, and are projected to become operational in May next year.

Meanwhile, the Dau Tieng 1, 2 and 3 projects in the semi-submerged area of Dau Tieng Lake in Tan Hung and Tan Phu communes of Tan Chau district and Suoi Da commune of Duong Minh Chau district have a total designed capacity of 500MW. Built at a total cost of 12.7 trillion VND (545 million USD), the three plants are expected to be completed in June 2019.

Meanwhile, 2.4 trillion VND (103 million USD) has been injected into building the HCG Tay Ninh solar power plant and the Hoang Thai Gia trade, industry and energy complex at the Moc Bai border gate economic zone in Tien Thuan and Loi Thuan communes of Ben Cau district. The 100 MW projects are also expected to be put into operation in June next year.

For the solar energy projects to soon operate, local authorities have instructed relevant departments, agencies, localities and investors to remove difficulties during the implementation of the projects and speed up the progress of site clearance and compensation.

They need to guide foreign investors and contractors involved in projects in the semi-submerged area of Dau Tieng Lake to seriously follow regulations on use of foreign workers. trillion-vnd-invested-in-solar-power-projects-in-tay-ninh/139345.vnp


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