Room 405, EVD Building, 431 Tam Trinh Street, Hoang Mai Dist, Hanoi, Vietnam +842 436 368 645

Renewable energy

Using renewable energy to generate electricity to apply to technology

Renewable energy comes from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, trees, algae and geothermal and many other potential sources that scientists are still in search. These sources of power are renewable, meaning they can naturally recover and reproduce. Meanwhile, Fossil power is a finite power source that needs many millions of years to develop and will gradually shrink.

Renewable energy sources have less environmental impact than fossil power, which causes pollution like greenhouse gases as part of manufacturing plants, contributing largely to climate change. In order to exploit fossil energy, people have to work very hard to drill deep into the earth, and in important positions for the ecosystem.

Renewable energy, which makes use of the power available throughout the world, includes remote areas where electricity is not accessible. Advances in renewable power technologies over the years are making the cost of Solar panels (solar cells), Wind turbines and other green power sources significantly reduced, providing opportunities for the region. The household sector uses these technologies.

Renewable energy can replace fossil power sources in key areas including electricity, water, heat, and energy to operate motoers and engines.

Renewable energy groups that Vietnam is developing and aiming to:

Solar power

Wind power

Biomass power