Electricity, steel giants blame each other on electricity shortage

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VietnamNet English 34 month(s) ago

Electricity, steel giants blame each other on electricity shortage

VietNamNet Bridge – The Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) has accused steel mills of consuming too much electricity, thus leading to the electricity shortage. In reply, steel manufacturers said EVN should not shift the blame onto others.

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Enterprises sell electricity to China, Government purchases electricity from China

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VietnamNet English 44 month(s) ago

Enterprises sell electricity to China, Government purchases electricity from China

VietNamNet Bridge – A paradox has existed: while power plants have capacity in excess and they have to sell electricity to China, the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) still plans to purchase electricity from China in the upcoming years.

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Admitting inconveniences, EVN still buys electricity from China

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VietnamNet English 12 month(s) ago 2 related news

Admitting inconveniences, EVN still buys electricity from China

VietNamNet Bridge – The Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) refuses to buy electricity from a lot of Vietnamese hydropower plants, but continues buying electricity from China, even though it admitted that the areas using Chinese power have unstable voltage.

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Ha Noi to raise retail electricity prices from early July

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Hanoi Times English 19 month(s) ago

The Hanoitimes - A senior executive of Ha Noi Vietnam Electricity Group (Hanoi EVN) revealed o­n Tuesday that Ha Noi may increase retail electricity prices by 5% from July 1 to compensate electricity production costs.

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Developing a lot of power plants, EVN still buys Chinese electricity

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VietnamNet English 19 month(s) ago

Developing a lot of power plants, EVN still buys Chinese electricity

VietNamNet Bridge – The Electricity of Vietnam (EVN), the only electricity wholesaler buyer, plans to buy 293 million kwh of electricity from China in June 2013.

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EVN too lazy to generate electricity

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VietnamNet English 23 month(s) ago 1 related news

EVN too lazy to generate electricity

VietNamNet Bridge – The Electricity of Vietnam (EVN), the only electricity distributor, complains that the input production costs have increased since power plants have to run on FO and DO in the dry season. The complaint may be the warning on a possible new electricity price increase.

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Unlikely to raise electricity prices in April

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Hanoi Times English 22 month(s) ago

The Hanoitimes - There will not be lack of electricity in dry season and there are no plans to raise prices of electricity in April, 2013, said Director of the Ministry of Industry and Trade's Electricity Regulatory Department Dang Huy Cuong.

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EVN not to increase electricity prices

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SaiGon GP English 35 month(s) ago

EVN not to increase electricity prices

Electricity Group of Vietnam on March 16 rejected a rumour that the group had proposed to the Government to increase electricity prices.

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No proposal for power price rise, EVN says

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Báo Dân Trí English 35 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news

No proposal for power price rise, EVN says

The Electricity Group of Vietnam has dismissed information published in some newspapers that the group has proposed the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Government to raise electricity prices by 5 percent. A woman pay her power bill at the Go Vap District Electricity Company in HCMC

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Raising electricity price would mean “putting more oil into the fire”

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VietnamNet English 42 month(s) ago

Raising electricity price would mean “putting more oil into the fire”

VietNamNet Bridge – Businesses and households are now in a state of anxious suspense after the Electricity of Vietnam proposed to raise the retail electricity price. Meanwhile, analysts comment that raising electricity price at this moment would make the situation more serious.

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Over VND 23 billion to assist poor households with electricity bills

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Nhân dân English 48 month(s) ago

Nhan Dan - The Central Highlands province of Gia Lai will spend VND 23.8 billion to help needy families with their electricity bills following the Government's policy on subsidising poor households after the recent electricity price adjustment.

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China attempts to raise electricity price, Vietnam under hard pressure

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VietStock FI English 49 month(s) ago

Seriously lacking electricity, Vietnam has to purchase electricity from China. However, the partner, who will provide 4.6 billion KWH of electricity to Vietnam this year is attempting to raise the sale prices.

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China attempts to raise electricity price, Vietnam under hard pressure

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VietnamNet English 49 month(s) ago

China attempts to raise electricity price, Vietnam under hard pressure

VietNamNet Bridge – Seriously lacking electricity, Vietnam has to purchase electricity from China. However, the partner, who will provide 4.6 billion KWH of electricity to Vietnam this year is attempting to raise the sale prices.

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EVN begins rotating electricity cuts, quietly

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VietnamNet English 49 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news 1 related news

EVN begins rotating electricity cuts, quietly

VietNamNet Bridge – Right after Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Hoang Quoc Vuong stated in late February that Vietnam may not have to apply rotating electricity cuts in the dry season, the Electricity of Vietnam began cutting electricity in early March.

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Any price will be accepted, provided that EVN provides sufficient electricity

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Hanoi Times English 49 month(s) ago 1 related news

Any price will be accepted, provided that EVN provides sufficient electricity

The Hanoitimes - “We don’t care about increasing the electricity price. What we want is the Electricity of Vietnam to commit to providing enough electricity,” Chinh said.

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