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BayWa r.e. pledges to be a key renewable energy developer in Vietnam

Global renewable energy developer BayWa r.e. has pledged to be a key renewable energy developer in Vietnam.

For this, the company announced the opening of its Wind Projects Representative office in Vietnam. The new office is located in the country's Lang Son Province.

The opening of the office is expected to enable the company to provide a wider range of wind energy services in the country. Besides, it is expected to promote socio-economic developments and impact the local community.

Brian Barry, Head of Wind Asia, BayWa r.e. remarked, "We are excited to see the exponential growth of BayWa r.e. in Vietnam and look forward to working closely with provincial and country stakeholders. We hope that through our investments into Vietnam and especially the Lang Son province at present, we will be able to bring more value to our stakeholders and communities living in the area."

The company aims to help Vietnam achieve its ambition of becoming net-zero by 2050.

Pham Hung Truong, Chief of Office of the People's Committee of Lang Son, commented, "We welcome BayWa r.e. opening its Representative Office in Lang Son. It is hoped that the Representative Office will be an effective bridge between the company and local government agencies, promoting the successful implementation of investment and construction of wind power projects of BayWa r.e. in Lang Son."

According to BayWa r.e, it had a first established presence in Vietnam in 2020. The company had launched "new services to its 'on-the-ground' operation in Vietnam, opening a solar distribution warehouse and new office facilities in Ho Chi Minh City."

The company has a 400MW pipeline of wind energy projects in north Vietnam, while it is developing 150MW solar projects in the south. It is planning to develop 240MW of wind energy projects in Lang Son province.


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