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NovaWind to develop 128MW wind farm in Vietnam



NovaWind is all set to develop a 128MW wind farm in Vietnam.

For this, the company has already signed a cooperation agreement with An Xuan Energy.

NovaWind is the wind power division of Russian energy company Rosatom while Xuan Energy is a company focused on developing hydroelectric, solar, wind and biomass power projects.

The wind farm will be based in Son La Province in the country’s north-western region.

NovaWind CEO Grigoriy Nazarov was quoted in a statement, “We have gained extensive expertise as a wind power project developer in Russia and are ready to deploy our competencies on the international scale.”

He said that since Rosatom is implementing many projects in Vietnam in the field of energy, “Wind power projects will both contribute to energy security and industrial development of the region and accelerate country’s transition to a sustainable energy mix.”

In Vietnam, Rosatom is developing 140MW of solar and 430MW of wind energy capacity projects.

Xuan Energy CEO Nguyen Quang Luan remarked, “We are very excited about signing a cooperation agreement with NovaWind – Rosatom’s wind power division – regarding a wind power project in Son La Province.”

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