he 50MW installation was connected ahead of June 30, allowing the project to benefit from the country's nationwide feed-in-tariff (FiT) subsidy for PV installations. Image: Risen

he 50MW installation was connected ahead of June 30, allowing the project to benefit from the country's nationwide feed-in-tariff (FiT) subsidy for PV installations. Image: Risen

PV solutions provider Risen Energy has officially connected the NHI HA 50MW solar power station project owned by Vietnam-based Bitexco Group's subsidiary Thap Cham Solar to the Vietnamese national grid. 

The 50MW installation, located in Ninh Thuan, Vietnam, features five main-grid 1500 V high-voltage components provided by Risen Energy, who served as the EPC contractor for the site. 

Vietnam is set to achieve installed capacity of 12GW of PV plants by 2030. Currently, over 85% of Vietnam’s PV power stations belong to the country's public utilities. The 50MW installation was connected ahead of June 30, allowing the project to benefit from the country's nationwide feed-in-tariff (FiT) subsidy for PV installations.

Zhuang Yinghong, global marketing director of Risen Energy, said: "With Risen Energy's efficient technologies and strong teamwork capability, the project has progressed successfully to a grid connection before the June 30 deadline. 

“Prior to this project, Risen Energy's 61MW PV project with Tasco, a Vietnam-based company, had also been connected to the grid. These projects enhance our confidence in further expanding into the Vietnamese market. We are now accelerating the development of our portfolio in markets outside of our home country according to our roadmap, with the goal of raising the awareness of our brand as well as our leadership role in overseas markets. "

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