The renewable energy market has heated up in the last two years
A recent report from USAID (United States Agency for International Development) found that in the solar power sector, as of 2017, more than 100 new projects had been planned, including 70 in Binh Thuan province.
Transparency International (TI), in a recent special report about Vietnam’s renewable energy market, warned that poor administration and low transparency may lead to massive corruption in the market. The two major risks are related to programming and licensing of investors, and land access.
It is possible that they will never implement the projects, but they can re-sell the land they book today to investors who have real demand.
An analyst said that nearly all land plots in advantageous positions are occupied, though renewable power plants are only on paper.
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