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Vietnam's solar energy push draws investors

Policy changes spur shift to renewables, with far to go

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Vietnam is finally looking at renewable energy options for future generations.   © Reuters

HO CHI MINH CITY -- Vietnam's TTC Group is planning to sink about $1 billion into solar energy projects in a country still dependent on coal-fired thermal and hydro power for its power needs, with national electricity demand growing faster than 10% annually.

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