All posts tagged: Carbon

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US develops solar farm with over 3,200 MWh storage capacity

With a capacity of 875 MW and a storage capability of 3,287 MWh, the Edwards & Sanborn Solar and Energy Storage facility in the Mojave Desert, California, USA, has become the world’s largest solar and battery storage project. Established VP Carbon Solutions – A company specializing on emission reduction and […]

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Solar development potential in the Southern region

Thanks to favorable natural conditions with high solar radiation and a significant number of sunlight hours throughout the year, the Southern region of Vietnam holds immense potential for solar energy development. This clean energy source is recognized for its vital role in the region’s growth trend. Favorable conditions for solar […]

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Many opportunities for energy collaboration Between Ho Chi Minh City And Chungbuk – Korea

Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) and Chungbuk (or Chungcheongbuk – Korea) can collaborate to develop economic sectors that apply digital technology and smart technology for sustainable development, focusing on an opportunity in the energy sector… by harnessing the strengths of each region. The Chungbuk Provincial Council hosted the HCMC – […]

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CBAM mechanism: Companies need to report emissions from electricity consumption

During the transitional phase of the EU’s CBAM mechanism, importers of cement, steel, aluminum, fertilizers, and hydrogen products must report direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions, including emissions from electricity use during manufacture. Electricity emissions are a part of the report. According to the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) requirements, […]

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How should businesses adapt to the EU’s CBAM?

In just a few days, the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) will officially enter its transitional phase, starting October 1, 2023. Proactively adapting to CBAM is a challenge for many businesses in Vietnam, especially those in industries like steel, aluminum, cement,… What is the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)? […]

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Overview of Renewable Energy Certificate (REC)

An International Renewable Energy Certificate (I-REC) is a type of Energy Attribute Certificate (EAC). It can be used to promote renewable energy production and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. What is a Renewable Energy Certificate (REC)? Concept of Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) A Renewable Energy Certificate (REC), also known as an […]

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50,000 corporations operating in Europe must report sustainable development

Approximately 50,000 companies must report on their sustainability efforts under the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). This includes both EU-based and non-EU corporations that operate within the EU. This directive will also indirectly affect many other businesses, such as those in the supply chain. From Voluntary ESG Reporting to Mandatory […]

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Business Competitive Advantage from Sustainable Development Strategy

A sustainable development strategy has a considerable influence, representing social responsibility and being a decisive factor in a company’s success and sustainability. Building and carrying out a sustainable development strategy will assist businesses in creating long-term value, managing risks efficiently, adapting flexibly, enhancing efficiency and resource conservation, and improving brand […]

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What are the advantages of businesses pursuing sustainable development?

Sustainable development is known as a way of helping businesses to remain competitive in the market. And what are the unique advantages of enterprises moving toward sustainable development? From the urgent requirement of practice A sustainable development strategy that is closely linked to business goals is seen as a prerequisite […]

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