Doosan Enerbility has signed an MOU with Vietnam’s Institute of Energy (IE) and the Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI) on pursuing cooperation in Vietnam’s clean energy sector. The three parties will form a consultative body to support the adoption of ammonia co-fired power plants in Vietnam, as well as the modernisation of power plants.
Under the terms of the MOU, IE will conduct a feasibility study on the implementation of ammonia co-firing technology, while KETI will modernise power plants, and Doosan Enerbility will develop ammonia co-firing technology.
Park Hong-ook, CEO of Doosan Enerbility’s Power Services Business Group, said: “Since establishing the large-scale manufacturing base Doosan Vina in 2009, Doosan Enerbility has been successfully supplying power plant equipment to numerous local power plants in Vietnam, thereby contributing to the development of Vietnam’s machinery sector and the creation of jobs. With the signing of this MOU, the three parties will be doing their utmost to use eco-friendly technology to help Vietnam achieve the transition to clean energy.”