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Nguyen Huu Kien
National Key Laboratory for High Voltage Techniques, Institute of Energy
Biogas technology is developing quickly in Vietnam. However, research institutes mainly concentrate on completing the small-scale biogas digesters for farming households; therefore, by the end of 2012, the total number of constructed household biogas digesters in Vietnam has reached nearly 1 million out of the potential 6 million households. In the meanwhile, medium-scale biogas digesters have not gained proper attention.
Study on the application of artificial neuron network in short-term forecast of electric loads
ID code: I145. Project leader: Dr. of Science Tran Ky Phuc
Study on the surface electric insulation destruction probability of Silicone used in high voltage insulators made of composite with Silicone shield after suffering surface destructive actions (electric discharge, plasma, etc.)
ID code: I144. Project leader: MSc. Vu Thanh Hai
Study and calculations for determination of electricity tariff of conventional power generation sources in Vietnam in competitive power generation market.
ID code: I143. Project leader: MSc. Tiet Minh Tuyet
Rolling out on large scale  improved energy-saving cookstove using agricultural and forest by-products in rural households in selected provinces
ID Code: D204c. Project leader: Eng. Nguyen Duc Cuong
Survey on the current status of energy consumption and management in major energy-consuming institutions of selected sectors
ID Code: D204a. Project leader: MSc. Tran Manh Hung
Consideration of voltage stability characteristics in the selection of medium voltage grid structure
Prof. Dr. La Van Ut, Hanoi University of Science and Technology
Dr. Nguyen Duc Hanh - Institute of Energy, Ministry of Industry and Trade
STUDY ON TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CONNECTING DISPERSED SUPPLY SOURCES TO MEDIUM VOLTAGE POWER NETWORK
MSc. Le Viet Cuong - Power System Development Department, Institute of Energy 
By: Nguyen Minh Bao
Senior Researcher, Institute of Energy, MOIT
 
Climate change caused by “greenhouse effects” leading to rise in ambient temperature, precipitation amounts, change in pattern of extreme weather events such as storm and flood in many regions as well as sea level rise will affect to country's economic production and livelihood, especially to natural environment, water resource, agricultural production, public health and infrastructure… including power sector. 
Study and assessment of climate change impacts on power demand, generation and transmission
MSc. Nguyen Minh Bao - Institute of Energy, Ministry of Industry and Trade
STUDY OF METHODOLOGY FOR DETERMINATION OF ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION TARIFF AND SUITABLE METHODS FOR CONGESTION PREVENTION IN VIETNAM POWER MARKET
Authors: Dr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, Institute of Energy; MSc.  Nguyen Anh Dung, Institute of Energy
Study of electric field of high-voltage 220kV lines with different structures
Dr. Nguyen Huu Kien - National Key Laboratory for High-Voltage Techniques, Insitute of Energy, Ministry of Industry and Trade
Some recommendations on selection of bed energy-dissipation structrure for flood spillway of hydropower and irrigation works.
(Extracted from Ministry-level Research in 2011: Study and Selection of Suitable Bed Energy Dissipation Structure for Flood Spillway of Hydropower and Irrigation works)
MSc. Tran Vu, Eng. Nguyen Huy Thang - Institute of Energy
Applying mobile frequency-variation AC test system in testing AC voltage for substations with gas  insulation switchgear up to 220kV voltage
by Vu Thanh Hai, Institute of Energy
Overall environment impact assessment of Center - Western Highlands hydropower plants' operations, proposal of environment management and conservation solutions
By Nguyen Thi Thanh Huyen, Institute of Energy
Pilot study of cylindrical biogas digester with membrane biofilter
By Ho Lan Huong , Institute of Energy
Research and design of an automatic sun tracking system to increase performance of solar energy equipment
By Ly Ngoc Thang, Institute of Energy
Dr. Nguyen Anh Tuan
 
Over  the  last  decade,  the  rapid  growth  and  expansion  of Vietnam’s  economy  has  dramatically increased the demand for electricity in the country. Faced with this challenge, Vietnam’s power industry  has  struggled  to  expand  and  improve  the  country’s  power  system,  as  evidenced  by difficulties  with  developing  new  resources,  enhancing  high-voltage  transmission  lines,  and reducing  transmission  and  distribution  losses.  

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