Vietnam Electricity

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VietNam Electricity
Type Public
Industry electricity
Headquarters Hanoi, Vietnam
Key people Dao Van Hung, CEO
Lam Du Son (Vice President)
Revenue Green Arrow Up.svg US$2.42 billion (2005)
Employees 5,000 (2006)

VietNam Electricity (EVN) is the largest power company in Vietnam having an installed electricity generation capacity of 8,860 MW and a distribution network of 19,396 kilometres (12,052 mi). According to 2007 UNDP report on the 100 largest enterprises in Vietnam, EVN came in at 3rd position after Agribank and VNPT.[1]

In 2004, the company generated 40.9 TWh[2] of electricity from 14 power plants as follows: hydropower plants 50.8%, coal-fired power plants 13.6%, gas turbine power plants 29.4% and diesel-fired power plants 6.2%.



  1. ^ "Viet Nam's Top 200 businesses list announced" (Press release). Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Vietnam. 2007-10-02. Retrieved 2008-01-19. 
  2. ^ "Statnett and E.ON mull Norway-Germany subsea cable". Power Engineering International (PennWell Corporation). 2008-01-10. Retrieved 2010-02-09. 

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