Chinese enterprise donates wind-solar hybrid power lighting systems to Ho Chi Minh Museum

20:05, January 25, 2011      

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Chinese enterprise, Zkenergy (Hanoi) Co., on Tuesday donated two wind-solar hybrid power lighting systems (WSHP system) to Ho Chi Minh Museum to help develop clean energy in Vietnam.

A handing-over ceremony of the WSHP was held in Hanoi Ho Chi Minh Museum in the presence of Qi Jianguo, vice chairman of the China-Vietnam friendship association, Bui Hong Phuc, vice chairman of the Vietnam-China friendship association and Hu Suojin, trade counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Vietnam.

Hu Suojin said the Chinese government has always attached great importance to developing renewable energy technologies. In 2010, the renewable energy sources made up 10 percent of primary energy in China. WSHP system has been widely used in road lamps of Chinese urban and rural areas.

Bui Hong Phuc said the Vietnamese government encourages development and utilization of new energy resources and renewable energy resources.

"With the rapid socioeconomic development, Vietnamese environment, resources and energy supply are facing new challenges, especially with the predicament of power shortage. The Vietnamese government has attached great importance to improving the cooperation of developing new and renewable energy with China." He said.

Chu Duc Tinh, curator of the Ho Chi Minh Museum, expressed his appreciation for aid from China, saying the WSHP will help the museum's energy supply and be another project for tourists all over the country.

According to Deng Tianyuan, Hanoi representative of Zkenergy Co. , the WSHP systems will be used in car park lighting and interior lighting of Ho Chi Minh Museum.

The system is designed specially for the area with low demand for the power load. The system only needs to adopt high efficient wind-driven generator to reach independent power supply ability. It is widely used in area which has abundant wind or solar resources such as island and rural villages, Deng said.

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