Year PLANTS (Million kWh)
 Da Siat Da Dang 2 Da M’bri Total
2011  64.660 160.589     
2012  67.054 173.000     
2013  64.262 197.548     
2014 69.818 214.592    378.459 662,869

2015

63.753 169.608    357.788 591,149

2016

64.004  154.27  339.546 557,820

2017

76.467 225.941   405.949 708.357

2018

73.587 196.104 366.839 636.530

2019

64.535 177.243 342.231 584.009

2020

61.855 183.735 188.620 434.210

9/2021

46.262 124.504 257.927 428.693

                                  REVENUE

Year

PLANT (Billion VND)

Da Siat

Da Dâng 2

Da M'bri

Total

2011

47.982

107.459

 

155.441

2012

58.188

118.972

 

177.160

2013

59.311

134.784

 

194.095

2014

62.268

157.738

376.437

596.443

2015

68.595

 128.761 

393.504 

590.860

2016

 68.194 

  115.971

329.465

 513.630

2017

82.453

166.863

374.371

623.687

2018

82.3

162

376

620.3

2019

76.917

159.411

406.700

643.028

2020

76.396

144.140

208.546

429.082

9/2021

56.941

98.791

285.505

441.237

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28/05/2014

Barack Obama unveils new solar expansion plans as officials confirm White House panels are now operational

In this June 20, 1979, file photo President Jimmy Carter, center, is surrounded by reporters and photographers as he inspected new White House solar hot water heating system located on the roof of the West Wing of the mansion, over the Cabinet Room. The Obama White House will announce Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010, that the most famous residence in America plans to install solar panels for the first time atop the White House's living quarters. The solar panels _ which will be installed by spring 2011 _ will heat water and supply some of the first family's electricity.

In this 20 June, 1979, file photo President Jimmy Carter, center, is surrounded by reporters and photographers as he inspected new White House solar hot water heating system located on the roof of the West Wing of the mansion, over the Cabinet Room. Photograph: Harvey Georges/AP

Barack Obama will on Friday unveil several new initiatives intended to expand the deployment of solar power on Friday, as officials confirmed that a set of solar panels on the roof of the White House was now operational.

Obama will – once again – bypass a deadlocked Congress and use his executive authority to announce $2bn funding for energy-saving measures at federal government buildings, as well as new financing and training programmes for solar installations.

The announcements, to be made on a trip to California, cap a climate-focused week at the White House, following the release of an authoritative report on the growing threat posed by heat waves, severe downpours and sea-level rise.

White House officials told a conference call with reporters the initiatives were intended to add momentum to the solar industry, which has seen rapid expansion over the last two years.

“We are going to be doing everything we can, with the tools that we have to move forward,” said Dan Utech, special assistant to the president on energy and climate change.

In a largely symbolic move, the White House began installing a small set of solar panels on the roof last summer. The fit was now complete, officials said, releasing a video in which the panels were shown being installed. “The size of the array we established here is the typical size for the average American house, ” said James Doherty, the White House usher. Security concerns had prevented the whole roof being covered, he said.

Solar panels are installed at the White House

The solar panels were part of a broader energy retrofit at the White House, demonstrating it was possible to introduce renewable energy even in historic buildings, officials claimed.

Solar panels were originally installed at the White House under Jimmy Carter, but Ronald Reagan ordered them dismantled in 1986. Obama brought in the latest solar technology as a sign of his commitment to renewable energy.

The panels will repay the costs of installation within eight years, officials said.

Solar power is the fastest-growing source of renewable energy in America. However, it still acounts for just 1% of overall electricity generation, according to the Energy Information Administration. The White House has been working to challenge companies such as Walmart and Ikea to expand their use of solar power.

The president travelled to California on Friday to visit a Walmart store in Mountain View, where the company will commit to doubling its use of solar power.

Walmart already produces and uses more solar power than any other big-box retailer – more than twice as much as Costco, its nearest competitor. That still amounts to only about 4% of its overall energy use provided by solar power, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.

The environmental group Friends of the Earth said holding up Walmart as an example was misguided. “Walmart has both under-reported its greenhouse gas emissions and failed to meet its 2012 targets,” the group said.

The measures outlined on Friday add to a suite of programmes that have made it more easier and more affordable for companies and homeowners to install solar panels.

Tax credits have helped offset the costs, and the price of solar panels has fallen by half just since 2010.

On Friday, Obama will announce measures designed to make solar panels affordable even for multi-family houses, and new programmes to train solar installers at community colleges.