Techno-economic data and assumptions for long-term energy systems modelling in Viet Nam

Data Brief. 2022 Dec 17;46:108836. doi: 10.1016/j.dib.2022.108836. eCollection 2023 Feb.

ABSTRACT

Viet Nam is at a critical juncture in planning for its future energy mix due to its fast-growing economy and recent climate commitments. Robust modelling analyses examining the potential and practical energy mix alternatives are therefore key in providing key stakeholders with critical information on energy policy decision-making. The challenge is that a large volume of data is required to accurately model various energy pathways at the national scale. This data note, therefore, aims to bridge the current data gap by providing key information on input data and assumptions for long-term energy planning in Viet Nam. Historical and/or projected data regarding electricity generation and consumption, electricity imports and exports, fuel prices, emissions, refineries, power transmission and distribution, electricity generation technologies, and renewable energy potential and reserves for the years 2015 to 2050 are described in this article.

PMID:36624772 | PMC:PMC9823151 | DOI:10.1016/j.dib.2022.108836

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