PROJECT

Vung Ang Coal Power

The Vung Ang 2 coal-fired power plant in Vietnam is a coal-fired power generation project underway in Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam. The project attracted public attention when the then- Minister of Environment in Japan criticized the issue of exporting coal-fired power plants from Japan by naming this project. As the climate crisis accelerates and the world moves toward the 1.5°C target of the Paris Agreement, Japan’s public financial institutions have decided to finance the project at the end of 2020.

 

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2021.02.022021.02.02

Five major insurers and asset managers say they are doing engagement with Mitsubishi Corporation – NGOs call for greater efforts to make Mitsubishi Corp. withdraw from new coal-fired power plant project in Vietnam

2021.01.252021.01.25

128 organizations from 39 countries demand Japanese government and companies to withdraw from Vung Ang 2 coal power plant project in Vietnam

2021.01.122021.01.12

[Petition] Appeal for Japanese government and private sector to withdraw from Vung Ang 2 coal power plant project in Vietnam

2020.12.292020.12.29

[statement] NGOs Strongly Oppose Decision by Japan Bank for International Cooperation to Support Vung Ang 2 Coal-fired Power Generation Project in Vietnam

2020.12.232020.12.23

[Press release] Japanese environmental NGOs urge major investors to divest from Mitsubishi Corporation to protect the climate

2020.09.292020.09.29

[Press release]Japanese environmental groups write 47 major shareholders urging divestment from Chugoku Electric Power Co.

2020.06.122020.06.12

[Joint Statement]“Negative profitability” found for planned Vung Ang 2 coal-fired power plant in Vietnam by Korean government think tank

2020.05.262020.05.26

[Press Release]Japan Must Not Support Vung Ang 2 Coal Power Plant in Vietnam

2020.03.232020.03.23

[Press Release] NGOs urge 51 investors to divest from Mitsubishi Corporation which promotes coal-fired power generation