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Share Sustainable Finance as a trend and financing option has grown exponentially and shows no signs of slowing down. In this series of short podcasts, our ESG Debt & Equity experts discuss key tips and things you should you when considering raising sustainable finance, including the ever-evolving legal and regulatory…

The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has taken a major step towards exercising its significant power to require companies to disclose greater information relating to ESG and climate impacts. On March 4, 2021, the SEC announced that it has formed a Task Force focusing on climate and ESG disclosure issues.…

The Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam (MOIT) recently released a new draft circular regarding the implementation of the pilot program for direct power purchase agreement (DPPA) mechanisms between renewable energy developers/power generation companies and private power buyers/consumers (“New Draft DPPA Circular”).1 

The Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam (MOIT) recently issued Circular No. 57/20201 replacing Circular No. 56/2014,2 on the method of determining tariffs and PPA negotiation and appraisal procedures for conventional power projects (including LNG-to-power, hydropower and other thermal power). Circular No. 57 generally retains the key principles on tariff determination and negotiation of the PPA draft, and provides for, among other things, updates to the principles and method of determining tariffs and the re-introduction of re-negotiation on tariffs and the PPA based on the finalized investment capital of the project. Circular No. 57 aims to provide for a more streamlined regulation with regard to the negotiation and implementation of tariff and the PPA, which is one of the key concerns of investors/developers of conventional power projects.