According to the report of the first 9 months of 2020, the People’s Committee of Dak Lak province has submitted to the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Industry and Trade to consider and supplement the national electricity development plan including 41 wind power projects with a total capacity of 3,700 MW of 27 houses. proposed investment and 19 solar power projects with a total capacity of 4,193 MWp.
The Prime Minister has issued Document No. 795 / TTg-CN dated June 25, 2020 adding the list of wind power projects and connected grid to the revised Power Development Plan VII, of which 6 Wind power projects in Dak Lak province are added to the plan with a total expected capacity of 657 MW. Specifically: the Ea H’leo 1.2 wind power plant project with a capacity of 57MW; Ea Nam wind power plant project with capacity of 400MW; Cu Ne 1 wind power plant project with a capacity of 50MW; Cu Ne wind power plant project, with a capacity of 50MW; the Krong Buk 1 wind power plant project with a capacity of 50MW; Krong Buk 2 wind power plant project with a capacity of 50MW.
Particularly, the Tay Nguyen Wind Power Farm project phase 1 with capacity of 28.8 MW has completed 12/12 wind turbines: In the first quarter of 2020, 5 wind turbines with capacity of 12MW have been put into operation; is expected to operate the remaining 7 turbines in 2020.
Currently, Dak Lak has 5 solar power projects with a capacity of 190 MWp, which have been completed and put into operation, including: Srepok 1 solar power plant (capacity 50MWp); Quang Minh Solar Power Plant (capacity of 50MWp); BMT solar power farm project in Krong Pac district (capacity 30 MWp); Jang Pong solar power plant in Buon Don district (with a capacity of 10 MWp), a Long Thanh 1 solar power project in Ea Sup district (with a capacity of 50 MWp). For the project cluster of Xuan Thien – Ea Sup solar power plant, phase 1 with capacity of 720 MWp is under construction; It is expected to be completed and put into operation in 2020, contributing to increasing the capacity of the national grid and increasing the proportion of the industry.