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DAK N’TENG HYDROPOWER PROJECT


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Time of submission : July, 2008


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CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM


PROJECT DESIGN DOCUMENT FORM (CDM-SSC-PDD)
Version 03 - in effect as of: 22 December 2006

CONTENTS

A. General description of the small scale project activity

B. Application of a baseline and monitoring methodology

C. Duration of the Project activity / crediting period

D. Environmental impacts

E. Stakeholders’ comments

Annexes

Annex 1: Contact information on participants in the proposed small scale project activity

Annex 2: Information regarding public funding

Annex 3: Baseline information

Annex 4: Monitoring Information

Annex 5: List of documents


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SECTION A. General description of small-scale project activity

A.1 Title of the small-scale project activity:

Dak N’Teng Hydropower Project


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A.2. Description of the small-scale project activity:

The Dak N’Teng Hydropower Project involves construction of a 10 MW hydropower plant consisting of
two units, each unit of 5 MW respectively in the left side of Dak N’Teng spring, Quang Son commune,
Dak Glong district, Dak Nong province, about 25 km East far away from Dak Glong Centre. The
estimated annual gross power generation is about 51.5 million kWh and will be fed to the national grid.
Geological ordinate of the dam 12o12’30’’ Northern longitude, 107o 57’30’’ Eastern latitude
Geological ordinate of the plant 12o 13’00’’ Northern longitude, 107o 58’45’’ Eastern latitude
The objective of the Dak N’Teng Hydropower project is to utilize hydropower resource in the Dak
N’Teng stream to generate renewable electricity and to sell power to the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN).
The Project’s contributions to sustainable development of local area as well as the host country are:
- The Project will generate renewable energy based electricity. This hydropower will support partly the
increasing electricity demand in Dak Nong province and Vietnam. During the last 15 years, the electricity
demand of country is continuously increasing with annual growth rate of 13-14%. It is obviously that the
investment in power generation is a great burden to the state budget and cannot meet the needs. At the
first half of year 2007 Central Highlands areas are short of about 10 GWh per day and blackouts are often
occasions in the cities and it caused a big loss in industry. To mobilize the investment resources, the
Government encourages all enterprises to invest into power generation and the proposed project is a good
response to this need.
- Dak Nong is a developing province on Tay Nguyen - Central Highlands of Vietnam with natural area
of 6,541 km2, the whole population by the end of 2006 of 385,800 people and GDP about 400 USD per
person in 2005. When the proposed project comes into operation, local transportation system will be
improved, creating a fine condition for living and production. In addition, hundreds of jobs during the
period of construction and operation will be created on-site; some new roads will be built and local
materials such as stone, sand, etc... will be used for the Project. These will largely push forward economic
development and improve living standard of the province and especially the nearby villages. Thus the
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proposed project will contribute the solution to basic need for road and electricity of the mentioned above
villages.
- The Project activity will reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emission by avoiding CO2 emissions from the
business-as-usual scenario electricity generation of fossil fuel-fired power plants connected to the
National grid. Total expected CO2 emission reductions from the proposed project have been estimated to
a total of 248,773 tCO2 during the crediting period of 7 years.
The Project will stimulate and accelerate the development of renewable energy technologies in order to
reduce GHGs emissions, to protect the environment, to conserve the country energy resources meanwhile
the increasing energy demand still can be afforded. Therefore, energy resource diversification is
imperative and especially necessary for national sustainable economic growth. It is consistent with energy
policies of Vietnam; as a result it also satisfies the sustainable development criteria for CDM project,
established by Designated National Authority (DNA) of Vietnam.

A.3. Project participants:

Name of Party involved Private and/or public entity(ies) Kindly indicate if the Party
(host) indicates a host Party) project participants (as applicable) involved wishes to be considered
as project participant (Yes/No)
Mekong II Hydropower Co., Ltd.
S.R Vietnam (Host)
(Project Owner) No

RWE Power AG
Germany No
(as the CER buyer)

The contact for CDM project activity is:


Investment and Trade Consultancy Company Limited (INTRACO Co., Ltd.)
Address : Unit 402, Building 209 Giang Vo , Hanoi
Phone : +84 4 5122580 / 5122581
Fax : + 84 4 5122582
Email : info@carbonvietnam.com
Web : ww w.carb on vietn am.com

A.4. Technical description of the small-scale project activity:


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A.4.1. Location of the small-scale project activity:

The Dak N’Teng Hydropower Project is located on the left-hand side of Dak N’Teng stream at Quang
Son commune, Dak Glong district, Dak Nong province. This run–off–river, grid connected hydropower
plant will generate an average annual power output of about 51.5 millions kWh which will be fed into the
National electricity grid. The Project has the installed capacity of 10MW, consisting 2 units of 5 MW
each.

The main design parameters of the Dak N’Teng Hydropower plant are shown in the following table:
Table 1: Main parameters of the Dak N’Teng Hydropower plant

No Description Unit Value


I Catchments
1 Catchments area for flood calculation km2 148
3
2 Mean annual discharge (Q0) m /s 5.6
II Reservoir
1 Normal water level (MNDBT) m 435
2 Idle water level (MNC) m 428
3 Strengthen water level MNGC (PKT = 1%) m 437.03
4 Monitoring water level MNKT (PKT = 0.2%) m 439.34
5 Area of reservoir surface at MNDBT ha 80
6 3
6 Storage at MNDBT (Wtb) 10 m 2.099
7 Active storage (Whi) 106 m3 1.376
6 3
8 Idle storage (Wc) 10 m 0.723
III Discharge through powerhouse
1 Gross annual electricity output 106 kWh 51.5
3
2 Maximum discharge Qmax m /s 6.2
IV Energy Items
1 Insured Power 10
2 Installed Power 10
6
3 Gross annual electricity output 10 kWh 51.5
4 Time in use h 5,150
V Head works
Project grade 3
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Spillway

Designed discharge flood let out m3/s 241.98


Overflow windows m 8x7
Number of spillway sill 1
Elevation of sill m 760
VI Water passage
1 Headrace tunnel
Dimension of tunnel (bxh) m 3x2
Length of tunnel m 3620
2 Penstock
Length m 1,239.85
Diameter m 1.59; 1.43; 0.9
Thickness mm 12-20
3 Powerhouse
No of unit 2
Installed capacity MW 10
Turbine type Fransis – horizontal axis

Dak N’Teng stream


10 MW

Figure 1: Project layout


A.4.1.1. Host Party(ies):
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Socialist Republic of Viet Nam


A.4.1.2. Region/State/Province etc.:
Dak Nong province
A.4.1.3. City/Town/Community etc:
Quang Son commune, Dak Glong district
A.4.1.4. Details of physical location, including information allowing the
unique identification of this small-scale project activity :

The Dak N’Teng Hydropower Project involves construction of a 10 MW hydropower plant consisting of
two units, each unit of 5 MW respectively in the left side of Dak N’Teng spring, Quang Son commune,
Dak Glong district, Dak Nong province, about 25 km East far away from Dak Glong Centre.
Geological ordinate of the dam 12o12’30’’ Northern longitude, 107o 57’30’’ Eastern latitude
Geological ordinate of the plant 12o 13’00’’ Northern longitude, 107o 58’45’’ Eastern latitude
The Project location is shown below:

Figure 2: Project location


A.4.2. Type and category(ies) and technology/measure of the small-scale project activity:

Type:
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Based on the categorization of Appendix B of the Simplified Modalities and Procedures for Small-scale
CDM Project Activities, the Project type and category are defined as follows:
- Type I: Renewable energy projects
- Category I.D.: Renewable Energy Generation for a Grid
- Sub-category: Hydro power
Note: Appendix B may be revised over time and the most recent version will be available on the
UNFCCC CDM web site: http://cdm.unfccc.int/methodologies/SSCmethodologies
Technology: The Project is a diversion type of hydropower plant with two sets of 5 MW hydro turbines
and associated generators to produce clean electricity without GHG emissions
The key technical indicators of the hydro turbines and the generators of the Project are listed in Table 2.
Table 2: Key technical indicators of the hydro turbine and the generator of the Project

Turbine Generator

Turbine type Francis - horizontal axis Generator type

Water level max 191.7m Rated power 5 MW

Rated flow 3.08 m3/s Rated Voltage 6.3 kV

Turbine 27.3 ton Frequency 50 Hz

Rated speed 600 r/m Power factor 0.8

The equipment manufacturers are still not identified because the Project sponsor is calling for tender. But
the equipment will be imported from leading manufacturers of hydropower plants and well-known
supplier with successful similar projects in the world.

A.4.3 Estimated amount of emission reductions over the chosen crediting period:

It is expected that the Project activities will generate emission reductions of about 35,539 tCO2eq per year
over the first 7-year crediting period from July, 2009 to June, 2015.

Table 3: Emission reductions of the proposed project during the crediting period
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Annual estimation of
Year Time emission reductions,
tCO2 eq
1 2009 (6 months) 17,769
2 2010 35,539
3 2011 35,539
4 2012 35,539
5 2013 35,539
6 2014 35,539
7 2015 35,539
8 2016 (6 months) 17,769
Annual average emission reduction 35,539
Total number of crediting years 07
Total emission reduction during the first 248,773
crediting period of 7 years

A.4.4. Public funding of the small-scale project activity:

There is no public funding provided as well as ODA funding for the proposed project.

A.4.5. Confirmation that the small-scale project activity is not a debundled component of a
large scale project activity:

The Project participants confirm that there is no registered small-scale CDM project activity or an
application to register another small-scale CDM project activity with the same project participants and
whose project boundary is within 1 km of the Project boundary of the proposed small-scale activity at the
closest point.
According to Appendix C to the Simplified Modalities and Procedures for Small-scale CDM Project
Activities, the Project is not a debundled component of a large scale project activity.

SECTION B. Application of a baseline and monitoring methodology

B.1. Title and reference of the approved baseline and monitoring methodology applied to the
small-scale project activity:

The methodology applied for the Project is the approved methodology for small-scale CDM project-
“AMS.I.D. Grid connected renewable electricity generation” (version13). For more information regarding
the methodology, please refer to the link:
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http://cdm.unfccc.int/methodologies/SSCmethodologies/approved.html

B.2 Justification of the choice of the Project category:

The baseline and monitoring methodology AMS.I.D is applied because of following reasons:
ƒ The Project will generate renewable energy based electricity from a hydropower sources with 10 MW
power, this is a small-scale project.
ƒ The Project is not an activity that involves switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy at the site
of the Project.
B.3. Description of the Project boundary:

As described in the AMS.I.D methodology, the Project boundary includes:


ƒ The physical site of the Dak N’Teng hydropower plant as well as its reservoir area.
ƒ The Project site and all power plants (in the baseline) connected physically to the National electricity
grid.

Dak N’Teng
Stream

Construction of
access roads, Dak N’Teng Vietnam National Transmission
foundations, Hydropower Electricity grid and distribution End user
substation, plant of power
transmission
lines

Transport of project
equipments,
materials

Construction of
project equipments
and materials

Figure 3: Project boundary


B.4. Description of baseline and its development:

The baseline scenario is the electricity delivered to the National grid by the Project would have
otherwise been generated by the operation of grid-connected power plants and by the addition of new
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generation mainly based on coal, gas and oil resources.


Baseline emissions
Baseline emissions are calculated with the following formula:
BE y = ( EG y − EGbaseline ) × EFgrid,CM, y
Parameter Unit Description:
- BEy: Baseline emissions in year y, tCO2e/yr
- EGy: Electricity supplied by the Project activity to the grid, MWh
- EGbaseline: Baseline electricity supplied to the grid in the case of modified or retrofit facilities, MWh
For new power plants this value is taken as zero.
- EFgrid,CM,y: Combined margin CO2 emission factor for grid connected power generation in year y
calculated using the latest version of the “Tool to calculate the emission factor for an electricity system”,
tCO2eq/MWh
Calculation of EFgrid,CM,

Combined margin CO2 emission factor (EFgrid,CM,y) is calculated as the combined margin, consisting of the
combination of operating margin (EFgrid,OM,y) and build margin (EFgrid,BM,y) factors calculated using the
latest version of the “Tool to calculate the emission factor for an electricity system” as follows:
STEP 1. Identify the relevant electric power system
The electricity generated by the Project activity will be delivered to the Vietnamese national grid, the
only grid exists in the country.
STEP 2. Select an operating margin (OM) method
The Simple OM method can be used in the Project because of the two following reasons:
+ Dispatch data is available only in Vietnam Dispatching Centre, currently these data is confidential and
cannot be accessed. So Dispatch Data Analysis based OM method cannot be selected.
+ Low-cost/must run resources in Vietnam constitute less than 50% of total grid generation in average
of the five most recent years.
Low-cost/must run resources in Vietnam which constitute less than 50% of total grid generation in
average of the five most recent years are showed following:

Table 4: Rate of low cost/must-run sources based on electricity generation1

Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Average

1
Recapitulative Report on the operation of Vietnam National Electricity System in Year 2006, EVN/National Electricity
system Dispatching Center -Department for Electricity System Operation, Hanoi, January
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Hydropower generation
18,205 19,034 17,759 16,221 19,209 90,428
(GWh)
Total (GWh) 36,415 41,304 46,508 52,935 59,894 237,056
Rate of low cost/must-run
49.99 46.08 38.18 30.64 32.07 38.15
sources generation, %

For the simple OM, ex-ante option is selected.


STEP 3. Calculate the operating margin emission factor according to the selected method
(EFgrid,OM,y)
The simple OM emission factor is calculated based on fuel consumption and net electricity generation
of each power plant/unit (Option A). Following formula is used to calculate Simple OM.

∑ FC
i,m
i, m, y × NCVi , y × EFCO2,i, y
EFgrid, OMsimple,y = (*)
∑ EG
m
m, y

Where:
EFgrid,OMsimple,y Simple operating margin CO2 emission factor in year y (tCO2/MWh )

FCi,m,y Amount of fuel type i consumed by power plant/unit m in year y. (Mass or volume
unit of the fuel)
NCVi,y Net calorific value (energy content) of fossil fuel type i in year y (GJ/mass or
volume unit)
EFCO2,i,y CO2 emission factor of fossil fuel type i in year y( tCO2/GJ)
EGm,y Net electricity generated and delivered to the grid by power plant/unit m in year y
(MWh)
m All power plants/units serving the grid in year y except low-cost/must-run power
plants/units
i All fossil fuel types combusted in power plant/unit m in year y
y The three most recent years for which data is available at the time of submission of
the CDM-PDD to the DOE for validation (ex ante option)
Table 5 shows electricity outputs and fuel consumptions of thermal power source in 3 years 2004, 2005
and 2006.
Table 5: Electricity outputs and fuel consumptions of thermal power sources in 2004 – 20062
Fuel type 2004 2005 2006
Coal GWh 7,075 8,518 9,601

2
Recapitulative Report on the operation of Vietnam National Electricity System in Year 2006, EVN/National Electricity
system
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NCV = 7000 kcal/kg-Vietnam kt coal 2,921 3,480 3,921


EF = 94.6 tCO2/TJ –IPCC 2006 kt CO2 8,087 9,632 10,852
Gas Turbine (Gas) GWh 14,155 18,380 20,424
EF = 56.1 tCO2/TJ –IPCC 2006 GJ 173,468,228 224,679,439 251,139,260
kt CO2 9,732 12,605 14,089
Gas Turbine (Diesel Oil) GWh 250 446 221
NCV = 10,200 kcal/kg-Vietnam GJ 72 125 66
EF = 74.1 tCO2/TJ –IPCC 2006 kt CO2 226 395 208
Diesel oil GWh 43 16 25
NCV = 10,200 kcal/kg-Vietnam kt Diesel Oil 11 4 7
EF = 74.1 tCO2/TJ –IPCC 2006 kt CO2 36 13 21
Fuel Oil GWh 2,348 3,431 3,181

NCV = 9900 kcal/kg – Vietnam kt Fuel Oil 667 974 905


EF = 77.4 tCO2/TJ –IPCC 2006
kt CO2 2,138 3,119 2,900
Add on Power GWh 4,839 5,540 6,267
Imported electricity GWh 39 383 966
Total CO2 emission from Vietnam grid kt CO2 20,218 25,763 28,070
Total thermal electricity output
GWh 28,749 36,714 40,685
generated

Applying formula (*) , the “Operating Margin” emission factor will be:

(20,243 + 25,787 + 28,094) *10 3


EFgrid,OMsimple,y = = 0.6983 tCO2 / MWh
(28,749 + 36,714 + 40,685) *10 3

STEP 4. Identify the cohort of power units to be included in the build margin
For the proposed Project, Option 1 (ex-ante) shall be chosen: Calculate the Build Margin emission
factor EFBM, y ex-ante based on the most recent information available on plants already built for
sample group m at the time of PDD submission. The sample group m consists of either the five power
plants that have been built most recently; or the power plant capacity additions in the electricity system
that comprise 20% of the system generation (in GWh) and that have been built most recently. Sample
group that comprises the larger annual generation should be used.
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The difference between (1) the five power plants that have been built most recently and (2) the power
plant capacity additions in the electricity system that comprise 20% of the system generation (in GWh)
and that have been built most recently in 2006 is shown in the following tables:
Table 6: Five power plants that have been build most recently3

No. Plant name Commissioning year Capacity (MW) Outputs (GWh) Energy type
1 Se San 3 2006 260 614 Hydro
2 Cao Ngan 2006 115 62 Coal
3 Na Duong 2005 110 709.0 Coal
4 Srokphumieng 2006 51 10 Hydro
3
5 Dam Phu My 2005 18 45 Gas
Total 554 1,440

Table 7: The power plant capacity additions in the electricity system that comprise 20% of the system
generation (in GWh) and that have been built most recently4
No Plant name Commissioning Capacity Outputs Energy type Emission
year (MW) (GWh) (kt CO2)
1 Se San 3 2006 260 614 Hydro 0
2 Cao Ngan 2006 115 62 Coal 70
3 Na Duong 2005 110 709.0 Coal 801
4 Srokphumieng 2006 51 10 Hydro 0
5 Dam Phu My 2005 18 45 Gas 31
6 Phu My 2-2 2004 733 4,855 Gas 3,349
7 Phu My 3 2004 733 4,110 Gas 2,835
8 Phu My 4 2004 468 2,026 Gas 1,390
Total 2,488 12,431 8,476

In 2006, total electricity outputs of Vietnam national electricity system was 58,928 GWh and its 20%
was 11,786 GWh.
Based on the results in table 8, the group of the power plants capacity addition in the electricity

3,4
Recapitulative Report on the operation of Vietnam National Electricity System in Year 2006, EVN/National Electricity system
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system that have been built most recently comprise the larger annual generation (20% total electricity
outputs), and hence it is used
STEP 5. Calculate the Build Margin emission factor (EFgrid,BM,y)
The build margin is calculated as the generation-weighted average emission factor (tCO2/MWh) of a
sample of power plants as follows:

∑ EG × EF
m, y EL,m, y
EFgrid , BM , y = m

∑ EG
m
m, y

Where:
EFgrid,BM,y Build margin CO2 emission factor in year y ( tCO2/MWh)
EGm,y Net quantity of electricity generated and delivered to the grid by power unit m in year y
(MWh)
FEEL,m,y CO2 emission factor of power unit m in year y ( tCO2/MWh)
m Power units included in the build margin
y Most recent historical year for which power generation data is available

Thus, the “Build Margin” emission factor will be

8,476 ×10 3
EFBM = = 0.68187 tCO2/MWh
12,431× 10 3

STEP 6. Calculate the combined margin emission factor EFgrid,CM,y


Combined margin CO2 emission factor (EFgrid,CM,y) is calculated as the weighted average of the operating
margin (EFgrid,OM,y) and the build margin (EFgrid,BM,y). Default weights of 50% for the first crediting
period are used.
EFgrid,CM,y = EFgrid,OM,y × wOM + EFgrid,BM,y × wBM
Where:
EFgrid,BM,y Emission factor of the build margin. (tCO2/MWh)
EFgrid,OM,y Emission factor of the operating margin (tCO2/MWh)
wOM Weighting of the operating margin emission factor. (50%)
wBM Weighting of the build margin emission factor. (50%)

So the combined margin emission factor will be:

EFgrid,CM,y = 0.5 x 0.6983 + 0.5 x 0.68187 = 0.69009 tCO2/MWh


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B.5. Description of how the anthropogenic emissions of GHG by sources are reduced below
those that would have occurred in the absence of the registered small-scale CDM project activity:

a. Description of emission reductions


The CO2 emission reduction will be calculated on basic of the substitution of the mix of power supplied
from traditional electricity plants to the National grid.
Thus the implementation of the proposed project activity will generate total emission reductions of
248,773 tCO2 during the crediting period (7 years).
b. Demonstration and assessment the additional of the proposed project.
According to the Attachment A, the additional of the proposed project will be demonstrated and assessed
by using the “Simplified Modalities and Procedures for Small-scale CDM Project Activities” agreed by
the CDM Executive Board.
Investment barrier
Revenue of the proposed project comes only from the electricity sale in the case of the absence of the
revenue from CER credits. Financial analysis by the Project participants has concluded that EIRR of the
Project is 8.5 % based on very optimistic assumptions. Such assumptions are described as following:
- A significant assumption is that the average electricity price is 4 Cent/kWh. This is the high price
among the range of electricity purchase prices which has been committed with the Project Owner by
Electricity of Vietnam (EVN-Who is responsible for national grid management)
- The equipment costs are calculated at basic price level
- A series of risks of the Project, country, currency (electricity outputs decrease, country inflation with
minimum rate of 5%, oil price growth, etc) are not taken into consideration.
Others Barrier
Beside the economic/financial barriers, the proposed project has faced with the following other barriers
which also would prevent it from a successful implementation if it is not registered as CDM project:
- Now, in Vietnam there is only one electricity buyer for grid connected plans which is EVN. In
transmission EVN is an absolute monopolist. Hence it prevents the IPPs in Vietnam from achieving a
good price for the Power Purchase Agreement between them and EVN.
- Before the change in the policies as described above, the Project was feasible and hence met the
conditions of the funds, banks and financing sources which will provide the loan to investor. But since the
change in the policies has rendered the Project non-feasible, it is difficult for convincing the bank to
continue with the loan provided for the Project.
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- In addition, Vietnam is a developing country and under the process of national industrialization and
modernization which results in the implementation of many large infrastructure projects, especially the
implementation of power plants of different types. However the development of power plants does not
catch up with the development of the whole country and cannot afford the huge electricity demand of the
country. The evidence is that the current consumption of the whole system in April, 2008 reaches 79
millions kWh per day and the future demand is estimated to reach 97TWh in 2010. As a result, it is
essential for our Government to build new power plants to be able to afford the fast increasing demand
for electricity. Therefore, only power plants with favourable and attractive financial indicators can attract
Vietnamese investors, Banks or other financial institutions which have many other beneficial investments.
Impact of CDM registration
If the proposed project is registered as a CDM project, it will obtain benefits to overcome the above stated
barriers as follows:
- A significant impact is that an additional revenue source from CDM will increase the Project’s EIRR
indicator from 8.5 % to 10.39% (with CER price of 10 USD/tCO2). This increase in EIRR has already
made the Project feasible and hence convinced the Project sponsor. Especially, the Project sponsor can
convince banks, funds, others financing sources to give loans to the Project;
- The CDM revenues is the only income that the Project sponsor will receive in US dollar – a strong and
stable currency and is the only revenue that can be used to offset the foreign exchange risks associated
with the purchase of the plant’s equipments (to the tune of 29 % of the equipment cost);
- CDM projects have the potential to assist the country in achieving sustainable development by
attracting environmentally friendly investment from industrialized country Governments and businesses,
thus they are encouraged by the Government. At present, the Government released a Decision No.
130/2007/QĐ-TTG dated 02/08/2007 from Prime Minister about financial policies and mechanism for
CDM projects.
- Sale of CERs created by the proposed project may possibly lead to an easier access to international
funds besides the domestic financing sources.
So, the positive impacts of registration can be clearly demonstrated for the proposed project as a CDM
activity. The allied benefits and incentives derived from the Project activity will alleviate the financial
hurdles and other barriers and thus enable the Project activity to be undertaken.

B.6. Emission reductions:

Emissions reduction of the Project activity is calculated and shown in below table:
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Table 8 : Emissions reductions of the Project activity

Year (y) Project Leakage Baseline Emission


emissions emissions emissions (BEy) reductions
(PEy) tCO2 (LEy) tCO2 tCO2 (ERy), tCO2

2009 (6 months) 0 0 17,769 17,769


2010 0 0 35,539 35,539

2011 0 0 35,539 35,539

2012 0 0 35,539 35,539

2013 0 0 35,539 35,539


2014 0 0 35,539 35,539

2015 0 0 35,539 35,539

2016 (6 months) 0 0 17,769 17,769


Total emission reduction
during the first crediting 0 0 248,773 248,773
period of 7 years

B.6.1. Explanation of methodological choices:

This is a hydropower project with the installed capacity of 10 MW. According to the EB regulations for
CDM projects then the Project belongs to the small scale CDM projects category. So baseline and
monitoring methodology AMS.I.D is applicable to the Project activity.

B.6.2. Data and parameters that are available at validation:

Reservoir area
Data unit: ha

Description: Surface area at full reservoir level


Source of data used: Feasibility Study Report
Value applied: 80
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Data / Parameter: Reservoir area that is necessary to calculate power density rate of the
Project. According to the EB’ guidelines, then the leakage of the Project are
estimated base on the value.
Reservoir area is calculated by technical consulting Unit of the Project.

Data unit:

Data / Parameter: Combined margin emissions factor


Data unit: tCO2/MWh
Description: Combined margin emissions factor of national grid of Vietnam
Source of data used: Master Plan of Electricity Expansion for the period of 2001-2010
with perspective to 2015 – EVN and calculation of INTRACO
Value applied: 0.69009
Justification of the The factor is calculated based on the baseline methodology AMS.I.D.
choice of data or
description of
measurement
methods and
procedures actually
applied :
Any comment:

B.6.3 Ex-ante calculation of emission reductions:

Emission reductions of the Project:


According to AMS.I.D, version 13, the emission reduction ERy by the Project activity during a given
year y is calculated as the difference between baseline emissions (BEy), Project emissions (PEy) and
emissions due to leakage (LEy), as per the formula given below:
ERy = BEy – PEy – LEy
Baseline emissions (BEy)
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BE y = ( EG y − EGbaseline ) × EFgrid,CM, y
Where:
- BEy: Baseline emissions in year y, tCO2e/yr
- EGy: Electricity supplied by the Project activity to the grid, MWh
- EGbaseline: Baseline electricity supplied to the grid in the case of modified or retrofit facilities, MWh
For new power plants this value is taken as zero.
- EFgrid,CM,y: Combined margin CO2 emissions factor for grid connected power generation in year y
calculated using the latest version of the “Tool to calculate the emission factor for an electricity system”,
tCO2eq/MWh, in which:
EFgrid,CM, y
= 0.69009 tCO2/MWh - Baseline emissions factor (calculated in B4)
According to AMS.I.D, version 13, the Project activity is the installation of a renewable power plant/unit

then
EGbaseline = 0

Therefore:
BE y = EG y × EFgrid,CM, y
Project emissions
The proposed project is a run-of-river small-scale hydropower project; hence, the Project emissions are
zero (PEy = 0).
Leakage
As newly built hydropower plants, there is no energy generating equipment be transferred from another
activity and no existing equipment be transferred to another activity involved in the Project activities. No
leakage needs to be considered in the Project (LEy = 0).
Emission reductions (ERy)
As mentioned above, for the Project PEy = 0 and LEy = 0, therefore, annual emission reductions of
Project could be calculated as follows:
ERy = BEy − PEy − LEy = BEy = EGy x EFgrid

B.6.4 Summary of the ex-ante estimation of emission reductions:


Summary of the above calculations is shown in below table:

Table 9: Summary of the calculated parameters


Parameters Unit Value
1. Capacity addition MW 10
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2. Annual net electricity generation GWh 51.5


3. Baseline carbon emissions
− The “approximate operating margin” tCO2/MWh 0.6983
− The “build margin” tCO2/MWh 0.68167
− Baseline emissions factor tCO2/MWh 0.69009
− Total baseline carbon emissions per year tCO2 35,539
4. Total project carbon emissions per year tCO2/year 35,539
5. Total leakage carbon emissions per year tCO2/year 0
6. Total CO2 emissions reductions per year tCO2/year 35,539
7. Total CO2 emission reductions during the
tCO2 248,773
crediting period of 07 years

B.7 Application of a monitoring methodology and description of the monitoring plan:

B.7.1 Data and parameters monitored:

Data / Parameter: EGy


Data unit: KWh
Description: Electricity supplied to the National grid by the Project
Source of data Project activities site

Measurement procedures to Cumulative reading of electricity meters installed at the power plant.
be (if any)
Monitoring frequency Hourly measurement and monthly recording
QA/QC procedures to be Electricity supplied by the Project activities to the grid. Double check
applied: by receipt of sales.
Any comment:

Data / Parameter: EF grid, CM, y


Data unit: tCO2/MWh
Description: As the methodology

Source of data Project activities site

Measurement procedure Cumulative reading of electricity meters installed at the power plant.
Monitoring frequency Hourly measurement and monthly recording
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QA/QC procedures to be Electricity supplied by the Project activities to the grid. Double check
applied: by receipt of sales.

Any comment:

B.7.2 Description of the monitoring plan:

According to the methodology, the only data to be monitored is the electricity delivered to the power gird
by project hydropower plant. The electricity is directly measured with measuring instruments and verified
with invoices or receipts from the Provincial Grid Centre.

1. Outline of the monitoring plan of the Project activity:


The operation and management structure for monitoring the Project’s emission reductions has been
outlined in the following figure.

Monitoring Officer
Measurement and calculation of
emission reduction

Plant Manager
Verification of measurement

CDM Project Manager


Review and Internal Audit

Figure 4: Management structure for monitoring the emission reduction


The CDM Project Manager is responsible for the overall monitoring process. The CDM Project Manager
will be appointed by the Board of Director of the Company (Project Owner).
The first step is to measure the electrical energy supplied to the grid and report daily operations, which
will be organized and checked by Plant Manager. The Plant Manager should appoint a monitoring officer
whose responsibility is to measure the electricity supplied to the grid and collect sale receipts or invoices.
The measurement should be checked weekly by the Plant Manager. In the meantime, the monitoring
officer should calculate the emission reductions. The monitoring officer will prepare operational reports
of the Project activity, recording the daily operation of the hydropower station in operating periods
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including power generation, power delivered to the grid, equipment defects, etc. Finally, the monitoring
reports will be reviewed by the CDM Project Manager
2. The installation and operation of monitoring instruments :
In order to precisely measure the electricity delivered to the gird, the electricity should be measured at
two locations. First, the electricity should be measured at the output side of the transformer of the Project
plant. Secondly, the company will install a measuring instrument to meter the power supply at the
connection point to the grid.
Two electricity meters fixed outside of the power plant transformer will be installed at the time when the
Project is put into operation. They must be new and obtain a height of accuracy. The metering
instruments at both locations should be calibrated annually and their accuracy should be guaranteed
according to regulations. If there are any substantial discrepancies between the readings of the metering
instruments, both instruments will be recalibrated. The calibration procedures will be carried out
according to national standards and rules, verified by Vietnam quality measurement and Standard Bureau.
3. Data record:
The Plant manager and monitoring officer should be trained for implementing the monitoring process
before the hydro plant comes into operation to assure that they fully understand their responsibilities and
the requirements of the monitoring plan. During the monitoring process, the monitoring officer should
record the meter once a day, and fill the data into electricity statistic sheet on site. All records cannot be
altered and all original data must be conserved. If the monitoring officer cannot reach the site to record,
the Plant Manager should assign other employees to record in time and return the record to the
monitoring officer without any delay when the officer arrives. Both people should sign the record on a
document handover sheet. The Plant Manager should check and verify the electricity statistic sheet every
week, and report to the CDM Project Manager after verification.
4. QA & QC and procedures in case of emergency:
The value metered by the grid company will be taken as the actual supply to the grid and is used in the
calculation of the Project’s emission reductions. The value metered by the measuring instruments at the
output side of the transformer of the Project hydropower plant will be used as a plausibility check of the
value metered by the grid company. Two electricity meters should be installed at the output side of the
transformer, one for daily measurement and one for backup, and they should have the same accuracy
level. If the meter for daily measurement needs to be repaired or calibrated, the backup meter should be
put into operation. If the backup meter fails in the meantime, the value from the grid company should be
used alone. The data should be cross-checked against relevant electricity sales receipts and/or records
from the grid for the purpose of quality control. Since the data required to be monitored is inconsistent
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with the data required during the Project operation time by the Project Owner and the grid company, the
Power Purchase Agreement between these two parties can be used as reference.
Data record will be archived for a period of 2 years after the issuance of the CERs to which the records
pertain.

B.8 Date of completion of the application of the baseline and monitoring methodology and the
name of the responsible person(s)/entity(ies)

Date completion of the application of the baseline and monitoring methodology: 10 March 2008

INTRACO Co., Ltd.

Mr. Le Chi Hieu


Address : Unit 402, Building 209 Giang Vo , Hanoi
Phone : +84 4 5122580 / 5122581
Fax : + 84 4 5122582
Email : info@carbonvietnam.com
Websites : ww w.carb on vie tn am.com

SECTION C. Duration of the Project activity / crediting period

C.1 Duration of the Project activity:

C.1.1. Starting date of the Project activity:


Starting date of construction: December 2007
Starting date of operation: 01 July 2009

C.1.2. Expected operational lifetime of the Project activity:


30 years

C.2 Choice of the crediting period and related information:

C.2.1. Renewable crediting period

C.2.1.1. Starting date of the first crediting period:


01 July 2009

C.2.1.2. Length of the first crediting period:


7 years
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C.2.2. Fixed crediting period:

C.2.2.1. Starting date:


N/A

C.2.2.2. Length:
N/A
SECTION D. Environmental impacts

D.1. If required by the host Party, documentation on the analysis of the environmental impacts
of the Project activity:

The Environmental Impact Assessment Report of the Project was completed by the Project Owner, and
approved by the Department of Environment and Resources in 2007
According to the Feasibility Study Report and the Environmental Impact Assessment Report,
environmental impacts possibly caused by the Project and the protective measures adopted by the Project
Owner are analyzed as follows:
Compensation for the land occupied by the Project.
The Project involves no migrants and no people need to be relocated due to this project.
All the problems regarding the compensation for the occupied land and resettlement will be solved based
on the real land status and based on the principle of settlement in the closest area in the same village and
in the same community. By means of making adjustment of the tillable field in the village and utilizing
funds for reclaiming land, tamable barren hills and barren land can be developed, which will help solve
the land problem for these people.
Some of the areas of Farmland and forestland with low and poor output will be submerged by the Project.
The Project Owner will make compensations to affected people according to the Land Law (2003),
Decree 197/CP, 84/CP of Government and relevant regulations.
Air pollution and noise
Dusts and noise will be generated in the construction period, tunnel, dam executing (mine exploding).
However, resident areas are so far from the Project site that it will impact on site and not to affect the life
of the inhabitants.
Mine exploding will be carried out following the specific regulations, including using permitted explosive
chemicals currently. Executing units will make the Mining exploding Plan and Safety Measures for
mining which regulate the safety radius, site location, explosive chemicals storage, safe regulations for
using explosive chemicals and drilling …. Executing units will implement above measures seriously and
supervised by project owner to mitigate the negative impacts caused by mining exploding activity to
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environment.
Noises from various construction machines, tail gas emitted by vehicles as well as dust during the
construction period of the Project will have temporary impacts on the quality of the sound environment
and air environment. Since the Project is located in mountainous area with few habitants, it will have little
impact on local people and local environment. The Project Owner will reduce impacts of waste gas, noise
and dust on the construction employees by means of sprinkling at irregular intervals, reducing spills,
enhancing maintenance of machinery and equipment and adopting corresponding protective measures.
These impacts will be eliminated with the achievement of the construction.
During the constructing implementation, executing units will carry out seriously legislative regulations on
labour safety for workers. Equipments and materials which has strictly safety requirements will be
registered and technically calibrated according to currently regulations of the Vietnamese State.
Waste water
Waste water will be generated by production and living activities during the construction and operation
time of the Project. As pollutants in the waste water resulting from production activities are primarily
suspending particulates which are not toxic, the waste water will be discharged after collectively
removing the suspending particulates by means of sedimentation tank. Waste water resulting from living
activities, after being treated by septic tank, will be used to irrigate vegetable garden and forest land, and
will not be discharged directly into the river.
Solid waste
Solid waste and residential waste will be generated during the construction and operation period of the
Project. Solid construction waste will be treated according to the requirements, and vegetation recovery
and planting should be accomplished on the landfill. Residential garbage will be treated according to the
requirements of solid waste treatment.
Ecological impact
According to the investigation, there is no valuable, rare tetramerous and aquatic wildlife in the region of
the Project. The construction of the Project will not create any impact on sources of drinking water. The
Project Owner will frequently do the tasks of cleaning water reservoir satisfying the requirements of
relevant regulations to protect water and ecological environment, and prevent soil erosion.
Excavation of the earth during the construction of the Project will have certain impacts on the ecological
environment. Except for permanent land occupation and occupation of land on which vegetation cannot
be recovered, land temporarily occupied will be leveled, and greening work and recovery of previous
functions regarding the land will be carried out before the completion of the Project.
The Project will have little impact on the terrestrial livings. Since the quantity of phytoplankton and
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zooplankton will be increased, variety and quantity of fish will thus be increased.
To sum up, negative impacts on the environment caused by the Project mainly centered on the
construction period which will disappear along with the completion of the Project construction. In
conjunction with the implementation of a series of environmental protection measures during the
construction and operation, the Project will not have significant impacts on the environment.
In conclusion, environmental impacts arising from the Project are considered insignificant.

D.2. If environmental impacts are considered significant by the Project participants or the host
Party, please provide conclusions and all references to support documentation of an environmental
impact assessment undertaken in accordance with the procedures as required by the host Party:

As the request of the Director of the Department of Natural Resources and Environment of Dak
Nong province, Dak Nong People’s Committee issued Decision No.: 926/QD-UBND on approving
Dak N'Teng Hydropower EIA. The Project Owner has the responsibility to strictly implement all the
contents stated in this approved EIA.

SECTION E. Stakeholders’ comments

E.1. Brief description how comments by local stakeholders have been invited and compiled:

According to the regulation of International Cooperation Department of Ministry of Natural Resources


and Environment, which was designated as a Clean Development Mechanism National Authority (DNA)
in Vietnam, the following organizations are the stakeholders of the proposed project, whose comments
should be collected and reviewed carefully:
+ Me Kong II Hydropower Company Limited
+ The People’ Committee of Dak Nong province (local authorities)
+ Department of Natural Resources and Environment of Dak Nong province
Beside these comments, following the international CDM modalities, the comments of commune’s
representatives were colleted. These comments were received by the Project Owner during the meetings
with the local authority representatives.

E.2. Summary of the comments received:

All the relevant organizations understood that the Project contributes to sustainable development and
environment protection of Vietnam especially creates an increase in local budget and reduction of
poverty; hence they fully support and respond to the Project promptly.
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The comments of the Communes representatives are summarized as follows:


+ The proposed hydropower project is a clean industrial project in this mountainous and remote area
and will contribute to socio-economic development of the communes and the region;
+ The good impacts are expected to be the infrastructure improvement such as road, electricity
access, irrigation, as well as better contacts and exchange possibilities. These will improve
people’s knowledge (including Vietnamese language efficiency and market access);
+ Leading to more effective forest conservation and environment protection;
+ The Project Owner is requested to coordinate with local authorities to:
* Plan, re-allocate cultivated land to farmers, and create favourable conditions for affected
peoples to convert virgin land into new cultivated land, all with preferential policy.
* Construct new public welfare works such as primary school, small clinics, fresh drinking water
system... to serve a stable life and improve the living quality of the local citizens.

E.3. Report on how due account was taken of any comments received:

The organizations’ comments are carefully reviewed. All of them are positive comments. The Project
Owner is committed to create jobs for the local people.
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CONTACT INFORMATION ON PARTICIPANTS IN THE PROJECT ACTIVITY

Organization: Me Kong II Hydropower Company Limited


Street/P.O.Box: 190 Phan Chu Trinh – Buon Ma Thuot City– Dak Lak Province

City: Dak Lak


State/Region: Centre Highlands area
Postfix/ZIP: 10000
Country: Viet Nam
Telephone: + 84 50 951588
FAX: + 84 50 951588
E-Mail:
URL:
Represented by:
Title: Director
Salutation: Mr.
Full Name: Nguyen Thua Minh
Department:
Mobile: +84 - 913462063
Direct FAX: + 84 – 050 - 951588
Direct tel: + 84 – 050 - 951588
Personal E-Mail: thuydienmekong@yahoo.com.vn
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Organization: RWE Power AG

Street/P.O.Box: Huyssenallee 2

Building: /

City: Essen

State/Region: /

Postfix/ZIP: 45128

Country: Germany

Telephone: +49 201 12-20226

FAX: +49 201 12-24132

E-Mail: michael.fuebi@rwe.com

URL: www.rwe.com

Represented by: Michael Fübi

Title: Vice President Climate Protection

Salutation: Dr.

Last Name: Fübi

Middle Name: /

First Name: Michael

Department: /

Mobile: /

Direct FAX: +49 201 12-24132

Direct tel: +49 201 12-20226

Personal E-Mail: michael.fuebi@rwe.com


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INFORMATION REGARDING PUBLIC FUNDING

No public funding as well as ODA funding is involved in the Project activity.


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BASELINE INFORMATION
VIETNAM ELECTRICITY GRID DATA

Capacity Commissioning 2004 2005 2006


No Generation sources
Fuel Fuel Fuel
MW Year Outputs Outputs Outputs
Consumption Consumption Consumption
I Hydropower GWh Kt GWh Kt GWh kt

1 Da Nhim*+ EVN 160 1964 766.00 0.00 525.00 0.00 1,033.00 0.00

2 Thac Ba*+ EVN 108 1973 380.00 0.00 335.00 0.00 322.00 0.00

3 Tri An*+ EVN 400 1989 1,742.00 0.00 1,504.00 0.00 1,946.00 0.00

4 Hoa Binh*+ EVN 1,920 1994 8,405.00 0.00 8,165.00 0.00 7,701.00 0.00

5 Thac Mo*+ EVN 150 1995 637.00 0.00 581.00 0.00 896.00 0.00

6 Vinh Son*+ EVN 66 2000 217.00 0.00 184.00 0.00 331.00 0.00
7 Hinh River*+ EVN 70 2000 359.00 0.00 289.00 0.00 397.00 0.00
8 Ham Thuan*+ EVN 300 2001 1,054.00 0.00 838.00 0.00 1,183.00 0.00
9 Da Mi*+ EVN 172 2001 558.00 0.00 494.00 0.00 682.00 0.00
10 Yaly*+ EVN 720 2001 3,321.00 0.00 3,034.00 0.00 3,755.00 0.00
11 Se San3 EVN 260 2006 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 614.00 0.00
Small hydropower
12
PC1,PC2, PC3 EVN 320.00 0.00 272.00 0.00 349.00 0.00

Total Hydropower 4,326 17,759.00 0.00 16,221.00 0.00 19,209.00 0.00

II Coal Power GWh Kt GWh Kt GWh kt

1 Uong bi*+ EVN 105 1976 641.00 340.54 669.00 355.42 757.00 407.03
2 Ninh Binh*+ EVN 100 1974 633.00 370.62 689.00 403.41 794.00 439.74
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3 Pha Lại 1*+ EVN 440 1986 2,202.00 994.73 2,459.00 1,110.83 2,937.00 1,287.87
4 Pha Lại 2*+ EVN 600 2002 3,529.00 1,186.98 4,299.00 144,597.00 4,315.00 1,459.76
5 Na Dương*+(IPP) PC1 110 2002 70.00 28.59 389.00 158.90 709.00 289.54
6 Cao Ngan*+(IPP) PC1 100 2003 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 62.00 25.32
7 Dam Ha Bac(IPP) PC1 36 2005 0.00 0.00 13.00 5.31 27.00 11.03

Total coal power 1,491 7,075.00 2,921.47 8,518.00 3,479.83 9,601.00 3,920.56

III Gas turbine


Gas turbine fueled with
III.1 GWh Kt GWh Kt GWh kt
gas
1 Ba Ria*+ EVN 312 1996 1,381.00 19,460,355.98 1,386.00 19,530,819.00 1,310.00 18,551,986.82
2 Phu My 1*+ EVN 1,089 2001 4,192.00 48,739,197.66 4,593.00 53,401,524.96 4,236.00 48,958,874.69
3 Phu My 4 EVN 468 2004 1,059.00 12,819,950.07 1,829.00 22,141,343.59 2,026.00 24,780,540.86
4 Phu My 2-1*+ EVN 1,152 2005 3,159.00 39,101,839.80 2,411.00 29,843,157.89 3,842.00 48,070,754.38
5 Dam Phu My (IIP) PC2 18 2005 45.00 553,270.77
6 Phu My 3 (IIP) PTC4 733 2003 4,154.00 50,779,779.59 4,442.00 54,300,385.02 4,110.00 50,532,063.66
7 Phu My 2.2(IIP) PTC4 426-720 2004 210.00 2,567,104.89 3,719.00 45,462,208.89 4,855.00 59,691,768.63
Total gas-fueled gas 173,468,227.9 224,679,439.3 251,139,259.8
turbine power 3,772 14,155.00 9 18,380.00 5 20,424.00 1
Gas turbine fueled with
III.2 GWh Kt GWh Kt GWh kt
oil
1 Thu Duc*+ EVN 70 1995 17.00 5.23 35.00 10.77 32.00 10.56
2 Can Tho(Tra Noc)*+ EVN 140 1999 155.00 45.02 142.00 41.24 109.00 33.14
3 Ba Ria EVN 399 1995 18.00 5.52 41.00 12.58 13.00 4.14
4 Phu My 1 EVN 1,138 2001 7.00 1.90 6.00 1.63 5.00 1.37
5 Phu My 4 EVN 468 2004 32.00 8.31 108.00 28.05 12.00 3.19
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6 Phu My 2-1 EVN 982 1997 21.00 5.64 114.00 30.64 50.00 13.45
Total oil -fueled gas
turbine power 210 250.00 71.63 446.00 124.90 221.00 65.84
Add on (gas and oil
III.3 GWh GJ GWh GJ GWh GJ
fueled)
1 Ba Ria (Energy saving) EVN n.a. n.a. 764.00 10,765,906.00 776.00 10,935,004.00 700.00 9,913,275.41
Phu My 1 (Energy
2
saving) EVN n.a. n.a. 2,320.00 26,973,990.40 2,573.00 29,915,550.56 2,175.00 25,138,232.40
Phu My 4 (Energy
3
saving) EVN n.a. n.a. 536.00 6,488,660.56 1,077.00 13,037,849.67 1,174.00 14,359,503.94
Phu My 2-1 (Energy
4
saving) EVN n.a. n.a. 1,219.00 15,088,684.48 1,114.00 13,789,002.88 2,218.00 27,751,414.16
Total Gas&oil fueled
Add on Power 4,839.00 59,317,241.44 5,540.00 67,677,407.11 6,267.00 77,162,425.90

IV FO fuel thermal power GWh Kt GWh Kt GWh kt


Hiep Phuoc* (IPP)
1
HCMPC 375 2001 1,066.00 299.76 1,424.00 400.43 955.00 268,054.00
2 Amata(IPP) Dong Nai PC 13 1999 50.00 14.06 67.00 18.84 26.00 7.31
Ve Dan (IPP) Dong Nai
3
PC 72 2000 432.00 121.48 463.00 130.20 514.00 144.53
4 Fomosa (IPP) PTC4 160 2004 199.00 55.96 800.00 224.96 1,086.00 305.37
Uong Bi (FO to light the
5
boiler) EVN 105 1976 641.00 0.63 668.88 0.66 759.07 0.92
Ninh Binh (FO to light
6
the boiler) EVN 100 1974 633.00 0.08 689.53 0.08 794.71 0.09
Pha Lai 1 (FO to light the
7
boiler) EVN 440 1986 2,202.00 4.34 2,462.37 4.85 2,937.45 6.29
Pha Lai 2 (FO to light the
8
boiler) EVN 600 2002 3,529.00 2.73 4,303.89 3.33 4,317.00 3.80
9 Can Tho (Tra Noc)*+ EVN 35 1999 177.00 48.36 128.00 34.97 128.00 36.06
10 Thu Duc*+ EVN 165 1972 424.00 120.01 549.00 155.39 472.00 132.55

Total FO power 2,065 2,348.00 667.40 3,431.00 973.71 3,181.00 905.45


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V Diesel power GWh Kt GWh Kt GWh kt

1 PC 1 Diesel n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.


2 PC 2 Diesel n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
3 PC 3 Diesel n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
4 HCMPC Diesel n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
5 Dong Nai PC Diesel n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
6 Da Nang PC Diesel n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.

Total Diesel power 43 11 16 4 25 7


Total Domestic
Electricity Production 46,469.0 52,552.0 58,928.0
Electricity Import from
China 39 383 966
Total VietNam
Electricity 46,508.0 52,935.0 59,894.0
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MONITORING INFORMATION

Please refer to section B7


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List of Documents

No Documents
1 Document No.: 2278/UBND-CN dated Oct 10, 2007 from the People’s Committee of
Dak Nong Province sent to Department of International Cooperation - Ministry of
Natural Resources and Environment.
2 Document No.: 32/CV-CT dated Dec 14, 2007 from Mekong II Power Hydropower Co.,
Ltd. send to Department of International Cooperation - Ministry of Natural Resources
and Environment.
3 Document No.: 26 /CV-CT dated Dec 14, 2007 Mekong II Power Hydropower Co., Ltd.
send to Dak Nong People’s Committee

4 Decision No.: 926/QĐ-UBND dated Jul 23, 2007 of Dak Nong People’s Committee on
approval of the Environment Impact Assessment Report of Dak N’Teng hydropower
j t
5 Working minute with people committee – Stakeholder comment dated Jan 09, 2007 on
Quang Son commune, Dak Nong province