Mua than đá in Vietnam is always ongoing. This shows that Vietnam is still a country heavily dependent on the coal industry and uses coal for many production purposes. Although the world recommends stopping the use of coal for environmental protection purposes, however, the current situation, the stop is certainly impossible, because it depends on many objective factors.
Buying imported coal is one of Vietnam's strategies for sustainable energy development and stabilizing the national electricity source. In parallel with the deployment of clean renewable energy, our country still uses coal as the main source, serving the efficient combustion of electricity generation with high capacity.

Why does Vietnam continue to mua than đá, despite the world 's encouragement to stop coal consumption to avoid negative environmental impacts? In fact, studies of coal when burning have a certain influence on the air, reducing air quality. However, if you look at it differently, coal helps to produce life a lot. And this is the most feasible source for the financial and economic situation at that time in producing and meeting national electricity consumption.
In order to overcome concerns, Vietnam also simultaneously used clean technology solutions in production, selecting sources of quality coal, low ash and slag emissions when burning in the environment ...
Up to now, coal usage continues to increase sharply, with an average consumption of about 60 million tons, of which mua than đá accounts for about 27%.
Total coal used is divided for many different purposes, such as in metallurgical technology, steel, cement, and especially used in the field of national electricity production (accounting for nearly 70% of the supply for the boiler) . In order for the economy to thrive, it is normal to mua than đá and use coal.

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