The major energy users on the list shall perform all their duties specified in the Law on Economical and Efficient Use of Energy No. 50/2010/QH12, Decree No. 21/2011/ND-CP and other relevant legislative documents.
This Decision comes into force as from the date on which it is signed.
1. Determination of electricity prices for clients that buy apartments in case the investor has transferred the apartments without carrying out procedures for handing over the electricity network to electricity retailers.
2. Principles for determining wholesale price upon adjusting the retail prices of electricity.
3. Determination of wholesale price of electricity in markets.
4. Determination of retail price of electricity for domestic purpose for tenants that are students or workers.
This Circular takes effect from October 26th, 2018.
Accordingly, in comparison with the earlier list, the new list adds more some equipment that has to be discarded (prohibited from import, manufacture and domestic sale) if equipment fails to satisfy the minimum energy efficiency standards specified in the national standards, including: refrigerator freezers; non-ducted air conditioners; television sets; computer monitors; copiers; printers and commercial refrigerated cabinets
Road map for discarding: from July 10th, 2018 with regard to any low-efficiency equipment that fails to satisfy the minimum energy efficiency standards specified in the national standards in the Appendix I and from July 10th, 2020 with regad to any low-efficiency equipment that fails to satisfy the minimum energy efficiency standards specified in TCVN in the Appendix II.
Particularly, the list of and road map for banning from new construction of obsolete and low-efficiency generating sets and list of, road map for banning from import of old and obsolete equipment used for generating sets shall be carried out according to Appendix III of this Decision
This Decision takes effect from July 10th, 2018 and replaces Decision No. 78/2013/QD-TTg dated December 25th, 2013.
Official Letter No. 1868/BCT-TKNL - Requirements upon using energy yield testing sheet of another enterprise ( 13-Mar-2018) According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, in case Enterprise B wants to use energy yield testing sheet of Enterprise A for products with the same model, manufacturer, origin and technical specifications in order to apply to carry out procedures for inspection of minimum energy yield and energy labeling, Enterprise B must have written authorization to be permissible to use energy yield testing sheet of Enterprise A and written commitment of Enterprise A to fully take responsibilities for quality of the products with the same model traded by Enterprise B.
Regarding inspection of energy efficiency, aiming to facilitate enterprises, the Ministry of Industry and Trade agrees to allow the transfer of time point to inspect from pre-customs clearance to post - customs clearance – in other words, papers of efficiency inspection may be submitted after the import. However, the proposal to remove procedures for inspection of efficiency is not appropriate to the Law and exceeds the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s jurisdiction.
Regarding time limit for submission of efficiency inspection papers, the Ministry of Industry and Trade may prolong from 15 days (under current regulations) to 60 days in order for enterprises to have enough time to inspect particular industrial equipment.
In addition, relating to the List of goods must be undergone the efficiency inspection issued together Decision No. 78/2013/QD-TTg and Decision No. 04/2017/QD-TTg, the Ministry of Industry and Trade also proposes amendments, supplements to name of goods, HS codes to the Ministry of Finance so as to be appropriate to the List of imports and exports 2018. The details are provided in the attached Appendix.