One important component of Vietnam’s current energy transition is solar energy. The country is building its first photovoltaic power plant, the Trung Nam Solar Power Plant. Siemens is delivering the so-called “electrical Balance of Plant” (eBoP) solution. The plant will have an output of 204 megawatts and will be the largest solar farm in the country. Once up and running, the solar park will generate between 401 million and 450 million kWh of electricity annually. The solar power plant will be built in the southern province of Ninh Tuan and will be completed in June 2019. The customer, Trung Nam Construction Investment Corporation, was founded in 2004 as an investment company for the energy, infrastructure and real estate sectors. In the energy sector, the Vietnamese group has already relocated and modernized a 110-kV power transmission line and is investing in wind and hydro power plant projects.