Real estate is identified as a spearhead business that plays an important role in the Kosy Group’s long-term vision and development strategy.
Kosy Group has successfully deployed many urban areas in the provinces. In 2021, Kosy Group starts construction of 5 key projects: Kosy City Beat Thai Nguyen urban area has a scale of 19.9 hectares, total investment is over 600 billion VND; Kosy Ha Nam urban area has a scale of 22.94 ha, total investment of over 500 billion VND; Kosy Ninh Binh urban area has a scale of 41.8 hectares, total investment of 1,220 billion VND; Kosy Riverside urban area (Lao Cai) with a scale of 41.8 hectares, total investment of 1,500 billion VND; Kosy Ha Tinh urban area has a scale of 42.8 hectares, a total investment of 750 billion VND.
It is expected that in 2022 and the following years, Kosy Group will continue to expand its land fund, start many large-scale projects up to hundreds of hectares, with a total investment of up to tens of thousands of billion VND in many provinces. city in the country.
In the long-term development strategy of Kosy Group, renewable energy is identified as an important field besides the real estate sector, demonstrating a vision to catch up with the general development trend of Vietnam and the world.
The projects of hydroelectricity, wind power, solar power, electric storage, etc., help ensure stable and sustainable revenue and profit for Kosy Group’s business activities.
In 2021, Kosy Group starts construction of two new hydroelectric plants, Pa Vai Su (Lai Chau) and Muong Tung (Dien Bien) with a total capacity of 76.5 MW, a total investment of about VND 2,500 billion. At the same time, Nam Pac 1 & 2 Hydropower Plant – capacity of 34 MW, total investment of VND 1,100 billion and Kosy Bac Lieu Wind Power Plant phase 1 – capacity of 40 MW, total investment of VND 1,600 billion, also officially operate and generate electricity, connecting to the national electricity grid.
In the coming time, Kosy Group will continue to implement many hydropower projects, wind power, solar power, electric storage … in many provinces. By 2025, Kosy Group will have over 500 MW of hydroelectricity, wind power, and solar power to generate electricity and connect to the national grid.