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|Four international expos at the same time will be held to propel the development of Vietnam's emerging renewable energy market|
Vietnam’s Strategy for Renewable Energy Development hopes to triple the output of electricity produced from renewable sources from 58 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) in 2015 to 186 billion kWh by 2030 – targets that have been dubbed as bold and ambitious.
The expos will bring together policy makers, regulators, investors and financiers, utilities, power producers, project developers, and renewable energy vendors with business owners and land developers to discuss the future of energy in Vietnam.
Managing director of Terrapinn, Sharon Roessen, said that, “The future of energy in Vietnam is bright, and Vietnam looks very serious about growing the energy sector, and we have witnessed that since 2017. Solar Show Vietnam 2019 hopes to help drive the country’s renewable energy agenda forward.”
Prominent speakers and guests include senior representatives from the government and local utility EVN, including EREA, MOIT, and EVNCPC and EVNHCMC.
Others include developers and financiers such as the CEO of Trung Nam Group Nguyen Tam Tien, high-level executives from TTC Group, HD Bank, and international players from The Blue Circle, Infraco Asia, and the Asian Development Bank.
The two-day exhibition and conference hopes to drive interest in the renewable energy industry in Vietnam. It also seeks to raise awareness about the variety of renewable energy solutions available for all sectors – the power plants and utilities, the factories and manufacturing plants, the large-scale buildings, and the opportunities for investment and development.
Over 3,000 industry attendees are expected to visit the show. Aside from the main conference, exhibitors will showcase the latest in energy technologies, ranging from home solar rooftop systems, energy storage solutions, inverters, lighting solutions, hybrid and intelligent systems, and more.
The sold-out exhibition has also brought together 120 exhibitors from Vietnam, the Asia-Pacific, and beyond.