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04/08/2020
[FREE WEBINAR] Developing Vietnam’s Energy Industry

Developing Vietnam’s Energy Industry

Date: Wednesday, 12 August 2020
Time: 17:00 (GMT+7)
Language: English

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In recent years, Viet Nam has increased its non-hydro renewable capacity targets in its power development plan, from 9.4% to 21% of total installed capacity in 2030, and decreased the share of coal-fired capacity from 52% to 43% – ADB.
As one of the fastest growing economies in Asia-Pacific, Vietnam’s infrastructure demands are fast outfacing supply; by 2021 energy requirements will have risen by another 10%. With a highly-skilled, young workforce and a forward-thinking government investment plan, Vietnam presents an attractive foreign investment landscape and a strong desire to explore green energy initiatives to fullfill the longterm demand.
In this webinar entitled “Developing Vietnam’s Energy Industry” you will learn about clean-tech concepts, Vietnam’s advanced energy landscape and the latest challenges in Vietnam which require your industry-leading solutions.
This webinar is as a part of GLOBAL ENERGY & UTILITIES DIGITAL WEEK from 10 – 13 August 2020.

 

Time
(GMT+7)
Topics Synopsis
17:00 – 17:30

A case study on a wind energy built-own-operate business in Vietnam – environment, planning and pitfalls

Speaker: Mr Logan Knox – General Director of UPC Renewables Vietnam Management

17:30 – 18:00 M&A activities – Due diligence and compliance procedures in the Vietnam renewable energy sector. What to expect in 2021 and beyond
Speaker: Mr Lim Chor Ghee, General Director of TRICOR Vietnam
Massive deployment of renewable energy projects in 2019 – 2020 in response to attractive FIT regime have created an opportunity for major energy players and green funds to acquire cash generating assets in Vietnam. What should one watch out for when undertaking M&A in this sector, and what measures can minimize compliance risks? Renewable energy M&A trends in the near term for Vietnam will be explored.
18:00 – 18:15 Q&A
Moderator: Mr BT Tee – General Manager of Informa Markets in Vietnam

 

PANELS OF SPEAKERS

 

Mr. Lim Chor Ghee
General Director

Tricor Vietnam

Meet Lim Chor Ghee, General Director of Tricor Vietnam. He has more than 25 years of experience in business, corporate & consultancy, with more than 12 years in Vietnam (and has a wealth of knowledge in dealing with investment management, FDI, cross border taxation, M&A etc.) He is passionate about promoting Vietnam as an excellent investment destination for foreign multinationals and supports the internationalization of Vietnamese investment.

Mr. Logan Knox

CEO
UPC Renewables Vietnam

Logan Joined UPC Group in 2013 and has nearly a decade of experience in the renewables industry.

Currently serves as the CEO of UPC Renewables Vietnam, and was previously the VP of Operations of UPC Renewables Philippines.

He has participated in the development of over 450 MW of projects in the Philippines, Indonesia and India.

Prior to joining UPC, he held various positions at Siemens Wind Power in sales and project management.

Logan graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville with a BA in International Business and Mandarin Chinese.

 

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Dear Participants, After careful deliberation with key industry members and partners, Informa Markets in Vietnam, the organiser of Electric & Power Vietnam 2020, has taken the difficult but necessary decision to reschedule the event to June 2021 - dates to be confirmed shortly.
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