RE & EE Vietnam: Renewable energy technologies
RE & EE Vietnam, Vietnam's leading renewable energy and energy efficiency exhibition, will take place in SECC, Ho Chi Minh City from 8 to 10 November 2017. The exhibition will be welcoming several international pavilions, including China, Germany, Taiwan and the UK.
This third edition of RE & EE Vietnam will highlight a wide range of new technologies for photovoltaic modules, the conversion of sludge to renewable energy, multi-fuel power, hydropower stations, biogas, biomass, thermal insulation and energy efficiency.
Ms. Eliane van Doorn, Business Development Director (ASEAN Business), UBM Asia, the organiser of RE & EE Vietnam said, "Climate change is not just an environmental issue. It is a development issue, which has enormous economic and social consequences. The challenge for the region's developing countries is whether they can switch to a less polluting pattern of production while maintaining the growth and development they require. In Vietnam the energy demand is projected to increase by more than ten percent annually in the next five years and requires power capacity to double; the government is moving forward to develop the renewable energy sources to ensure energy security and addressing the growing power demand. Hence, we are excited that our RE&EE Exhibition will bring several potential solutions for the energy sector."
In line with the exhibition, some free-to-attend sessions at technical seminars will take place during the three-day event. At the conference, with the theme "Towards developing renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in Vietnam", industry experts will present their experience of operating and managing some of the recent renewable energy projects in Vietnam, and will give the latest updates on the new policies and incentives in Vietnam.