HANOI & HCMC: Breakfast Talk: Renewable energy for factories

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In video conference with CCIFV Hanoi (40 Cát Linh, Đống Đa, Hà Nội)


Consumers all over the world are showing increasing interest in sustainable products and manufacturers are facing growing pressure to become greener. Transiting to renewable energy will make manufacturing facilities more attractive to international clients and will help reduce operational costs.

Vietnam is home to 98.000 hectares of factory roof space, turning those spaces into a source of sustainable energy will help Vietnam build a global reputation as a responsible producer of products with a low carbon footprint.

Come and learn about what solutions are available for your supply chain.

As an introduction, Perrine, CCIFV CSR Project Manager, will present Vietnam’s challenges towards its booming economy. These challenges are a true opportunity for companies and Corporate Social Responsibility is the answer to a sustainable development and a competitive advantage.

What you will learn: 

  • The current trend and increasing demand for sustainability
  • How renewable energy lower carbon emissions
  • Solutions available in Vietnam for renewable energy
  • How factories can lower their carbon emissions and their operational costs – for FREE – in only 1 month.


About the speaker:

Clothilde Deneve is a Sales Director at Shire Oak International, a renewable energy project developer. Shire Oak has a track record of developing US$2.5bn of renewable energy projects to date. In Vietnam they are focusing on developing solar rooftop projects under a leasing model. She has worked in the sourcing industry in Vietnam and China for many years, working closely with factories and logistics companies, before moving to the renewable energy sector. She is now helping manufacturers transition to renewable energy and improve their sustainability.



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