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Int’l water, energy expo to open in HCMC

Substantial development measures in the water and energy sectors in Vietnam in the context of complex climate change will be discussed at international exhibitions in Ho Chi Minh City from November 9-11, 2016, heard a press conference in the city on August 22.

The events are expected to draw the participation of foreign enterprises from France, Germany, Australia, the Netherlands, Japan, China, the Republic of Korea, Singapore and Thailand, among others.

According to the organising board, the sequence of events will open opportunities to exchange and bolster collaboration among experts, investors, managers, international enterprises and local partners.

Within the framework of the exhibitions, several seminars will be held to address the industries’ issues, especially pragmatic solutions in the Mekong Delta, the Central region and the Central Highlands which are all affected by climate change.

Huynh Kinh Tuoc, Director of the Energy Conservation Centre in Ho Chi Minh City said Vietnam has devised its renewable energy development strategy to 2030 with a vision to 2050, which affirms the development and use of renewable energy sources will contribute to realising durable environmental and green economic development targets. 

He added Vietnam is a potential market for local and foreign enterprises to invest and develop renewable energy and energy saving. 

Source: Vietnam Plus

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