Opportunity to meet high level decision makers from Vietnam's power transmission sector
As part of the Vietnam Advanced Technologies for Power Transmission Reverse Trade Mission, USTDA is hosting a business briefing for U.S. companies on December 5, 2019 at 9:00 AM at USTDA's Business center in Arlington, VA. Attendees will learn about the latest EVNNPT projects and initiatives and have the opportunity to meet one on one with the delegates.
Agenda - December 5, 2019
9:30 Welcome and Introductions
9:45 Delegate Presentations followed by Q&A
11:00 Networking Break
11:30 Roundtable Discussion
1:00 Networking Lunch
2:00 One-on-one Meetings
Attend the Business Briefing to:
Learn about upcoming opportunities in Vietnam's transmission sector
Form new business partnerships
Showcase your company's expertise
Meet one-on-one with key decision makers
Participate in the industry roundtable
Delegation's area of interests include:
Emergency response communications technologies
Emergency Notification Systems
Disaster preparedness, response, and mitigation technologies
Best practices in emergency communications
Policy and regulatory enablers
Business Briefing: Opportunities in Vietnam's Power Sector
USTDA Business Center
1101 Wilson Blvd, Suite. 1100 Arlington, VA
December 5, 2019 900 AM - 400 PM
Registration is required. The $25 investment includes a networking luncheon, Business Briefing handbook and an opportunity to schedule one-on-one meetings with the delegation. U.S. companies only.
As electricity demand in Vietnam continues to rapidly grow, the country is working to increase and modernize its power sector infrastructure to facilitate overall economic growth. Advances in industrialization and connectivity have led to electricity demand growth at a rate of 10 to 12 percent per annum, placing additional pressure on the national grid. As a result, transmission capacity needs to expand and modernize to keep up with increased generation including the expected growth of renewable energy.
EVNNPT is the state-owned entity in Vietnam responsible for transmission network investment, construction, operation, and maintenance. Over the next
3-5 years, EVNNPT anticipates investments of $800 million to $1 billion annually to support Vietnam’s transmission system modernization and expansion. The company is looking to build its technical capacity in transmission technologies and ICT infrastructure, as well as other advanced technologies including unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), robots, asset management systems, machine learning, Internet of Things (IOT) and artificial intelligence (AI). This RTM will help EVNNPT identify technologies vendors, manufacturers, and service providers in the United States to help achieve its development goals.
Vietnam Advanced Technologies for Power Transmission Reverse Trade Mission
Washington, DC (December 1-7); Chicago, IL (December 8-10) and San Francisco, CA (December 11-14)
The U.S. Trade and Development Agency is hosting the Vietnam Advanced Technologies for Power Transmission Reverse Trade Mission (RTM) to familiarize delegates from the Vietnam Electricity National Power Transmission Corporation (EVNNPT) with U.S. technologies and best practices to support Vietnam’s growing power development needs.
The reverse trade mission’s itinerary includes stops in Washington, DC (December 1-7); Chicago, IL (December 8-10) and San Francisco, CA (December 11-14) where the delegates will meet with U.S. utilities, government organizations, industry associations, and U.S. technology and equipment providers. The topics of discussion will feature U.S. best practices in power transmission as related to new technologies, services and financing.
As part of the RTM, USTDA is hosting a business briefing for U.S. companies on December 5, 2019 at 9:00 AM at USTDA's Business center in Arlington, VA. Attending U.S. companies will learn about upcoming project opportunities in Vietnam and have the opportunity to meet with decision makers from Vietnam's transmission utility.
To learn more about how your company can participate in this business development opportunity,
contact Pamela Peseux, RTM Manager at email@example.com or telephone 301.335.1725.
Tuatara Group is organizing the RTM on behalf of USTDA.