Nami Energy Chairman Luu Hoang Ha delivered training on energy PPP projects as part of Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management (FSPPM)’s Public-Private Partnership course during 24-26 June.
As a guest lecturer, Ha presented issues and success factors of Vietnam's gas-fired power projects and analysed the drivers and constraints of key stakeholders. He examined Government Guarantee and Undertakings (GGUs) and the prospect of such GGUs in future energy projects.
Ha also shared his view on the opportunities and challenges of developing PPP offshore wind projects and led an interactive discussion. Through this training, Nami Energy continues contributing its part to developing the human resources needed for a smooth and successful energy transition in Vietnam.
The course is the first executive training that FSPPM has offered to the public, attracting almost 30 participants who are senior and mid-level managers in public and private sectors, NGOs and service providers such as law firms and banks. The training helped participants develop knowledge and skills (financial, regulatory and legal, contractual, risk allocation and management etc.) required for successfully structuring and executing PPP projects in Vietnam.
Initiated by Fulbright University Vietnam, FSPPM is known for its role as an influential policy think tank and its high-quality teaching and research capabilities. Its two unique programs (MPP in Public Policy Analysis and MPP in Leadership and Management) are the only programs in the Southeast Asia region that are accredited by NASPAA (Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration).