Singaporean Consul General Roy Kho recently visited Nami Energy to discuss opportunities and potential collaboration between Vietnam and Singapore in the energy sector.
Mr Roy Kho said Singapore, similar to Vietnam, aims to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. Therefore, Singaporean companies are looking at ways to deliver their clean energy commitments, including adopting solar energy in their operations in Vietnam or making investments in the sector.
"Vietnam and Singapore leaders recently agreed on expanding cooperation in new areas of mutual interest such as the digital economy and green economy - including renewable energy and carbon trading and services”, said Mr Roy Kho.
Mr Luu Hoang Ha, Chairman of Nami Energy, introduced the company and its medium-term business aspirations, highlighting its unique strength in building a solid platform based on human resources capacity and in-depth industry knowledge.
“We are constantly looking for opportunities to grow our business as a distributed energy investor", said Mr Luu Hoang Ha. "Furthermore, our unique energy consulting arm advises international energy players on entry strategy, public relations, policy advocacy, M&A, joint venture, and project development to accelerate Vietnam’s rapid energy transition.”