Virtual Dialogue on “Options to Integrate of Renewable Energy into Vietnam’s Grid System”
To obtain multi-dimensional dialogues on the overall picture of the grid system, the capacity evacuation issue for renewable energy projects, the Vietnam Initiative for Energy Transition (VIET) will offer an exciting, insightful dialogue with the contents described as following:
- Discuss the status of the existing power grid and some short-term grid development plans to 2022 and 2025.
- Discuss based on the research results of the grid integration of offshore wind power to Vietnam’s national grid to 2030.
- Discuss based on the research results of the ability of grid integration of onshore/nearshore wind power and solar power projects to 2022.
The representative of Vietnam energy corporations:
- Mr. Vo Quang Lam, Deputy General Director of EVN
- Mr. Vu Mai Khanh, Deputy General Director of VietsovPetro
The representative of Donors:
- Mr. Tran Hong Ky, Senior Energy Expert, representing WB
The representative of investors:
- Dr. Hoang Giang – President and CEO of Pacifico Energy VN and Mui Ne Solar Power
- Mr. Bui Van Thinh – Chairman of Binh Thuan Wind Power Association, CEO of Thuan Binh Wind Power Joint Stock Company
The representative of scientists:
- Dr. Nguyen Hong Phuong – Senior Expert in Electricity grid modeling and simulation, VIET and TU/e University, Netherlands
- Dr. Ho Dinh Tham – Senior Expert in Energy Regulation, IES Company, Sydney
- Dr. Dinh Van Nguyen – Senior Expert in Wind Energy Assessment and Planning, VIET and Cork University, Ireland
- MSc. Duong Viet Duc – Senior Expert in Grid Investment
- MSc. Le Quoc Anh – Senior Expert in Grid design and modeling
Moderator: MSc. Ngo To Nhien, Executive Director of VIET
Time: 14:00 – 17:00, Friday, 19 June 2020
Format: Online via the Zoom platform (the Zoom link will be sent via the registered emails before 15:00, 18/6/2020).
Language: Vietnamese and English (with interpretation channel).
Participants: Administrative agencies, Investors, EPC, investment funds, commercial banks, experts, scientists, and press.