The EU-Vietnam Business Network (EVBN) kicks off its 3rd edition of the Green Technology Trade Mission to Vietnam, focusing on promoting European companies and technologies in the renewable energy sector on the Vietnamese market. Companies from leading nations in the sector such as France, Germany and Spain will be participating in the mission in order to find potential partners in the market while exhibiting on the European Pavilion at the Vietwater & RE – EE Exhibition 2017 at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City on 8 – 10 November, 2017.

On the European Pavilion organized by EVBN, visitors will get to be introduced about the latest technology in centrifugal blowers and biogas boosters from the French company Continental Industrie; market-leading integrated solution set for the management of renewable energy installations from the Spanish company  GreenPowerMonitor; MSW and waste shredding/ RDF production from the German company Haas Recycling-Systems; and regional investment solutions from Scandinavian suppliers for energy efficiency project by Gate to Asia Limited. Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Vietnam Company Limited will also present its SmartAqua water meter as part of the pavilion.

Keeping the format from the previous trade missions, this year Green Technology Trade Mission will include tailored B2B meetings and an informative session about the incentives from the Vietnamese government for foreign investments in the sector. EVBN and EuroCham will co-host a conference “GreenBook Official Launch and Smart Cities” within the scope of the trade mission on 9 November at Seminar Room 2, Ground Floor, Hall A2, SECC. The GreenBook features best practices and solutions for smart and sustainable development for Europe-Vietnam green business, trade and investment.

For more information, please visit our European Pavilion – Booth K34 at the Vietwater & RE-EE exhibition on 8 – 10 November, 2017 at SECC, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City.

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