3rd VIETNAM RENEWABLE ENERGY SUMMIT 2020

10-11 MARCH, 2020 | HANOI, VIETNAM | Melia Hotel

ABOUT THE EVENT

Vietnam, where renewable power are poised for a significant rise and with 4.4GW solar power successfully installed by the end of June, 2019 and wind power planning to hit 2GW by 2025, 6GW by 2030, is one of the hottest destinations for renewable energy investment in Asia Pacific.

On September 10, 2018, the Prime Minister of Vietnam approved the amendment and revision of the wind power tariffs as per Decision No. 37/2011/QD-TTg issued on support mechanisms for the development of wind power projects in Vietnam. Under the revision, the FIT for wind power projects will be increased to 8.5 US cents/ kWh for onshore and 9.8 US cents/kWh for offshore/nearshore respectively, the new FiTs are in effect since 1 November 2018 and will be applicable for projects that commence operations before 1 November 2021, which made the investors and developers turn back and rush into the wind market again.

According to the master development milestone for wind power sector and comparison with the solar development in Vietnam, given it also takes time to complete the signing of PPA, reach financial closure and commence construction, we anticipated that Q1/Q2 of 2020 will be the golden time for deal making. In addition, with the Revision of Planning Law to be unveiled very soon, more than 10GW of wind projects will moving forward again. Meanwhile, following the Circular No. 02 updated guidelines (requirements for wind measurement and met mast), more qualified new projects will be unveiled next year with nearly one-year data of IEC compliant met mast, ensuring the authenticity and stability of the project development. It is time that both local and international players shall join hands to seek the opportunities and tackle the challenges ahead of the industry.

On the other hand, after Vietnam’s solar boom phase, solar development has experienced a stagnation period due to the policy gap. Under the most recent version of New Draft Decision, projects that do not meet FiT deadline will face a definite transition to auction scheme, which is currently under formulation and implementation by EVN and MOIT. As for now, around 500MW solar projects are still under construction. In addition, solar market in Vietnam remains 2.5GW capacity under development with PPA-signed; and exceeding 2GW projects has obtained the grid connection permission by EVN. Therefore, we anticipate that the solar market in Vietnam will still with 1GW annual growth in the short-term, but the market players have to prepare adequately for the transition from FiT to auction scheme.

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MEET THE SPEAKER

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Nguyen Duc Ninh

 Deputy Director

National Load Dispatch Center (NLDC)

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Nguyen Le Tuan

Director, Vietnam Institute of Seas and Islands, VASI

Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE)

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Hyunjung Lee

Senior Energy Economist

Asian Development Bank

Jormsup Lochaya, Chairman, Super Energy

Jormsup Lochaya

Chairman

Super Energy

Nguyen Tien Phong, Vice President, Pacific Corporation

Nguyen Tien Phong

Vice President

Pacific Corporation

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Nguyen Hoang Long

Investment Director

FECON

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Gilles Beau

Chief Development Officer

The Blue Circle

 

Oman Singh, Regional Director, Hero Future Energies-01

Oman Singh

Regional Director

Hero Future Energies

 

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Nguyen Van Tau

Country Director of Business Development

ACWA Power

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Jose Antonio Millan Ruano

Chief Global Development Officer

Univergy

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Bence Szegedi

Vice President, Asia Investment Team

SUSI Partners

Ian Tuft, Senior Director, CLP Holdings (2)

Ian Tuft

Senior Director

CLP Holdings

Saurabh Mathur, Chief Operating Officer, Halcom Vietnam JSC-01

Saurabh Mathur

Chief Operating Officer

Halcom Vietnam JSC

 

Bernard Casey, Development Director, Mainstream Renewable Power

Bernard Casey

Development Director

Mainstream Renewable Power

Do Van Dien, Chairman & CEO, TSV Investment JSC-02-01

Do Van Dien

Chairman & CEO

TSV Investment JSC

 

Edward Douglas, Partner, Armstrong Asset Management

Edward Douglas

Partner

Armstrong Asset Management

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Cristiano Spillati

Managing Director

Limes Renewable Energy

Stefan Robertsson, Principal, The Lantau Group-04-01

Stefan Robertsson

Principal

The Lantau Group

 

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Nguyen Hai Duc

Renewable Energy Advisor

USAID

Do Thi Thu Ha, Senior Partner, KPMG

Do Thi Thu Ha

Senior Partner

KPMG

Wen Bin Lim, Director of Power and Utilities, KPMG

Wen Bin Lim

Director of Power and Utilities

KPMG

Benoit Nguyen, Renewables Advisory, Head of Section, DNV GL-01

BENOIT NGUYEN

Renewables Advisory, Head of Section

 DNV GL

 

Dang Chi Lieu, Partner, Baker McKenzie

Dang Chi Lieu

Partner

Baker McKenzie

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Thomas Jakobsen

Managing Director

Indochina Energy Partners

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Henrik Baltcheffsky

CEO

Hexicon

Net Le, Founding Partner, LNT & Partners-03-01

Net Le

Founding Partner

LNT & Partners

Oliver Massmann, Partner, International Attorney at Law and Certified Financial Accountant and Auditor, Duane Morris LLP (2)

Oliver Massmann

Partner

Duane Morris LLP

VENUE

Melia Hotel

Address: 44B Ly Thuong Kiet Street,Hanoi
Phone: +84 24 3934 3343

The luxurious Melia Hanoi is located right in the city center of Hanoi, inside the diplomatic and financial district and close to main tourist attractions, entertainment and shopping areas: Most ministries and embassies are located within 1 km distance.