Vietnam aims to produce 33 million tonnes of green H2 by 2050 to achieve its green development goals. From May 22-24, our team will be in Ho Chi Minh City and ready to discuss green H2 projects.
The country has great potential for green hydrogen use due to its strong economic sectors. High levels of grey hydrogen usage in Vietnam are present from industry to agriculture, with hydrogen gas playing an important role in the Vietnamese export sector. The Southeast Asian country also aims to nearly double its total installed power generation capacity to 146,000 megawatts by 2030, as well as prioritise using renewable energy and reducing dependency on coal.
Paulina Thomas and Tanai Potisat will be in Ho Chi Minh City from the 22nd until the 24th of May, and will be eager to meet with local project developers and industrial players who want to secure a competitive edge by switching to green hydrogen.
The two of them will be available for a limited number of in-person meetings, so book your slot now:
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