Asia Renewables 2018 - 4th Biomass & Bioenergy Asia,

17-19 Jan, 2018 - Ho Chi Minh City, VIETNAM

Eastin Grand Hotel Saigon

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About our Event Speakers

We pride ourselves in presenting to you accomplished leaders, authors and advocates with strong track records of achievement and vision in a wide array of backgrounds, professional fields and life experiences. We believe you will benefit from their years of knowledge and experience and also from the latest thinking and innovative processes driving individuals and organizations forward.

Speakers at this Event

Ms. Nguyen Tuong Khanh

Ms. Nguyen Tuong Khanh

Snr Project Officer, Energy Support Prog, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Project

Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

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Ms. Nguyen Tuong Khanh

Ms. Nguyen Tuong Khanh

Snr Project Officer, Energy Support Prog, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Project

Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

AGENDA SESSION

Solid Biomass Energy Development in Vietnam: Potentials, Applications & Success Factors

Day 3 [Fri 19, January], at 09:40 AM

PROFILE

Mrs. Khanh has been working for GIZ since 2007 and currently is the Senior Project Officer of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (4E) project. She is technically responsible for the implementation and quality assurance of the Renewable Energy component (bioenergy).

With more than 10 years working experiences in the development organization with 9 years focus on renewable energy development in Vietnam, Mrs. Khanh has intensively involved in relevant policies development and advices, design and implementation of capacity building measures to key stakeholders and private sector support. With regards to bioenergy projects, Mrs. Khanh has engaged in the development of the FIT for solid biomass and W2E projects in Vietnam and closely supporting the sugar industry in increasing energy production from bagasse and other biomass resources. “Work for change” is the dream job for Khanh, as the impacts of her work in the development sector are significant, on a wide spectrum and on a sustainable basis.