Event Start:
11/10/18 16:00
Event End:
11/10/18 19:00
KPMG's Offices, 46th Floor, Keangnam Landmark 72, Hanoi
Event Summary:

IPFA Asia: Hanoi: Renewable Energy in Vietnam

 Demand for electricity in Vietnam has grown at a rate of 13% annually since 2000. Anticipated future demand will require annual investments of $8 billion to $12 billion per year. Vietnam’s traditional financing model for energy infrastructure has relied mostly on public investment by state-owned enterprises backed by government guarantees.

Going forward, Vietnam is looking at the private sector for about 70% of new power generation investments. In this seminar, we will discuss current issues around financing major infrastructure projects in Vietnam from several perspectives:
- Constraints around PPP/IPPs
- Regulatory challenges
- Financial challenges

4.00pm Registration

4.20pm Welcome and Introduction
Ha Do, Senior Partner, KPMG

4.30pm Keynote Address

5.00pm Panel Discussion
Wen Bin Lim, Director, Infrastructure Advisory, KPMG Singapore 
Franz Gerner, Senior Energy Economist, World Bank in Vietnam
Ojasvi Gupta, Senior Vice President – Commercial, Amplus Energy Solutions
Christopher Dorman, Development Manager, Mainstream Renewable Energy

5.50pm Closing Remarks
Wen Bin Lim, Director, Infrastructure Advisory, KPMG Singapore 

5.55pm IPFA Update

6.00pm Networking Drinks Reception kindly hosted by KPMG




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