Energy efficiency towards the future
15:34 | 28/04/2014
The International Exhibition Fair on Environment and Energy Technology attracts the interests of numerous people
According to Hanoi Energy Conservation Center (ECC Hanoi) Director Dao Hong Thai, ENTECH Hanoi 2014 will create a convenient environment for businesses to access advanced technological solutions, contributing to gradually replacing low-performance equipment in order to save costs and improve competitiveness. In addition, the fair also aims at advertising products, equipment and advanced technology on energy saving and cleaner production.
ENTECH Hanoi 2014 covering on a total area of about 12,000sq.m will bring together about 120 domestic and foreign businesses with 180 booths. The fair will introduce energy-saving equipment and technology in transport, the renewable energy sector, industrial production lines and production equipment. In addition, ENTECH Hanoi 2014 will have a consultative area for businesses to learn more about legal documents on energy saving as well as look for energy service companies (ESCO). ENTECH Hanoi 2014 will also hold many workshops and contests on green technology and meetings to sign cooperation contracts. All Vietnamese businesses participating in ENTECH Hanoi 2014 will receive a 50 percent discount on their registration fees.
Dao Hong Thai said that ENTECH Hanoi 2014 will see a large number of businesses participating. The number of booths has increased from 150-160 booths in the previous years to 180 this year. In addition, ENTECH Hanoi 2014 will focus on introducing new energy technology, renewable energy, technology using waste heat to generate power and energy-saving solutions in transport.
According to Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade Deputy Director Pham Duc Tien, the fair is not only one of Vietnam’s largest specialty fairs but also one of seven most effective fairs for Korean businesses. The Republic of Korea is one of leading foreign partners actively participating in the fair each year. In addition to the Republic of Korea, ENTECH Hanoi 2014 will also see businesses from China, Japan and Sweden.
In addition to displaying high-performance and energy-saving products, ENTECH Hanoi 2014 will also offer trade opportunities for businesses. Participating businesses have found appropriate technology and partners with contracts valued up to US$104 million over the previous five fairs. “The total value of contracts reached US$3 million in 2009, while its figure rose to US$30 million in 2013,” Dao Hong Thai said.
General Department of Energy’s Science, Technology and Energy Conservation Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade Deputy Director Nguyen Van Long highly appreciated the fair’s impressive results over its five-year history. He also said that the fair has helped businesses and people access to energy-saving solutions.
According to statistics, about 140,000 people have attended the previous five fairs, while the number of foreign businesses has continuously increased.