Business Briefing

Vietnam Smart Grid Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)

Business Briefing: Opportunities in the Vietnam Smart Grid Market

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) invites you to attend a Business Briefing with key executives from Electricity Regulatory Authority of Vietnam (ERAV), Electricity Vietnam (EVN), and the Ho Chi Minh City Power Corporation (HCMC) at the Marriot in Santa Clara, CA on June 24, 2014.



Business Briefing

08:00am                   Registration Opens

09:00am                   Introduction and Opening Remarks

09:15am                   Panel on Government Resources for U.S. Businesses

11:00am                   Delegate Presentations

12:00pm                   Networking Lunch


Why Should U.S. Businesses Participate?

The business briefing will provide an opportunity for U.S. companies to learn more about the energy and power sector of Vietnam and will have the opportunity to ask key questions about the needs and requirements of the Vietnamese market, specifically HCMC.

This will include presentations by the delegates giving an overview of the specific needs for Smart Grid implementation and potential project opportunities.



Santa Clara Marriott Hotel

2700 Mission College Boulevard

San Clara, CA



To register for the business roundtable click here.
Registration for the business briefing ends on June 18, 2014.

The cost for the business briefing is $40 per person, which includes:

  • Personal meetings with the delegates
  • Briefing book in hard copy and electronic formats
  • Continental breakfast and lunch

Click here to view the Business Briefing flyer.



For more information regarding the business roundtable, contact:

Ahmad Ghamarian, PhD.



Did you know?

Trung Son Hydropower Project (TSHPP) was approved by the World Bank Board of Executive Directors on April 26th, 2011, and is the first World Bank investment project under IBRD lending conditions to the Government of Vietnam. [1]

Click here to check out Asian Development Bank (ADB) procurement opportunities in Vietnam.


[1] (Trung Son Hydropower Project: Meeting Growing Energy Demands, 2012)