New Zealand firms showcased sustainable and clean-technology innovations like windmills, solar lights, and waste-water processing solutions at a conference held in HCM City yesterday.
“Viet Nam is widely recognised as a leading emerging economy and it is increasingly looking forwards projects that use renewable sources of energy,” Graham Sims, New Zealand consul and Trade Commissioner in the city, said.
“As a world leader in clean technologies, New Zealand can partner with Viet Nam to develop a range of solutions that will meet growing energy demands. “We are also uniquely placed to assist with developing sustainable and efficient systems to help with wastewater, clean drinking water, sustainable building systems, and other issues.”
The New Zealand companies participating in the conference were Tourism Resource Consultants, Apex Environmental Ltd, Energy Mad, Energy Recovery Engineering and Construction Ltd, Intalok, and Solar Bright Ltd.
The event is organised by the New Zealand Trade and Enterprise – New Zealand’s economic development agency — was attended by local environment consultants and officials, construction companies, architects, land developers, and investors. —VNS