Ireland wants to share energy development experiences with Vietnam
"The future of clean energy" is the theme of the conference held on November 5 in Hanoi by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Vietnam in collaboration with the Embassy of Iceland in an official visit to Vietnam of President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson of Republic Iceland .
The partner institutions and enterprises of Vietnam, Iceland has signed a number of documents, the framework agreement on the construction of green energy company, cooperative programs in technology.
Iceland also identified Vietnam as countries with the process of socio-economic development of power, fuel consumption and advocated greater sustainable development requiring diverse energy solutions and reduce dependence on resources fossil energy.
Deputy Prime Minister confirmed that the opportunity to strengthen cooperation between the two countries in the future is very positive, especially the energy sector which plays an essential role in the process of industrialization and growth of Vietnam.
On this occasion, the partner institutions and enterprises of the two countries signed a number of documents, the framework agreement on the construction of green energy companies, programs of technological cooperation.
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