Vietnam Clean Energy Program: Energy Efficiency Promotion in the Building Sector (Factsheet)
The USAID Vietnam Clean Energy Program partners with the Ministry of Construction (MOC) to implement the Vietnam Energy Efficiency Building Code (VEEBC) and provide technical assistance to formulate the Ministry’s Green Growth Action Plan (GGAP).
Vu Thi Vinh: Passion for Sustainable Development of Vietnam’s Cities
For Ms. Vu Thi Vinh, studying construction at the Hanoi University of Civil Engineering in 1964 was an honor. As an excellent student and graduate, she decided to be a lecturer and associate professor at the Hanoi Architectural University’s urban architecture department and thought it would be her lifelong career.
USAID Mission Director Praises Energy Simulation Measures for new Hanoi Training Center
USAID Mission Director for Vietnam, Mr. Michael Greene, applauded the implementation of energy simulation measures and the efforts towards energy saving during his visit to the Energy Manager Training Center (ETC) construction site in Hanoi on December 8, 2016.
Training On Building Design Review, Appraisal And Commissioning in Ho Chi Minh City
The USAID Vietnam Clean Energy Program in cooperation with the Department of Construction of Ho Chi Minh City organized a training session on building design review, appraisal and commissioning on November 10, 2016.
Consultancy Service- Program Video Production
Winrock International, an international not for profit organization, is seeking applications for a qualified Consultancy Service- Program Video Production for the USAID-funded Vietnam Clean Energy Program (VCEP)
Building Energy Modeling: Priority for Young Architects in Vietnam
Young architects in Vietnam should focus on building energy modeling (BEM) if they don’t want to be behind counterparts in other countries in both Asia and other regions in the world.
Vietnam Builds Energy Efficiency Expertise - Engineers and architects learn new ways to save energy
Energy efficiency in the building sector is becoming a key area of interest in Vietnam, where energy consumption is growing quickly as a result of increasing industrialization and urbanization.
La Thi Kim Ngan: Conserving and Protecting Natural Resources for a Green Growth in the Construction Sector
When Ms. La Thi Kim Ngan studied at the Hanoi Architectural University between 1974 and 1980, she decided to study architecture because the required score for the entrance exam was low.
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For Ms. Vu Thi Vinh, studying construction at the Hanoi University of Civil Engineering in 1964 was an honor. As an excellent student and graduate, she decided to be a lecturer and associate professor at the Hanoi Architectural University’s urban architecture department and thought it would be her lifelong career.
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