Van Thinh Bui | Chairman of Management Board & Chief Executive Officer
EVNTBW Thuan Binh Wind Power Join Stock Company | Vietnam

Van Thinh Bui, Chairman of Management Board & Chief Executive Officer, EVNTBW Thuan Binh Wind Power Join Stock Company

Education: 

  • Graduated at Hanoi University of Science & Technology (HUSTVietnam) in 1987, degree: Mechanical Engineer;
  • Graduated at Asian Institute of Technology (AIT - Thailand) in 2004, degree: Master of Construction Engineering and Management;
  • Several local and overseas training courses.

Foreign Language:English

Working Records:
  • From 2015 to the present: Chairman & CEO at Thuan Binh Wind Power Joint Stock Company (TBW); Chairman of Binh Thuan Wind Energy Association (BTWEA)
  • From 2009 to 2015: CEO at Thuan Binh Wind Power Joint Stock Company (TBW); Vice Chairman of Binh Thuan Wind Energy Association (BTWEA)
  • From 2004 to 2008: Manager of Project Department for Thac mo Hydropower Station Extension Project
  • From 2002 to 2004: Study at Asian Institute of Technology (AIT - Thailand)
  • From 1995 to 2002: Deputy Manager of Technical Department for PMU of Ham thuan - Da mi and Dai ninh Hydropower Projects (PMU6)
  • From 1992 to 1995: Team Leader of Hydromechanical Group for Thac mo Hydropower Project
  • From 1988 to 1992: Technical Supervisor for Tri an Hydropower Project

Main reason for working in the wind energy sector: To love the nature, to love the environment.

Appearances:



Day Two - Power VN @ 09:00

Panel Discussion: Developing bankable renewable energy projects & streamlining project finance

  • Addressing issues in bankability
  • Are there financial instruments and structures preferred by developers and lenders
  • Can financing models be standardised or replicated to simply processes and decrease turnaround times?

Day Two - Power VN @ 15:20

Wind farm monitoring, control and optimisation

  • Analysing current performance and identify areas of frequent faults
  • Quantifying discrepancies between actual and forecast energy performance
  • Minimising uncertainty in long-term forecast

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