Van Thinh Bui | Chairman Of Management Board And Chief Executive Officer
EVNTBW Thuan Binh Wind Power Join Stock Company

Van Thinh Bui, Chairman Of Management Board And 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:



Power & Electricity World Vietnam 2019 Day One @ 17:20

Developer Perspectives Panel: Making wind work: Insights from successful wind developers

  • Overview of successful wind projects in Vietnam
  • Overcoming project bottlenecks: What do you need to be aware of?
  • Let’s talk money: What’s the investor appetite for wind projects in Vietnam?
  • Technology selection: Choosing and evaluating your turbines
  • How does the project landscape in Vietnam compare with other surrounding countries?
  • Successful market entry: How do you do it?
last published: 02/Apr/19 01:05 GMT
last published: 02/Apr/19 01:05 GMT

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