|Participants join the Việt Nam Solar E-Expo 2020 via online platform. It is the only virtual event platform optimised for connecting Viet Nam’s solar sector. — Photo courtesy of the organiser|
HÀ NỘI — The ongoing Việt Nam Solar E-Expo 2020, an online solar exhibition lasting until November 11, is drawing numerous industry players.
Interested people can register and join the event via the link https://vietnam-solar-e-expo.eventxtra.com/landing. It is the only virtual event platform optimised for connecting Việt Nam’s solar sector.
The expo is held to enrich the exhibition experience and business opportunities for all solar industry players.
Việt Nam Solar E-Expo 2020 provides exhibitors with opportunities of brand promotion, product presentation and one-on-one communication with potential business partners.
During the first week of the event, more than 1,300 people registered to join and visited the virtual booths.
Within the framework of the 30-day event, a 'Live Day' was open during October 27-28, allowing all visitors to connect and communicate with exhibitors one on one through chatbox, audio or video calls.
APAC Solar Energy Digital Event 2020, hosted alongside Việt Nam Solar E-Expo 2020, was held online on September 17-18, focusing on burgeoning solar development in Asia Pacific.
It attracted 30 industry experts and 800 photovoltaic companies who shared and analysed in-depth on the solar energy industry in Southeast Asia. More than 40 per cent of the participants were project developers, investors and independent power producers (IPPs). Two-thirds of attendees were local businesses from the Asia Pacific region.
APAC Solar Energy Digital Event 2020 Việt Nam Chapter was launched on October 20-22. Policymakers and leading enterprises of Việt Nam’s solar market were invited to attend the three-day online seminar to share knowledge on the solar industry such as market forecast, policy analysis, grid upgrade plans, rooftop solar energy and energy reserves.
This online event was joined by more than 230 companies and 330 attendees from 29 countries. More than 40 one-to-one business transaction meetings were held. — VNS