Bui Trung Kien, general director of Copper Mountain Energy (CME) called VIR the leading newspaper for the foreign business community in Vietnam, playing an important role in supporting and promoting businesses operating in Vietnam.
|Bui Trung Kien, general director of Copper Mountain Energy (CME) |
CME Solar is an investor and developer in the renewable energy sector. Nationwide, renewable energy is still in the nascent stages of development and therefore, requires support in regulations, infrastructure, technology, and capital.
Besides that, it is crucial to deliver information to enhance awareness in the community related to the benefits of using and applying renewable energy in daily production and business activities.
Thanks to all the amazing news and analytical articles published in Vietnam Investment Review, which provided an in-depth look into the support of the government and Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) including regulations and open mechanisms, new enterprises have found it easier to enter this field.
Especially in the World Climate Summit in April 2021, the president of Vietnam pledged to take drastic action to reduce total greenhouse gas emissions by 9 per cent with domestic resources and reduce up to 27 per cent with international support, which could be increased to 30 per cent by 2045.
VIR has published many articles on renewable energy and clean energy, creating a strong effect on readers. It has been a staunch supporter of sustainable economic growth from a macro perspective and at the same time encouraging the business community to improve the quality of operations and reduce costs by applying environmental protection technology and using clean energy.
With timely and in-depth information to update readers on renewable energy development trends across the world and the practical benefits of developing renewable energy in Vietnam, VIR has become a reliable source of information for enterprises in the field of energy.
Thanks to detailed and timely analysis by VIR, developers such as CME can keep up with global energy trends as well as opportunities and difficulties facing the renewable sector in Vietnam.
CME Solar has been steadily expanding operations, developing renewable energy projects, and bringing value to consumers and the local economy. Along with prestige, expertise, and responsibility for the environment, CME Solar has continuously developed, becoming a strategic partner of foreign-invested enterprises.
Vietnam-Oman Investment Fund (VOI) and CME signed a strategic cooperation agreement in the field of renewable energy with a focus on developing rooftop solar power projects in the commercial and industrial segment for Vietnamese and foreign-invested enterprises. This event also marked the entry of a new foreign investor in the renewable energy field in Vietnam, which further accelerated the scaling up and quality improvement of the renewable energy sector.
VIR has been portraying the impressive development of the Vietnamese economy while the rest of the world was struggling with the COVID 19 pandemic. Vietnam has become an attractive and reliable destination for foreign investment, especially foreign-invested enterprises interested in clean and environmentally friendly projects.
CME Solar understands that taking action for the environment is crucial for its businesses, especially amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, which requires each enterprise to immediately implement cost-saving solutions and increase the use of renewable and clean energy in production and business activities.
CME believes that VIR, as a leading investment newspaper, will continue to play an important role in supporting and promoting businesses to act for the environment and sustainability.
|CME has donated 25,000 medical face masks to the Vietnamese community in South Korea |
|CME is committed to helping stop the spread of COVID-19 by supporting patients and the community during this unprecedented time with personal protective equipment, especially medical masks. |
To help overcome critical shortages, CME has donated 25,000 medical masks to the Vietnamese community in South Korea in collaboration with Hwaseung Vina LLC (HSV), donated 25,000 Mebilook medical masks to hospitals in Japan; through the Oman Embassy in Vietnam gifted 100,000 medical masks to the people of the Kingdom of Oman; presented 15,000 high-grade Mebilook medical masks and 100,000 masks to Danang (in collaboration with Mitani Sangyo Group-Japan); andlaryngoscope kits for frontline doctor at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases.