Our Partners

Technical Partners

GreenViet is one leading Green Building Consultant in Vietnam. We provide various services related to green building such as LEED & LOTUS certification, fundamental & enhanced commissioning, energy efficiency and audit.

With over 30 years of combined experience in construction and property industry plus 20 years in green building sector, GreenViet senior leaders bring their combined skill set to their projects and clients. The senior team has extensive experience across all aspects of the construction and green building industry with backgrounds from architecture, construction, mechanical & electrical LEED AP & LOTUS AP.

For more information, please visit: http://www.greenviet.net

The Energy Conservation Center of Ho Chi Minh City, ECC HCMC is an agency under the Department of Science & Technologies of Ho Chi Minh City established under Decision No. 51/2002/QĐ-UB dated May 10, 2002 by the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh.
ECC HCMC has become one of the leading organizations in energy efficiency and renewable energy all over the country for over 11 years of operation.
ECC business lines:

Consultancy Services
Consultancy to Public sector
Energy Audit
Establishment of energy management system - ISO 50001
Technology transfer
Feasibility study
Public communication to increase public awareness
Consultancy Investment
ESCO projects
Renewable energy
Energy efficiency solutions
Training courses on energy audit and energy Management system
Design of Green building, BIM and Project management

For more information, please visit: http://ecc-hcm.gov.vn/

Autodesk Sustainability Workshop is a free online knowledge base that teaches the principles and practice of sustainability in engineering, architecture, and design. Short, engaging videos and articles teaching the fundamentals of sustainable design are paired with case studies and tutorials that illustrate how to put complex concepts into practice with Autodesk’s tools.

Since launching in 2010, the Sustainability Workshop has received more than 1.3 million visits, and hundreds of educators and academic institutions worldwide have integrated the materials into their classes.

For more information, please visit: http://sustainabilityworkshop.autodesk.com/

The Department of Energy Management and Conservation is a unit of the Hanoi Electric Power University. It exists to carry out academic training and research on developing sustainable energy, reducing energy costs, and promoting maximum energy-efficiency. Its main functions include:
- Serve as the major provider of undergraduate and graduate-level instruction in energy conservation and energy efficiency.
- Assist the university’s other departments in education efforts in managing energy
- Carry out energy efficiency-related projects
- Provide energy consultancy for both industrial and commercial usage
- Offer short training courses on energy management
- Provide energy audit service

For more information, please visit: http://epu.edu.vn/qlnl

MEET-BIS Vietnam means Mainstreaming Energy Efficiency through Business Innovation Support – Vietnam.

MEET-BIS project stimulates energy efficiency and water conservation in Vietnam using an innovative, private sector based approach. The ‘MEET-BIS’ programme aims to change this situation. The project is providing urban SMEs in Vietnam with sustainable and affordable access to water and energy efficiency technologies – improving the companies efficiency and bottom line as well as benefitting the environment and public health. MEET-BIS does this by building capacity among suppliers and installers in the Vietnamese market. Building on tested, pragmatic approaches, the project partners are developing sustainable supply chains that make innovative technologies and technical know-how available for SMEs.

For more information, please visit: http://meet-bis.vn/


Communications Partners

Homeclick.vn is a social network specifically designed for architects, engineers, designers and investors whose goal is to become the top social network site dedicated to the field of architecture and construction in Vietnam.
With the slogan "Share to get more", we create an ecosystem to help connect the community, share knowledge, professional experiences and contribute to the aesthetic orientation of society in the field of design and construction of buildings.

For more information, please visit: http://homeclick.vn/

AsiaGreenBuildings.com is an online platform and knowledge hub focusing on the green building industry in Asia. It encompasses news, exclusive interviews with industry experts, market reports, experts' articles, white papers, business directories, events and job listings, and more. The website is currently ranked as number 1 on Google search engine with readership reaching thousands of monthly unique visitors comprising architects, developers, specifiers, contractors, government officials, construction materials manufacturers, academics, influencers and buyers in the green building industry.

For more information, please visit: http://www.asiagreenbuildings.com/

VTC14 is a specialized television channel for Natural Disaster Prevention and Mitigation. This state channel is to serve the public good and reflect social affairs. It is one of the 10 television channels appointed by the government to function asa national public good. VTC14 is operated based on an advanced system of digital equipment and media technologies to ensurethe highest quality for itsservice.

VTC14 is also one of the best media producers with its experienced reporters, editors, directors, cameramen, technicians and producers, particularly in the field of energy efficiency and sustainable development. VTC14 has produced the documentary series of Comfortable Living Space for 5 years, featuring architectural techniques and solutions that are suitable for the Vietnamese tropical climate.

For more information, please visit: http://vtc14.vn/

Founded since 1948, the Vietnam Association of Architects (VAA) is the national professional association of architects with more than 4100 active members. The association serves as the united voice for architecture and its practice in Vietnam. VAA seeks to build awareness and appreciation of the contribution of architecture to the physical and cultural well-beings of the Vietnamese.

Kienviet.net is an website acting as a channel of communication between the community of professional architects, students, administrative and members of the VAA.

For more information, please visit: http://kienviet.net/