Ngo Xuan Hung has more than 5 years of experience coordinating for challenging architecture and planning projects such as the technically sophisticated Vinh Phuc Theatre Complex, the flagship Green One UN House, and the expansive Gia Nghia Urban Masterplan. From his experience, Hung has familiarized himself with green building rating tools in particular and green building practices in general. Hung works as the Project Manager.
Tran Binh Minh is a project developer for the Fairventures Worldwide gGmbH– a German non-profit organization engaged in development cooperation. Working to develop and raise funds for projects promoting sustainable building practices in developing countries, Minh’s current role is E4G’s technical manager. She holds a bachelor degree in civil engineering from University of Civil Engineering in Vietnam, a Master of Engineer in International Project Management from Stuttgart University of Applied Science, Germany, and MBA from Liverpool John Moores University, the UK. Her main field of interest and research is finding solutions to remove market barriers for energy efficient practices in buildings in developing countries.
With 8 years of experience in architecture, urban design and project management from concept stage to technical design and construction drawings design for many projects in Vietnam, especially, Tuan Anh has a keen interest in the field of green design, energy efficient and environment-friendly projects.
Tuan Anh graduated from the Department of Architecture & Urban, National University of Civil Engineering, and successfully completed the project management course of NUCE and University of Cincinnati (USA). He also finished programs on Economic Empowerment with wide range of topics about innovation, PPP, sustainable, etc. of the US Department of State Hosted by CPS, Porland State University (USA).
With background in energy engineering, Phuong Tran is working hard to achieve the career goal of being a professional energy consultant. In parallel with Phuong's main role as E4G's Project Engineer which involves writing case-studies about energy-efficient buildings, she is also working as a communication officer - managing all contact points of the organization, including: E4G's experts network, media journalists and other professionals in energy efficiency and green buildings.
After graduating from National University of Civil Engineering, Hoang Vu started to work at E4G project as a translation intern. At the moment, Vu's current role is E4G's Technical Writer . Apart from writing case studies and in-depth articles related to energy efficiency and green buildings, Vu is also managing the content for E4G's website and other social networks site of the organization.