Following the introduction to a multi-consortium initiative known as Shift SEA, with a focus on Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam, the panelists will share their national context, progress-to-date and plans for next year.
On the morning of 29th, October, 2018, at the Doan Thi Diem high school, Green School program lauched with the participation of Mr. Antoine Vander Elst, European Union Delegation, Mrs. Nguy Thi Khanh - Director of GreenID, Ms. Nguyen Thi Ha - Green Development Manager with all teachers and over 800 students.
A new LET group of 15 members from villages across the commune, with a special component of 60% of Ede minority groups, has started their journey. There will be many difficulties and challenges but GreenID will be always ready to support for Dang Kang to connect to Cu Pui and other villages in Dak Lak.
Taking advantage of communication in kinds of connection and sharing, GreenID always prioritizes communication as an approach to spread the benefits and usability of renewable energy, using energy savings and efficiency to each Vietnamese households.
Training is never easy, but is a thing that GreenID choose to form and gather green pioneering seeds – the trainers stretching across the country, to multiply the power spreading of sustainable value to the rural, mountainous communities, the regions having difficulties in water, electricity accession.
South Chungcheong, a province home to half of South Korea’s coal power generation, has joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance.