17.09.2021, 07:10

Investors seek out renewable energy projects in Vietnam for portfolio expansion

Investment in renewables is increasing as from offshore and onshore wind to photovoltaic and thermal solar, hydropower, geothermal, and biomass, more and more investors are entering the renewables arena — including oil and gas companies searching for opportunities.

A well known foreign investor and a local group of companies, which is a leading name in sustainable energy investment in Vietnam have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with GBS for seeking to buy standalone green energy projects in the country.

According to the MOU, any projects owner, who has a sustainable energy project of significant scale (Solar farms, Wind farms, Hydropower plants, LNG power plants with minimum 20 MWp) to take forward, and are seeking capital or new investors to transfer entire project can get in touch with GBS – as an authorized partner – for further discussion.

The information about seeking to buy standalone green energy projects in Vietnam has been listed on GBS’s website

GBS is a leading investment consulting firm in Vietnam, specialized in merge and acquisition advisory services.

The company has worked with a variety of developers, organizations and entrepreneurs over the years. Some have chosen to remain involved in their original projects, maintaining a degree of continuity and ownership. Others have sought to free up capital they have invested themselves.

Over the years, GBS has provided M&A consulting services to many renewable energy project owners and local businesses to secure hundred of millions of USD in fund raising, that will help them scale up the business operation and tap into new markets.

Related: World Economic Magazine reveals Best M&A Advisor Vietnam 2021

So if you have any related project to take forward, contact GBS‘s experts for clean energy can be reachable via email: cleanenergy@gbs.com.vn or Phone and WhatsApp Business at + 84902964511

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