Awarding Campaign Medal of Career on Developing Vietnam’s Power Sector to 2 senior specialists from World Bank

Vietnam Electricity organized a Ceremony for Awarding Campaign medal of Career on Developing Vietnam’s Power Sector for Mr. Franz Gerner - Energy Sector Specialist and Mr. Van Tien Hung - Senior Energy Specialist of World Bank (WB) on 21st May 2019 in Hanoi.

General Director of EVN Tran Dinh Nhan (middle) awarding flowers and Campaign Medal to senior specialists  of WB

At the ceremony, Deputy General Director of EVN Dinh Quang Tri was pleased to share with two specialists about the achievements gained by EVN thanks to the companion by the World Bank over many years.

Particularly, the total value of loans from the WB for power projects has been increasing with expanded scale and support fields. By this capital source, EVN has effectively implemented many projects on power source and grid, making a significant contribution to promote economic development, poverty reduction, as well as agricultural and rural development in Vietnam.

In that process, Mr. Franz Gerner and Mr. Van Tien Hung, as senior energy specialists of the World Bank, have directly made great contribution to the Power sector in general and Vietnam Electricity in particular. Campaign Medals of “Career on Developing Vietnamese Power Sector” were awarded to recognize the contributions and efforts made by two specialists in the process of building up and developing Vietnam’s Power Sector.

Mr. Franz Gerner and Mr. Van Tien Hung expressed their honour and respectful thanks to the Group. The specialists said that they were very pleased with the achievements made by EVN, as well as the profound partnership between EVN and WB over the past time.

Congratulating on this occasion, Mr. Ousmane Dione - Director of the World Bank in Vietnam said: “The WB is going to continue its support to Vietnam’s Power Sector and EVN. We guarantee the cooperation between WB and EVN to get successful and continue to be enhanced to new heights.”

  • 21/05/2019 02:56