A photo exhibition «Cooperation between Russia and Vietnam in the Hydropower Industry», organized by the regional representative office of Power machines, opened at the Russian Center of Science and Culture (RCSC) in Hanoi.
The event was the first one as part of the Russia-Vietnam bilateral year dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the countries.
The display is represented by both archival and contemporary photographs, showing the construction stages of Vietnamese hydro-power plants, as well as everyday life of hydropower engineers. Materials for the exhibition were provided by hydro-power plants, a Vietnam news agency, Vietnam Electricity, and Power machines.
Honorary guests at the exhibition’s opening were Vadim Bublik, Minister-Counselor of the Russian Embassy in Vietnam, Vyacheslav Kharinov, Trade Representative of Russia in Vietnam, Natalia Shafinskaya, Director of the Russian Center of Science and Culture in Hanoi, Phan Minh Tuan, Representative of the Vietnam Electricity State Energy Company, Director of International Relations, and Deputy Director of Hydropower Joint Stock Company Chi An - Nguyen Zoy.
For the Russian company Power Machines, Vietnam holds a special place among the countries of Southeast Asia in terms of the number of completed hydropower projects. With the participation of the Leningradsky Metallichesky Zavod and «Electrosila», which are part of Power machines, Thak-Ba HPP, Hoa Binh HPP, and Chian HPP were built. Since the 2000s, “Power machines” took part in the construction of the Ialy, Khan Don, Se San-3, and Playkrong hydropower plants.
Today, some promising areas of activity of Power
Machines in Vietnam include modernization of existing facilities and
construction of new generation facilities.