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Technical consultant

MICT Energy provides technical consulting services for renewable energy projects. Our services cover the entire lifecycle of a renewable energy project from development stage to COD.

In fact, more and more renewable energy projects are being installed in Vietnam, as project management is also becoming more and more important and challenging. This work requires more specialized knowledge and technical resources – which may be beyond the capabilities of the Owners. Therefore, the technical consultancy service provided by MICT Energy plays a very important role to ensure smooth and safe project development. And in case of disagreement between the Project Owners and the General Contractors (if any), the technical evaluation by independent third-party engineers provided by MICT Energy will be more objective.

What we provide?

- Project consultancy: GHelping customers with project development orientation and supporting all procedures related to investment projects. After completing the licensing procedure for the project, MICT Energy will continue to guide the project implementation tasks.
- Feasibility consultancy: Helping customers calculate the feasibility of renewable energy projects in the early stages of implementation, including technical, construction, and economic feasibility, etc.
- Planning, investment reports consultancy: Helping customers to draft and finalize documents for additional planning, and project investment reports so that customers can complete the necessary legal documents before project construction.
- Technical design consultancy: Supporting customers with design surveys, design construction drawings, etc. for power projects with a capacity of less than 30MW.

What will you get?

- Professional technical consulting service.
- Saving time and effort for customers.
- Fairness in supervision and design consultancy work.
- Controlling and minimizing risks in the initial survey phase.