This session starts now at 10:45 instead of 10:30h which was the original planned time
This session is a joint cooperation between Netherlands Water Partnership (NWP) and Royal HaskoningDHV (RHDHV) and presents the preliminary results of a Southeast Asia Water Technology Study (RHDHV).
Water is, like in the rest of the world a hot topic for governments, private sectors and consumers in Southeast Asia. However, information on specific technology demands, needs and trends of the water technology market differ considerably per country. Royal HaskoningDHV has conducted a study for RVO on the opportunities and challenges for the Dutch water technology sector and demand of the water technology market in Southeast Asian countries: Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia. The goal is to find matches between the Dutch supply side and the Southeast Asian demand side. The preliminary results of this study will be shared with participants during this session, followed by a Q&A.
- Welcome Water Track Leader Bianca Nijhof (5 mins)
- Overview of RHDHV Southeast Asia Water Technology Study - general background, methodology, scope + Netherlands water technology expertise/experience (supply side) (Lennart Silvis, Global Director Water for Industry) (10 mins)
- Preliminary results and Highlights from participating countries of the RHDHV Southeast Asia Watertech Study (demand side) by RHDHV Marco Piët, Director Water Indonesie & The Phillipines) (15 mins)
- Q&A and wrap-up (15 mins)
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