A training course on energy efficiency was hosted on April 13, by the Ho Chi Minh City’s Center of Energy Efficiency in conjunction with the Francophonie Technology Group in the framework cooperation between the city and the Francophonie Organization.
The course is expected to provide necessary knowledge of how to save energy for over 100 public servants in the city.
The training program hopes to equip learners with practical skills to save electricity and to enhance cost efficiency in the workplace.
The organizing board hopes to run many more classes for a wider range of people after this course. In addition, there will be a survey on applying knowledge in practice so that methods of power saving could soon be devised.
The training courses, costing around EUR89,000 in total, are funded by the Francophonie, an international organization of French-speaking countries.