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Vingroup, Mitsubishi agree to partner on UCO recycling, renewable energy


Vingroup and Mitsubishi Corp. have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for comprehensive strategic cooperation.

 


The partnership focuses on five key areas: urban development, data-center development, renewable energy, used cooking oil recycling, and the automotive industry.

 


Through this collaboration, both parties aim to achieve new milestones in business operations in Vietnam and internationally.

 


In the field of urban development, Mitsubishi will make large-scale investments in Vinhomes to develop world-class smart-city projects in Vietnam.

 


This collaboration will enhance the quality of real estate offerings.

 


The two sides will also collaborate on developing interior-design platforms and applying digital technologies to improve the management of real-estate projects.

 


In addition, a focus will be placed on using green materials to achieve net-zero emissions, thereby reducing carbon emissions nationwide.

 


In the field of data-center business, the two parties will conduct a feasibility study to establish a joint venture for data-center operations in Vietnam.

 


This initiative aims to provide critical digital infrastructure for Vietnamese society, contributing to Vietnam’s digital transformation and social development.

 


Regarding renewable energy, the two sides will conduct a feasibility study on implementing wind-power projects in Vietnam.

 


These projects aim to supply clean and reliable energy to urban-development projects developed by Vinhomes.

 


Regarding used cooking oil recycling, Mitsubishi will establish a working group to collect used cooking oil from Vinhomes and Vinpearl projects, recycling it into biofuel to protect the environment.

 


Additionally, they will promote community activities to foster a green lifestyle in urban areas.

 


In the automotive industry, Mitsubishi will explore providing after-sales services for VinFast in international markets, thereby enhancing the competitiveness of the VinFast electric-car brand.

 


Leveraging their extensive experience in Japan, Vietnam and the global market, the collaboration between Mitsubishi and Vingroup, through the establishment of working groups, will execute the MOU’s objectives.

 


This partnership aims to bring international-standard products and services to the market, advancing sustainable development. 

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