Vietnam’s Viglacera significantly reduced its carbon footprint by using green energy


Vietnam Television held a forum on June 27 with the theme of "Net Zero: Green Energy Transformation - An Opportunity for Leaders", emphasizing the country's goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. On the forum, Viglacera Cooperation was named as one of the pioneers in achieving net zero, which is reflected in their green and environmentally friendly building material solutions.

According to the company representative, Viglacera decided to set up a modern production line for autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) with Germen technologies in 2010. The switch from traditional red bricks to unfired materials has contributed to an almost zero carbon footprint.

Moreover, materials throughout the production process are recycled, thus consuming little energy and resources, bringing real benefits in cost and durability to investors as well as customers. In 2023, the company's autoclaved aerated concrete products is certified as green materials under the Singapore Green Labeling Scheme (SGLS) launched by the Singapore Green Council.

For energy-efficient glass solutions, Viglacera offers two eco-friendly products that can save up to 51% on electricity bills, block up to 79% of solar radiation and 99% of ultraviolet (UV) rays.

The company is currently increasing its investment in the ultra-clear float glass plant to meet the growing demand for glass blanks for producing solar glass and energy-saving glass.

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