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Introduction
Introduction
Infrastructure is the backbone of a country's economic system. Understanding of the significant role of infrastructure for the economic and social development of Vietnam, BITEXCO Group has determined to select infrastructure as another core business.

In the sector of hydroelectricity power, BITEXCO planned a clear road map for its penetration to build up its capability and expertise by participating in projects from small to big scale under from passive to active position. Today BITEXCO's hydro-power portfolio has strongly grown up with 10 hydro-power plants, 7 of which are now under operation. Most of these hydro-power projects are located in provinces of remote areas, poor condition and underdeveloped stand. When completed, these projects will contribute largely to the economic, social and cultural development of these areas.

In the road and highway sector, BITEXCO Group has been promoting the role of private sector in contributing to the development of the country. With its active involvement in infrastructure investments, BITEXCO became the first domestic private corporation which earns the strong support from The World Bank to conduct a pilot expressway project under Public-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme. The Government's enacting of PPP mechanism and the successful implementation of the pilot project will officially open up a new channel of capital raising for infrastructure investment which has never been properly mobilized before – the funding channel from private sector.

Hydro Power Plants

BITEXCO Group currently invested in 11 hydro-power projects with the total output of nearly 700 megawatts (MW). Despite facing many difficulties and challenges during construction phase, BITEXCO's hydro-power projects are always undertaken on schedule.

Currenty, there are 8 projects under operation: Binh Dien, Se San 3A, Eakrong Rou, Ho Ho, Nam Muc, Nho Que 3, Nho Que 2, Dak Mi 4. Among those of BITEXCO independent development, Dak Mi 4 project in the provinde of Quang Nam is the largest, with an output of 208 MW, and is due to be in operation in 2012. This is considered the vital project in the development of the Phuoc Son district, in Quang Nam.

Road and Highway

Currently, BITEXCO Group has 4 major investments in road and highway projects.

Hydro Power Plants

1. Se San 3A Hydro-power project
Location: Lagrai District, Gia Lai Province
Capacity: 108 MW
Annual volume of electricity: 475 million Kwh
Participation of Bitexco Group: 19 percent
Construction period: 2003 - 2007
Completed and operational since March 2007.

2. EaKrông rou Hydro-power project
Location: Khanh Hoa Province
Capacity: 28 MW
Annual volume of electricity: 112 million Kwh
Participation of Bitexco Group: 12 percent
Construction period: 2004 - 2007
Completed and operational since March 2007.

3. Binh Dien Hydro-power project
Location: Huong Tra District, Thua Thien Hue Province
Capacity: 44 MW
Annual volume of electricity: 181 million Kwh
Participation of Bitexco Group: 30 percent
Construction period: 2004 - 2009
Completed and operational since May 2009.

4. Ho Ho Hydro-power project
Location: Quang Binh Province
Capacity: 14 MW
Annual volume of electricity: 55,6 million Kwh
Participation of Bitexco Group: 29.5 percent
Construction period: 2004 - 2010
Completed and operational since March 2010.

5. Nam Muc Hydro-power project
Location: Tuan Giao District, Dien Bien Province
Capacity: 44 W
Annual volume of electricity: 161.4 million Kwh
Participation of Bitexco Group: 23.6 percent
Construction period: 2012 - 2014.

6. Nho Que 1 Hydro-power project
Location: Meo Vac District, Ha Giang Province
Capacity: 32 MW
Annual volume of electricity: 129.2 million Kwh
Participation of Bitexco Group: 29.5 percent
Construction period: 2013 - 2015.

7. Ta Trach Hydro-power project
Location: Huong Thuy District, Thua Thien Hue Province
Capacity: 19.5 MW
Annual volume of electricity: 80,6 million Kwh
Participation of Bitexco Group: 100 percent
Construction period: 2008 - 2013.

8. Nho Que 3 Hydro-power project
Location: Meo Vac District, Ha Giang Province
Capacity: 110 MW
Annual volume of electricity: 487.8 million Kwh
Participation of Bitexco Group: 100 percent
Construction period: 2007 - 2011.

9. Dak Mi 4 Hydro-power project
Location: Phuoc Son, Quang Nam Province
Capacity: 214 MW
Participation of Bitexco Group: 66 percent
Construction period: 2007 – 2011

10. Nho Que 2 Hydro-power project 
Location: Ha Giang Province
Capacity: 48 MW 
Participation of Bitexco Group: 75 percent
Construction period: 2013 – 2015


Road and Highway
The Dau Giay – Phan Thiet Expressway

The expressway is a critical link to national North-South Expressway corridor, connecting with Ho Chi Minh City – Long Thanh – Dau Giay as its beginning point and running to Ba Bau, Binh Thuan on National Highway No 1 as its ending point. The total length is about 100 kilometers. When completed, this project will shorten the distance and reduce travel time from Ho Chi Minh City to the nearby provinces and tourist centers in the central and coastal areas. The project will be in operation in 2014.
The Dau Giay – Phan Thiet expressway is the first pilot project to be executed under the Public – Private Partnership (PPP) mechanism. It is undertaken in accordance with international standards, thus meeting the strict criteria of technical design and environmental, social economics as required by the World Bank and Vietnam government.

B.T Chu Van An Road

This project is a road surrounding the memorial of national hero Chu Van An, located in Thanh Tri District. It is invested in BT form by BITEXCO. In return, BITEXCO is allowed to invest in Urban South Ring Road 3 Project, in Hanoi. The project consists of two roads (Road No.1 is 2.54 kilometers, and Road No.2 of 1.2 kilometers long) and 1 intersection, which is 400 meters long and 16.5 meters wide.

B.T Road connecting Highway

The road connecting highway is located in the town of Van Dien and Thanh Tri District, Hanoi. It consists of one road of 1.55 kilometers long, and one intersection at Phap Van – Cau Gie, which is 314 meters long and 11 meters wide.