72MW Tolo | Indonesia
127MW Tailem-Bend | Australia
17.9MW Sannan | Japan
54MW Pililla | Philippines
10.2MW Nas | Thailand
70.2MW Mingus | Taiwan
108MW Fatanpur | India
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Asia-Pacific's Leading Independent Power Producer (IPP)

Vena Energy is a Singapore-based Independent Power Producer (IPP), which develops, constructs, owns and operates solar photovoltaic (PV) power generation, wind power generation and energy storage projects in the Asia-Pacific region. Vena Energy is present in nine jurisdictions, with eighteen offices across Australia, India, Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. Established in 2012, Vena Energy’s asset base has since rapidly grown into one of the largest and most geographically diversified portfolios across Asia-Pacific.

Featured Projects

Hitachiomiya

Hitachiomiya Solar Project

Ibaraki Prefecture
41-megawatts

Consisting of 121,980 photovoltaic modules spanning an area of 41.23 hectares, the Hitachiomiya Solar Project is our 23rd renewable project in Japan, which brings our total operational capacity to 414 megawatts.

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Towada Solar Project

Aomori Prefecture
18-megawatt

The 18-megawatt Towada Solar Project is Vena Energy’s 10th solar project in the Aomori Prefecture, and was completed in November 2019. Capable of producing up to 19,704-megawatt hours annually, the Towada Solar Project features 46,424 photovoltaic modules of 395-watt peak (Wp) each, covering an area of 28.53-hectares.

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Mingus Solar Project

Chiayi County, Taiwan
70-megawatts

The Mingus Solar Project is the largest ground mount utility scale solar project in Taiwan, consisting of 200,000 photovoltaic modules that span an area approximately 80-hectres. Nestled in salt plains of Chiayi County in Taiwan, the project is capable of producing over 90-gigawatt hours (GWh) of renewable energy annually.

Our Commitments

Sustainability is at the heart of all that we do at Vena Energy. Inspired by our Latin namesake, Vena Energy aims to become the vessel that accelerates the transition to renewable energy in the Asia-Pacific region. We are committed to generating solar energy and wind energy that empowers and enriches local economies and communities.

VENA ENERGY BY THE NUMBERS

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Clean electricity generated annually from renewable sources1
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Total solar and wind energy portfolio capacity2
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Operational, construction and shovel-ready assets
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Operational and site offices in nine jurisdictions in the Asia-Pacific region

Environmental Impact Metrics in 2019

2,630,721

Households
Powered3

3,072,801

Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions in Tonnes4

3,739

Water Saved
in Megalitres5

663,672

Equivalent Cars Removed
from the Road6

51,213,349

Equivalent Trees
Planted7

Notes

  1. In 2019 the actual energy generation arising from operational assets was 2.6 TWh, whereas the estimated energy generation arising from construction & shovel-ready assets was 1.4 TWh
  2. Includes assets in operation, construction, and shovel-ready (OCSR) stages, and assets in various stages of development.
  3. Households Powered is based on annual household electricity consumption of each operating country derived from Residential Electricity Consumption data obtained from the International Energy Agency (2017), and the number of households data from the United Nations and Taiwan Statistical Bureau (2019)
  4. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Reduction is based on thermal plant generation and emissions obtained from Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
  5. Water Saved is based on water usage factors of solar, wind and coal-based power plants obtained from National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
  6. Equivalent Cars Removed from the Road is based on annual GHG emissions of passenger vehicles obtained from the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
  7. Equivalent Trees Planted is based on the amount of GHG sequestered by a medium growth coniferous or deciduous tree, planted in an urban setting and allowed to grow for 10 years, data obtained from the United States Environmental Protection Agency website.