Vena Energy Announces the 72MW Tolo Wind Project Achieving Commercial Operation Status in Indonesia
[Jakarta, Indonesia] Vena Energy, a leading Independent Power Producer (IPP) of renewable energy in the Asia-Pacific region, announced today that the 72-megawatt “Tolo 1” Wind Project has achieved full commercial operation. The project consists of 20 wind turbines, with each tower measuring 133-metres in height equipped with 64-metre blades, nestled in the Jeneponto Regency of South Sulawesi in Indonesia.
The Tolo 1 Wind Project began construction in June 2017 and at its peak had a workforce of more than 900 workers, many of whom were local Indonesians from the nearby communities. The Tolo 1 Wind Project is expected to deliver more than 268,300MWh of renewable energy annually, capable of supplying electricity to around 326,302 households, while reducing approximately 454,834-tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per year and saving an estimated 529,928,184-litres of water annually.
14 May, 2019