Vena Energy Welcomes Dignitaries at Mingus Solar Project

Vena Energy welcomed the dignitaries from the Taiwan government, the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) and members of the media at the 70.2 MW Mingus Solar Project, Taiwan’s largest private ground-based solar project, located in Chiayi County. Adhering to ESG principles and Vena Energy’s Green Financing Framework, the award-winning Mingus Solar Project is unique in Taiwan, as it harmonizes solar energy development with environmental and biodiversity conservation.

Women Empowerment Programme in Jeneponto, Indonesia

We’ve recently completed a entrepreneurship training programme for the the women from the host community of our 72MW Tolo Wind Project in Jeneponto, Indonesia. The programme was established to support the villagers through training on processing local agricultural produce, and providing the villagers with additional income channels and economic value.

Donation of surgical masks to our host communities in Japan

Between 22 to 28 May Vena Energy Japan and Nippon Wind Energy (NWE) donated a total of 12,000 surgical masks to its wind project host communities in Aomori, Fukui , Tottori, Kagoshima, Kumamoto and Shimane.
These surgical masks will assist the communities that may face shortage of surgical masks and other essentials.

Distribution of rice to the communities of Talim Island in the Philippines

Previous Next Back to Our Communities Distribution of rice to the communities of Talim Island in the Philippines Since March 2020, the island of Luzon in the Philippines has been placed under enhanced quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With businesses and public transportation curtailed, many of the locals experience difficulties in securing food supplies […]

Providing food and other essentials to the elderly in Singapore

Today we partnered with Willing Hearts, an NGO wholly run by volunteers, who operates a soup kitchen that prepares, cooks, and distributes daily meals to beneficiaries including the elderly, the disabled, low-income families, children from single-parent families, and migrant workers.

Supporting those in need through the Singapore Red Cross

On 13 May, we made a donation to the Singapore Red Cross to support their continued efforts in providing assistance to the elderly, migrant workers, the disabled and the brave men and women at the front-lines of this difficult time.