Vena Energy Announces the Commercial Operation of the 42 MW Cole Solar Project in Taiwan

Vena Energy, Asia-Pacific’s leading renewable energy company, announced today the commercial operation of the 42 MW “Cole” Solar Project, it’s first asset in Tainan City and third regional operations and maintenance (O&M) centre in Taiwan. Spanning an area of about 40 hectares and built by a peak workforce of nearly 400 workers, the Cole Solar Project features over 100,000 domestically produced solar panels and can provide clean energy to around 8,913 households yearly, while its generation capacity will be equivalent to reducing approximately 30,790 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, as well as saving more than 43 million litres of water per year, compared to thermal generation.

 “The Cole Solar Project is the result of several years of development, construction, and most importantly, forging strong relationships with the landowners in the local communities, and we are aligned with the Taiwan Government’s energy transition roadmap and will continue to support its goal of achieving net-zero emissions together,” said XS Koo, Head of Vena Energy Taiwan. “This is a collaborative journey, and we will continue to work closely with the local communities, NGOs, and the Chang Jung Christian University to promote sustainable green energy throughout Tainan and Taiwan.”


March 16, 2022

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