Vena Energy Announces the Commercial Operation of 35-Megawatt Ono Solar Project in Japan

Vena Energy announced today the commercial operation of its 35-megawatt “Ono” Solar Project in the Fukushima Prefecture in Japan. Operated by the Fukushima branch office of Nippon Renewable Energy Operations (NREO)—a subsidiary of Vena Energy—the Ono Solar Project features 87,000 photovoltaic modules that produces up to 37,441 MWh annually, capable of supplying up to 7,098 Japanese households with renewable energy per year(1). Compared to conventional thermal generation, the Ono Solar Project will also reduce up to 22,283 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, while saving approximately 35,000,000 litres of water(2).

Read More
  • All
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020

Vena Energy Announces the Commercial Operation of 35-Megawatt Ono Solar Project in Japan

Vena Energy Announces Triple Win at The Asset Triple A Infrastructure Awards 2020

Vena Energy Announces the Construction of Japan’s Tallest Wind Turbines at the Groundbreaking Ceremony in Aomori Prefecture

Vena Energy Announces the Commercial Operation of 41-Megawatt Hitachiomiya Solar Project in Japan

Vena Energy Announces Inaugural USD325m Green Bond Issuance

Vena Energy Donates Over AU$60,000 to Support Humanitarian Efforts in Australia

Vena Energy Australia to power up Queensland’s biggest battery

Vena Energy Releases Green Financing Framework Ratings

Vena Energy Announces 18-Megawatt Towada Solar Project Achieving Commercial Operation

Advisory: Vena Energy Cautions Jobseekers of Persons Posing as Employees or Representatives Offering Jobs Prospects

First in Asia: Vena Energy Receives TÜV Rheinland IEC 62446-1 Certification for 70.2 MW Mingus Solar Project in Taiwan

Vena Energy Awarded the Highest Rating by the Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR) for its Green Finance Framework

Tailem Bend Approved for Self-forecast Generation by the Australian Energy Market Operator

Vena Energy Announces 70.2-megawatt Mingus Solar Project Reaching Commercial Operation

Vena Energy Announces the Commercial Operation of 21MW Minut Solar Project – The Largest Ground-Mounted Solar Project in Indonesia

Vena Energy Appoints Ari Soerono as Country Head Of Indonesia

Vena Energy Honoured Amongst Top 100 Asia’s Best Employer Brands in Asia

Vena Energy Receives World Developer Excellence of the Year Award at the 5th Annual Global Solar + Energy Storage 2019 Event and Award Ceremony

Vena Energy Wins Renewable Energy Deal of the Year

Vena Energy Powers Up Tailem Bend Solar Project

Vena Energy Announces the 72MW Tolo Wind Project Achieving Commercial Operation Status in Indonesia

Vena Energy Announces 21MW Lombok Solar Project Achieving Commercial Operation in Indonesia

Vena Energy Proud to be a Founding Member of the Business Renewables Centre – Australia

Vena Energy Nears Completion of 72 MW First Phase of Tolo Wind Farm, Ready to Begin Construction on 72 MW Second Phase

Vena Energy Commissions 41 MW Solar Power Plant in Tochigi, Japan

Equis Energy Announces Corporate Name Change to Vena Energy

Equis Energy Commissions 135 MWp Solar Project in Karnataka, India

Equis Energy Appoints Nitin Apte as Chief Executive Officer

Equis Energy Achieves Financial Close on $200M Tailem Bend Solar Project

Equis and Gip Announce Closing of USD$5.0 Billion Acquisition of Equis Energy

Equis Commissions Additional 5 MW of Solar Projects in Taiwan

Equis Promotes Taipei-based Sung Woo Yang to Partner

Equis Commissions Taiwan’s Largest Ground-mounted Solar Project

Equis Commissions 47.5 MW of Solar Projects in Aomori Prefecture, Japan

Global Infrastructure Partners Acquires Equis Energy for USD5.0 Billion in Record Renewable Energy Generation Acquisition

Equis Commissions 13.8 MW Solar Project in Aomori Prefecture, Japan

Equis Signs 20‐year PPA for Taiwan Solar Project

Equis Contracts with Bouygues to Build Solar Asset in Japan

Equis Wins Public Tender to Develop Taiwan’s Largest Solar Project

Equis and PT PIN (Persero) Sign PPAS for Indonesia Solar Projects Totaling 42 MW